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Laser sites

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by zukyota, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. zukyota

    zukyota

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    Does anyone on here have the laser sites on their glock ? Any pics ? Anyone ever have probs after replacing their sites as in them being loose ?
     
  2. NEOH212

    NEOH212 Diesel Girl

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    Please don't take this the wrong way. Save your money. Don't waste it on a laser. Learn to shoot without one. You will become a better shooter as a result. My experience has been that batteries fail when you need them most. Sure, lasers can have an advantage but in a gun fight, are you going to have time to think about turning it on and to look for the dot? Probably not. If anything, get yourself a set of nice night sights. It's just a suggestion. As for the laser sights, I'm assuming that you are referring to the LaserLyte RL-1? If you are, one of the guys at my range put them on his Glock 22. They did work good and he had no issues with them coming loose. They are bulky and ugly as sin. But, they work. Unlike most other lasers, this one doesn't alter the grip or the gun. Not to mention that it will work with any holster.
     

  3. greatwun

    greatwun Senior Member

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    Good advice, I got rid of my CT grips and bought night sites and ammo