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Recently seen a gentleman me mention the sig p28 or p29 as options for a possible trigger guard laser fit for the micro. Has anyone tried this , does it work. Or have any other ideas on soenthing that could work
 

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I'm usually a big fan of laser grips but not on a Micro9. Self defense distance or less.
 

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Not trying to be a wise ass but Sig doesn’t make a P28 or a P29. I think your referring to the P238 (.380) and P938 (9mm). Both are very similar to the Kimber Micro 380 and Micro 9.
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It’s a micro for just a carry.. point shoot.. never been a fan of lasers... and most instructors will agree and tell you to iron site ... if it’s a night stand firearm use a light in your other hand
 

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I guess most instructors are young whipper snappers and don’t have failing senses or insist in old school. In the mean time, I carry this everyday and practice with sights and laser in different scenarios.




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I guess most instructors are young whipper snappers and don’t have failing senses or insist in old school. In the mean time, I carry this everyday and practice with sights and laser in different scenarios.




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I've had couple pistols with crimson trace in both grip & under barrel.

I was unable to adapt to such and did not learn to appreciate the advantages. Good luck with yours.
 

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Only thing a laser is real good for is up close and personal point shooting especially in low light conditions. Angles change at distance, I prefer sights over laser for this scenario.


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Only thing a laser is real good for is up close and personal point shooting especially in low light conditions. Angles change at distance, I prefer sights over laser for this scenario.


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If you are carrying a small gun, up close and personal is all you'll be doing which is most of the time. Yain't having a shoot out at 25-50 yrds with it.
 

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I mean I guess don’t most of us purchase firearms for fun ? lol. Not sure how accurate I care for the laser to be. Just wanted any other option than the grip laser
 

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