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    Default VIDEO: LASERS ON PISTOLS - PART 1

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    Good video and a very clarifying for those considering the laser as a sighting system.
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    Excellent video, I may add the laser to my GS17 but need to figure out the holster situation first.
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    When my nephew bought his M31 he had the shop owner install one of those recoil spring guide rod lasers. He's had it for years and the laser still works in spite of the .357 SIG recoil. Standard holsters would work fine. No idea how operation of it compares to other brands of lasers.

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    That laser you describe is a Lasermax. I used one for a while and dropped it as unworkable for our applications.

    The mechanism replaced the slide lock on the Glock and required you to push on it one side or the other to activate the pulsing laser. It was either ON or OF. It had no mementary switch and could not be operated one handed with the finger on the trigger. I explained that in the video I think.

    A light or laser that cannot be operated one handed with the finger on the trigger is poorly designed and less than optimal.
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