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    CT Laser Grips for XD

    http://forums.crimsontrace.com/index...=33485.msg3997

    Just thought some might like to know...

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    That's pretty kewl.

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    I've had excellent results with the CT grips on a J-frame revolver, a 1911, a couple of Glocks and an M4gery. It is simply an excellent product, though I have moved away from lasers lately.
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    Looks interesting... I'll stick with my TLR2

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    I had them on a Ruger SP 101 and they are a great product. They take a little getting used to but they are worth the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    Looks interesting... I'll stick with my TLR2
    Things like the TLR-2 are nice when you already have the gun in your hand and need the laser, as when conducting a search or kicking in doors. But nothing beats Crimson Trace's automatic activation if you need speed and simplicity coming out of the holster, as in defensive carry. No switches to switch, no levers to throw, no buttons to push - just grip the gun and the laser is on.
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    I like my CTs on my Glocks. I hope they work on the prototype a little more for the XDs. The CTs for the Smith & Wesson M&Ps looks good, maybe they will follow that one a little more.

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