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Old June 28, 2009, 06:38 AM   #11
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Only real downside to CT grips is the cost. The upside, should you choose to learn to use them correctly, is significant. Low light, no light, lost glasses, odd positions, deterrent, training feedback, one hand activation, etc. With CT grips even if the batteries die or the grip breaks it does not prevent the gun from being used. I'd put them on any gun I own for home defense or CC. I'm not a bad shot and I don't have a lot of cash and I've still bought three sets so far.
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