Grip lasers provide easy to use sight of accuracy for the avid gun shoot is a must and also can be a deterrent once placed on a intruder’s chest. It helps with aiming practice and confident with their firearm. A laser sight and the training to back it up offers the ultimate advantage. Target Visibility: Laser sights drastically increase target visibility by helping the shooter do what is natural in a crisis keeps their eyes on the threat.
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Trace laser sights are factory sighted at 50 feet on the firearm they are designed to fit.
All in all it’s fun to use
Grip lasers are designed for many different types of hand guns from revolvers to semi-automatic. Of course these great devices need batteries to operate. Also the laser beams come in different colors such as red and green. And there is a difference in sight and cost. More on this later.
They are machined to fit seamlessly while bringing both artistry and rugged engineering.
One of the most popular is the classic 1911 design Master Series Laser grips are sure to impress. Featuring ergonomic and aggressively durable G10 side panels with a rubber over molded activation button these are the ultimate laser sights. Standard to Crimson Trace Laser grips, the LG-910 features instinctive activation. This means that the laser sight automatically springs to life when the weapon is held in a natural firing grip.
Most grip lasers are User-installed in moments, and fully adjustable for windage and elevation.
And look for one that features Instinctive Activation which allows the laser to be activated when the pistol is held in a normal firing grip.
It is important to to have the right one for your needs such as one that does not interfere with your holster.
Here at THE HUNTERS BLIND LLC .COM we carry a wide range of selection of grip lasers that fit many gun manufacturers selections of such brands as Browning, Smith and Wesson, Beretta, Taurus, Sig Sauer, Springfield Armory, Ruger, and Glock.
So what is the difference between a red laser and a green laser light? The red laser light has a longer wavelength than the green laser light. Red lasers use a diode, optics, making and assemble cheaper to manufacture.
The green laser requires a special diode with a second infrared laser crystal, a doubling crystal also the manufacturing requires much more technical alignments for the laser to function properly. In turn makes the green laser more expensive.
Green lasers are becoming popular because they look much brighter than red lasers do.
But regardless if you choose red or green it depends on your personal preference.
As stated above, it builds confident with their firearm, and is fast and on point.