Crimson Trace Laser Grips
I tried out some Crimson Trace laser grips at the store today, and was sold. I have limited vision -- blind in one eye, correctable to 20/30 or thereabouts in the other. With this grip and that wonderful red dot, I could get a better sight picture than I've ever managed with normal sights. I could get a solid picture out at least 75 feet, which is more than enough for any self-defense situation I would anticipate being in. Even better, they're part of the grip, which means that they don't add bulk or bumps that need to be handled when carrying concealed.
That store unfortunately didn't have grips for my S&W Model 60, but another store in town did, so I shelled out the nearly $300 for them. I've been dry firing all evening. Tomorrow we head to the range, where I plan to get them dialed in and adjusted perfectly for me. :-)
I know some of you have these grips. Do they make this sort of difference for people with normal (20/20) vision, or vision correctable to normal?