fra3 said:Well i had a chance to get a couple hundred down range. It works wonderful. Really tells on you if you shake any at all. I had it adjusted in minutes and practiced well with it. Very nice it is just as good as the CT for the LCP. I would say it is the best addition to a pocket gun there is other than a great holster. f3
I beg to differ; the CT laser guard does not add any size to the main dimensions of the gun.(L/H/W) Those are the dimensions that govern if a gun is pocketable. As far as the functionality of the Laser, I find it invaluable on a carry pocket gun such as the p380. There are instances in everyday life where proper aiming and gun mechanics are impossible. In a carjacking for example the BG could be at you window before you even know what’s going on. To have the ability to accurately point and shoot from close your body is huge in this type of situation. Also if he is carjacking you the BG is most likely has a gun or knife as well, so shot placement is key.09Carrera said:Laser is gimmicky and finicky IMHO, from past experiences. On a "pocket gun" the entire objective is size and concealability. 99.9 % of real world uses for this gun will be within 10 feet-point and shoot. Those little batteries are a pain in the arse, just carry, maintain and shoot the Pee three eight tee!!!
I thought so too until I installed my first on a Ruger LCP. Now I'm seriously considering one for the P380 too, even though the P380 has a reasonable set of sights. IMHO lasers are a gimmick that works.09Carrera said:Laser is gimmicky and finicky IMHO, from past experiences.
I'll refrain from posting prices, but the P380 store has them on sale right now at the lowest prices that I've seen, even if you include the very reasonable USPS shipping cost. Plus they have several other goodies for your P380 that you might want to consider. Click on the store tab at the top of this page to check it out.scott240 said:what does the CTC laser cost?