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Old October 24, 2012, 11:39 AM   #12
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For someone well trained and practiced in the use of a flash sight picture, a laser was slower.

I would agree with this, I have my laser sighted just barely above the front sight with a standard sight picture (this is also where the bullet goes), I can see the laser on the target while looking down the irons. In low light, a sight picture can be very difficult to obtain but I can still see the laser.

My carry revolver is the only gun I have with a laser, I don't carry a piece with combat sights very often.
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