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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on June 23, 2011
The CTC LaserGrip fits perfectly and keeps a good zero. It is hard to see in very bright light, but as a defensive aiming tool, it works great in the low light and normal light. Batteries are easy to find and do not cost much. Also, I received a $50 ravage which helped me buy now.

You will need a special holster when you install the LaserGuard. It is worth the change because the LaserGuard really works.

It makes me much faster and more accurate. I can focus more on the targets and less on the front sight. By the way, I am in my 50s and the sights are tougher to see as I age. I do not like using my bifocals to shoot, though that helps sometimes. I can use my old man eyes to track the target and ignore the sights more.

Also, if you like wrapping your weak hand around the trigger guard, you will have to change.. The laser will get blocked. If you need to shoot without the laser, there is a button which turned it off and on. In normal use, the laser is activated by gripping the gun..
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on February 4, 2014
I never write reviews, good or bad, but this is an exception. I'm very disappointed with this product and Crimson Traces's response to my inquiry. Any of the newer Lg-400 type series lasers from Crimson Trace now have a blue lens and produce a different laser frequency. Very red and dim. Previously they had a brighter more orange color. It was excellent for a red laser. Unfortunately the new ones are crap. I was informed by Crimson Trace that this is the new norm for this series. Take my advice and don't buy one unless you can look at the lens to see if it has a bluish tint (newer model), if so it will be almost useless especially if your life is on the line and you need quick acquisition of a target . If you're new to lasers you may not realize what your missing (a lot). The older ones have a clear lens. Find one of those if you can and you won't be disappointed. Very,very unhappy with this product. Shame on you Crimson Trace for putting peoples lives in danger with such an awful product.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on July 31, 2012
I had LG-626 Lasergrips on my Glock 26 but it is my concealed carry handgun and the LG-626 added about 3/8" to 1/2" to the width of an already wide pistol. I replaced the LG-626 Lasergrips with this LG-436 Laserguard and I couldn't be happier. These are a must have for concealed carry in my humble opinion. Also, I know they say they are only for Gen 3 Glocks but I put them on my Glock 34 Gen 4 and they fit perfectly. I will probably be ordering another set for my G34 because I have not been happy with the other brand of sights I have on it. I have not had any problem at all with the activation switch under my middle finger, I guess I just naturally grip tightly enough anyway. 5 stars, nothing negative to say.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on October 7, 2011
This installs very easily using the supplied tool. I see no weaknesses in its physical design and it appears to be very sturdy - no moving parts and fits seamlessly with the pistol. One caution is that the device will make the pistol incompatible with probably all holsters that are not already designed for a light. Windage and elevation are very easy to adjust using two miniscule hex screws, with a small turn (maybe 1/4 rotation) moving the POI a few inches at 15 yards. Activating the last is accomplished by a pressure button on the front of the grip - I think the middle of the middle finger. In any case, it's activated using a fairly firm (standard) grip. It also allows the operator to choose not to activate merely by loosening the pressure on that finger - saves you from giving away your position with a dot when pieing. What I like is that activation of the laser will take place without the operator making any conscious decisions in a high-stress situation. Get a firm grip on the pistol and it lights up. Simple. I think the factory zero is like 50 feet. In field testing the laser, I was able to get it zeroed at 15 yards within about 8 rounds using the adjustment screws. Thereafter, it worked splendidly. I'm normally not a big fan of lasers on pistols, but I got this for my wife to use on a home defense pistol and I think in that respect it is ideal.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 4, 2012
This laser site was easy to install. Instructions are brief and to the point - easily understood. The laser was easy to adjust and site properly. I'm somewhat disappointed with the switch placement. The button switch is so close to the trigger guard that my finger doesn't always depress it properly. I have a Crimson Trace laser site on an S&W 642 revolver that works great, with no switch problems. Overall, a good product - just wish the switch was easier to depress.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 28, 2012
It's a good laser sight, nice and bright. I mounted this on a Glock 26 firing 124 Gr. 9mm +P Winchester PDX1. I find that the light weight of the subcompact pistol combined with the nasty recoil of those 9mm +P rounds start my laser dot creeping off zero after about 50 shots (but very slow drift). This is acceptable in a self-defense situation IMO, but be aware that you may have to re-zero this little guy from time to time (which is very simple to do.) It will increase the size of the pistol beyond what will fit in most holsters.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 19, 2012
I seen this on the Crimson Trace website and I immediately wanted it. Good thing I always check Amazon before buying because it is $30 cheaper here. Installation only took a couple of minutes and sighting it in was just as quick. Took it to the range and I am impressed. Where ever the dot shows on the target is where the bullet hits!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 5, 2012
What a great addition to my glock 26. It fits my 26 like a glove. With the addition of a magazine extender, this makes a great all around gun. The on/off button is exactly where you finger sits on the grip of the gun. You dont even need to think about it. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 7, 2013
The person I bought this for loves it. It required very little adjustment and is placed pretty conveniently for easy laser use when shooting.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 3, 2013
With no experience in assembling these kinds of things it was very easy to do. It fit the specific gun. The laser is easy to see indoors. Lasers can make an already good shooter even better. This product requires purchasing a new compatible holster. The one problem not anticipated is the difficulty to continuously activate the laser. It has a momentary switch requiring sufficient constant pressure to be useful. Thought it would be simply grip the gun and laser would stay activated until hand was off handle. No so. Activation requires specific pressure at a point high on the handle. My hand does not comfortably put enough constant pressure to activate the laser if I just hold the gun as usual. I find this troubling and it defeats my purpose of not having to specifically press a button to activate. I have ordered another product that mounts on the rear site of the slide instead. This will require thumb to press button to activate, however once it is on it will not go off due to lack of sufficient pressure at a certain point on the handle like the Lasergrip.
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