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Old January 19, 2013, 09:20 AM   #29
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Could be very useful in a low light situation...especially at home. My wife has a Crimson Trace on her S&W M637 revolver for that reason, and the same gun doubles as her CCW...that Crimson Trace does not add any bulk.

As a training aid, lasers are fantastic for trigger control and grip consistency problems. As to seeing the sights and your tartget, at night, at any distance over 6 feet or so, tritium sights or a laser are about the only way you're going to be able to get hits, short of a shotgun. Try it sometime...with or without flashlight in the crossed wrist'll be a believer. I'd opine that most defensive shooting is done in low light be the judge. Rod
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