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In real world wolves don't chuck spears or throw knives at you from 15 yds. away they run/walk upon you Tueller drill style for a surprise attack win.

How do you LEO or CCW guys train for close combat via gun and sightless shot?



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One would not have to see the dot on themselves, they only have to see the beam concentrated coming at them ala a flashlight.
Every 3rd grader now days knows what that means.

DY you present an interesting arguement for Crimson Trace whihc are spendy and otherwise I've not been a fan for.

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Damn Yankee said:
Crimson Trace is one of the only ways to get laser on a Beretta, and I shot one with the CT grips. I was not impressed. Out of habit, when I'm off the trigger I use the disassembly button on the right side of the frame as a place to rest my finger (no pressure, just a reference point). As such, I completely block the laser with my finger.
Yeah I was not impressed with them either on the SW1911 PD I tested last fall that had them factory installed.
My ointing finger knuckle kept blocking the beam and I found the beam itslef to be distracting.
But as you pointed out the beam itself can be a deterrent so maybe it's not all bad. I hear the Lasermax recoil guide installed unit is fubar eating batteries big time. :(

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