Crimson Trace for southpaws....

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by pacountryboy, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. pacountryboy

    pacountryboy

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    Hey all, quick question for everyone. In the title, I am indeed wrong handed. I was interested in purchasing a Crimson Trace laser for my 23 and 27. With the laser on the pistol, would the laser take any damage or would there be any discomfort while carrying with the laser rubbing the holster? Thanks for all your replies in advance.

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  2. David Armstrong

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    Given traditional holster design, I don't see how it would be a problem. For some of the new security holsters, I just don't know.
     

  3. AaronZR2

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    Perhaps look into getting a LaserGuard instead of the grips?
     
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    No your not...everybody else is!
     
  5. USSOCOM

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    Works great for my 27 and 26.
     
  6. Motor-T

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    My only problem with the CT laser grips is that the laser is blocked by my thumbs. I would try one out with your reular grip to see if it works for you before plunking down the cash.