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sundayarmorer
01-08-2010, 4:14 PM
anyone ever used the cat laser on thier glock. just curious. I just got one thinking it might help my wife with her shooting
http://cat-laser.com/img/productos/glock.jpg

vta
01-08-2010, 4:32 PM
looks cool. How much and is there a link?

Tony.
01-08-2010, 8:36 PM
Lasers do not help people shoot better as the focus on the dot as opposed to focusing on the front sight.

vta
01-08-2010, 8:50 PM
the right way to put it is that laser do not 'teach' people how to shoot better. They do help people shoot better in stressful defensive situations. If your wife needs to use a gun to defend herself, by all means, put a laser on it and zero it in. My wife doesnt shoot much but I would put a laser on my HD gun for that exact purpose.

Malmon
01-08-2010, 10:14 PM
Just point the laser where you want a hole to appear and pull the trigger. No need to use sights at all. I have a G19C with the light/laser and it is amazingly accurate. In the dead of night, this is what you need.

RogueSniper
01-08-2010, 11:08 PM
That CAT laser looks slick. I don't have a rail, so none for me.

I dialed in my Crimson Trace for 30'-40'. I use it for fast, defensive, target acquistion at distances. I still use my sights for targeting. That's what the laser "should be" used for, not as a substitute for your sights. However, use it as a learning tool to get her comfortable that she's hitting what's she's aiming for.

My drills are gun at the lower ready. Bring it up, sight in target, fire (once or twice). With the laser, it will tell you if you're on your target right away. Do it by dry firing to see if you're flinching and watch that laser bounce. Check the Crimson Trace site for their videos. Very informative.

liftman
01-09-2010, 4:45 PM
This http://laserlyte.com/ is what I use on my Glock 29. It has been flawless so far with roughly 1k full house loads through it. And it is not big and bulky which makes it great for carry if possible.

As long as you do not rely on it during live fire practice and use and learn the sights. It can be a great training aid for developing muscle memory during dry fire. It will also help when there is a bump in the night and your eyes aren't fully focused yet.

Just my 2 cents.

angryasian
01-09-2010, 8:13 PM
This http://laserlyte.com/ is what I use on my Glock 29. It has been flawless so far with roughly 1k full house loads through it. And it is not big and bulky which makes it great for carry if possible.

As long as you do not rely on it during live fire practice and use and learn the sights. It can be a great training aid for developing muscle memory during dry fire. It will also help when there is a bump in the night and your eyes aren't fully focused yet.

Just my 2 cents.


pretty slick