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View Poll Results: Which CT laser would you choose for a S&W J-Frame

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  • LG-105

    1 10.00%
  • LG-350

    0 0%
  • LG-405

    9 90.00%
  • DS-124

    0 0%
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Thread: Which CT laser grip for J-frame?

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    Which CT laser grip for J-frame?

    Title says it all, which laser grip which you choose for a S&W J-frame?
    https://www.crimsontrace.com/product...sson_model=323
    Last edited by titsonritz; 02-24-19 at 04:09.
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    No one uses CT laser grips?
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    I have LG405 on both of my Jframes. a 340pd and 640-1

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    I prefer the 405's because I pocket carry 100% of the time.
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    LG405 all day. Gun remains compact, soaks up recoil nicely. I also regularly pocket or ankle carry no issue.
    I had an LG350G on a gun for a while, but as nice as it was to shoot (and the green laser was bright!) it gave up way too much in concealment. With the extra grip length, the gun was too big for what its capabilities were.
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    Yeah I want to keep it compact, I had pretty much ruled out the LG350 because of it's size and the DS-124, what ever that thing is.

    The LG105 looks a little smaller but I can see better control and comfort with the LG405.
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    I came across a Hogue version I didn't even know existed. Anyone have experience with them? I wonder how they rate compared to CT.

    https://www.hogueinc.com/legrips/jframe
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    I've used the LG-405 for years. Outside of the need to confirm the zero once in a while (as they do shift) I've had no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    No one uses CT laser grips?
    Not that. Not too many people carrying wheel guns any more... I have the 405s. The pocket carry very well.
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    I pulled the trigger on a set of LG-405s, they arrived today and I installed them on my 442. It the right choice.
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