Fishing & Miscellaneous Items - Gun laser question
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Does anyone have one of these Viridian lasers on their 9mm?, and would you recomend it? Thinking about getting one for my Springfield.
I know this is a fishing site but there seems to be alot of gun enthusiasts on here as well.
05-24-2012, 05:34 PM
i use either a stream light with LED flashlight and red dot or I use the crimson grip red dot. Really like both The Stream light is not very compact I keep it next to the bed it lights up the room like the sun.
The crimson grip red dot is not noticeable you just squeeze down and it lites up.
05-24-2012, 06:57 PM
I have a couple different dot/light setups on handguns and I currently have the Virdian setup on a custom STI Duty one .45
I like all my setups but this thing blows the rest out of the water. Green laser travels SO much farther than red and is much easier to see. You have a ton of speed settings, you can turn on just laser, just light, both, both blinking, one blinking and other off, or both blinking and a bunch of different settings on how fast it flashed. They are expensive but its less than 1/2 the size of my stream light and MUCH brighter. You will not be disapointed.
Sounds good,thanks for the feedback.
crimson trace grips on my kimber ultra carry ...its a nice combo
crimson trace on all of my handguns. cheap knockoff green laser on my ar. even with the cheap one, green is easier to see during the day at distance
05-25-2012, 03:36 PM
Crimson trace on my sig as well as a mounted crimson trace grip on my m4... If you are or were ever military they offer an awesom discount. Also extends to police officers emts and fire dept.