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I have the same gun carry as a spare. My wife seldom carries hers when we go together around town, the 637 with Crimson tags along as a spare. Actually had a situation late one night where my bro in law and his wife were visiting from out of state and we were sight seeing after dark. A group rolled up and it looked like a robbery was going to happen. I handed him the spare 637 only to have him said, thanks, I have my 9 (9mm).
Love them on the 642 and 340, never had a laser activation issue, but they’re the larger LG305’s. Mine came with the smaller LG405’s, but I gave them to a friend because they were too small for me, never had them long enough to evaluate the laser activation.How do you guy like your CT's?
My background is law enforcement and military. I never cared for lasers, a good way to get shot when you light one up. Now retired and not searching buildings, I like them a lot. For new shooters they make all the difference on 2 inch J frame guns. I have been CCW instructor for over 25 years and find that short revolvers are just hard for new people to shoot, especially with one hand hold. Remember most defensive shooting are at night, and many involve only one hand, you have a phone, a dog, a flashlight or a kid in the offhand, so one hand shooting is a critical skill. With the laser, they all see the wobble factor and can move the point of aim where it needs to be. So, for every new shooter, I highly recommend them. I also have one on a 1911-22 that I use to shoot varmints at night, snakes and skunks mostly. The laser makes it easy.Love them on the 642 and 340, never had a laser activation issue, but they’re the larger LG305’s. Mine came with the smaller LG405’s, but I gave them to a friend because they were too small for me, never had them long enough to evaluate the laser activation.