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Posted: 3/11/2006 5:47:04 PM EDT
Went to range today with 150 rounds and my new crimson trace grips on the Glock 26. I paid $225 shipped for the grips. Not a bad deal IMO.
Sorry no pics or videos. But I can say the laser is very unaccurate right from the box. I will have to go back and tune it a little. So I will post results and pics later on.
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 8:26:30 PM EDT

Originally Posted By GlockFan22:
Went to range today with 150 rounds and my new crimson trace grips on the Glock 26. I paid $225 shipped for the grips. Not a bad deal IMO.
Sorry no pics or videos. But I can say the laser is very unaccurate right from the box. I will have to go back and tune it a little. So I will post results and pics later on.



you have to aim all of them, non of them are ready to use that's why they send you all of the stuff you need to do it, and that price is damn good
Link Posted: 3/11/2006 10:46:10 PM EDT
They are supposed to be zero'ed for 50' when they come from the factory. Personaly I zero both of mine for 10 yrds and they are balls-on. The quickest way to zero them is to pick a reference point, sight in using the irons, then adjust the laser over to the sights. Of course you have to keep in mind that if you are closer than what you zero for the rounds will impact just to the left of the laser and if you are further out they land to the right.

I've had CTs on my 19 and 26 since Feb. and love them
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