Very interesting. How do you like the LaserMax? Is it reliable
When used properly this is a non-issue. The laser is not for waving around pointlessly it's there to to confirm POI when you're ready to pull the trigger. What I see here is strictly a training issue. Perhaps if you took a class in night combat that included lasers and passed along what you learned CT sales would go up at your shop.I have had the opportunity to show several customers the Crimson Trace laser sights found on the Kimber. I found that while showing them, I had a tendency to block the path of the laser with my trigger finger as I rested it on the frame of the gun. This is the normal position, for me, when I am holding the pistol but not ready to fire.
Well Being an infantry soldier currently in Iraq i dont have a strong opinion on lasers. Maybe its because we have them on our M4's, but im not a fan. They constantly have to be re-zeroed and stuff and from what I have seen it makes people not practice the fundamentals that are required with shooting thus causing them not being able to hit SH*T when the laser doesnt work because of the bad habits they have. but then again its just my 2 cents.Ask the soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan if they think lasers aren't worth anything.
I have 3 sets of Crimson Trace. Two of them, I didn't have to adjust the aimpoint. The one set that needed adjustment was easily done in less than 5 shots.
Hello Guys,If it's show and tell time, here's my Pro CDP with CT grips, and adj Novak night sights.
Crimson Trace grips are the shizz, but I wouldn't buy 'em from Kimber. Do some searching around, like on the gun auction sites or even Ebay. You can certainly beat that $369 price! I bought one set on Ebay for ~$260, and another set from a private seller for $155.Hello Guys,
I am new to the forum today. I bought my PT 1911 last February Cause of the price $499 at a local sporting goods store.... My question is I'm looking to buy either a internal Laser or Grip laser.. For the grip laser I'm look at http://www.kimberamerica.com/shop/product.php?xProd=143&xSec=18 which says that there will need to be modifications to right hand side of ambidextrous safety. The Question is does anyone know what would need done and if these grips are worth the money or just to say forget it and not worry about either of the two types of lasers and just buy some rosewood grips and call it a day. Cause the internal seems to be only one company making that type of laser. If I am wrong can someone point me into the right direction.