Monday, June 25, 2012

MArooned Product Review: Crimson Trace Laser Sight Grips, Ruger LCR

I mentioned hitting my club's indoor range Friday night. One of the reasons I was there was to (finally) try out the Crimson Trace Laser Sight Grips for the Ruger LCR sent to me last month. I covered the ease of installation in the first post and then the ease of use in a video review; this time, it all comes together in a video review of the grip laser in action:

Aside from a verbal gaffe (hey, I didn't have a teleprompter, okay?), I think the video is self-explanatory. At a common defensive distance, all five shots are within 3" of each other - not bad at all for a DAO snubnosed revolver! The Crimson Trace Grip Laser sights take something difficult - shooting a small, light, double action only revolver - and make it much simpler. For a defensive arm, I cannot recommend these highly enough.

That last part is so crucial, I'm going to repeat myself: Crimson Trace Laser Sight Grips are a worthy addition to any defensive arm.

That is all.

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