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Looking for inexpensive laser for my G19 for Dryfire practice

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by ncglock19, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. ncglock19

    ncglock19

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    Jan 6, 2010
    Apex, NC
    I'm looking for an inexpensive laser to attach to the rails or front of my Gen3 G19 so I can see where I'm aiming when I practice my draw and shooting from retention during dry fire practice. If anyone knows of something that will work (I'd like to just keep it on during training so I don't have to sqeeze to activate) I would appreciate it.

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  2. I think is Cheaper Than Dirt or Sportsmansguide who sale a knock off replica of the lasermax low profile rail laser for about $40. Is a NcStar brand. I got one for the same purpose you described. I would not recomended for SD thought. The laser does not hold zero after first shot and it just keeps moving and moving after avery consecutive shot. The way I patched that problem, was to opened and filled every gap with automotive gasket silicon, then put it back together and adjusted for 25yds. Now it hold zero, but is not adjustable anymore. I can use it on my AK47, because I have an adjustable picatiny rail on it, so I interchange it between those two.