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Crimson trace or Lasermax?

Discussion in 'The Snubbie Club' started by macsimizer26, May 23, 2011.

  1. macsimizer26

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    Crimson trace or lasermax for a S&W 442? much difference between the two? reliability? durability? carry issues?
     
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    Crimson Trace for sure.
     

  3. macsimizer26

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    how does it affect pocket carry? or iwb?
     
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    +1 on CT. It doesn't affect anything till you hit the on button. Other than that they are just a pair of grips. I have 3 on house and carry guns. Batteries last for MANY years, and they are as durable as a rock.
     
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    how comfortable are the grips? better feel than standard?
     
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    Feel just like rubber Hogue grips........actually better. They have a air space in them that really helps with recoil.
     
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    C/T is a very good quality product and the grip laser works well in a pinch. battery life on watch batteries is 5-7 years or 4 hours of use. they will dull out when continually held buy recouped when left alone for a while