Thank you, you just gave me another reason why I spend so much time on this site. My eyes aren't what they used to be and for the last year I've been self debating why and what can help. I just decided on a CT for at least my house gun and carry gun. Your comment concerning blocking the laser with my safety finger has changed my mind. I guess I'll keep looking and researching maybe a light laser surefire under the barrel.Dont like them. I dont like where the laser emits from. If you keep your finger off the trigger until you fire it blocks the laser. If you need them for point shooting i would suggest just doing more point shooting without a laser so you don't require an electronic crutch that may not work when you need it most.
Bull$#!t flag thrown! I've been shooting lasers on MANY MANY guns for years. NEVER had your problem. You must be buying crap.I had them on two of my guns and after about 10 rounds they start to fade and you can't see the beam as bright. your finger and the end of the slide stop that goes through the frame will block the beam some as well. Over priced and the quality really isn't there.
What's the scoop on not blocking the laser with your finger? Is it as simple as not putting your off-the-trigger finger too high up?The one on my wife's gun still has the same battery as when new 4 years ago and is as bright as ever, never fades. Sometimes a finger gets in the way for someone not familiar with them but once you know it's there it's never an issue. I don't see how it could fade after shooting a few rounds seems rather odd to me. Maybe it's your eyes? Only fade I've ever seen is if it's bright outside, then it can be pretty hard to see at distance (more than a few yards).
Bull$#!t flag thrown! I've been shooting lasers on MANY MANY guns for years. NEVER has your problem. You must be buying crap.