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New Crimson Trace Laserguard for LCP!

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by Kansas Slim, May 29, 2011.

  1. Kansas Slim

    Kansas Slim Oxymoron Man

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    Hi ya'll. I just wanted to share my new purchase with you good folks here on GlockTalk. I, probably like many other folks, took good advantage of the first ever Crimson Trace rebate and bought a brand-new LG-431 for my excellent Ruger LCP. I just can't tell you how much I love this pistol, and with Speer's excellent 90gr Gold Dot I do not feel undergunned if it's the only gun I can carry on a rare occasion. Well enjoy the pics.

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    And this final picture is where I hope to take it someday. I want the slide, barrel, and pins NP3+'d, and Robar to do their famous stippling on the grip. By the way, this pic is from the Robar website itself, just so you know.

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    Does anyone have any opinions on their NP3+ treatment? I've only heard good things, but I'd like to hear both sides of every story.
     
    Last edited: May 29, 2011
  2. XDfense

    XDfense

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    I've got the exact same setup but I use the pinky extension. I also went to tractiongrips and purchased a set of the rubber stick-on grips. I purchased a set for about $6 shipped and they have stayed on extremely well and I've carried it daily for about 4 months now (maybe more). It makes a great improvement for gripability.

    http://www.tractiongrips.com/catalog/i15.html
     


  3. Kansas Slim

    Kansas Slim Oxymoron Man

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    Jan 21, 2011
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    Those look great! Thanks for the post. I am going to have to seriously think about getting those. I like that the material is rubber too, instead of that skateboard tape stuff.