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Harley Dude
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One of the first applications of this laser was on the Smith & Wesson lightweight models. Many police officers carried these revolvers as backup weapons and still do. They are accurate, lightweight and easy to shoot. The crimson trace laser was a natural addition to this revolver!

Once sighted in you don't worry much about the revolvers sights you simply point, click the laser and shoot.

Have you added this laser system to any of your personal revolvers? Have you found it to be accurate?

It is expensive, did you feel it was worth the investment?
 

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Harley Dude
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Baldy said:
I had on set on a SP-101 Ruger and they was the cats meow for these old tired eyes. It takes practice to get tuned up with them. They will do their part if you do yours. :)
The lasers are a wonderful invention for the older shooters. Along with the red dot scopes they have allowed older folks to enjoy the shooting sports for many many more years.
 
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