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Old May 12th, 2017, 12:00 PM   #1
 
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Green laser recommendations LC9S Pro

I've had my LC9S Pro for a few week and have put about 400 rounds thru it. I have had 2 fail to eject (1 me and 1 from a buddy) using Remington UMC and 1 fail to feed with American Eagle which I think was my fault from loosening my grip a little. Shoots Blazer FMJ and Federal HST 124 grain Hps with out a hitch. I'm shooting a little left (1" +) but I'm also sure its me and not the pistol, I typically shoot 1911s. I very happy with the pistol and feel I use need a little more practice to center in on the bulls eye. As far carrying/self defense I fell confident I would still be in center mass. I wont carry it until I run more ammo thru it and make sure it doesn't fail. I'm also considering a Green laser for the trigger guard and looking for recommendations. I have CT ( red) on my S&W 442 revolver and really like them except it can be hard for me to see in really sunny conditions. Is green really easier to in sunny conditions? Any members using green lasers? Brand? Any info would be great. Kind of looking at the Viridians...Thanks!!



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Old May 12th, 2017, 04:24 PM   #2
 
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I just took my red Lasermax off my LC9spro . Found very little use for it and it caused the trigger guard to bite my finger under recoil . Your hand size my not experience this . Mine is large .
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Viridian all the way. I've had a Viridian green laser on my SR9 (see my avatar pic) for a few years & it's very bright & easy to see in all conditions. I also have one on my LC9s. Both have stayed true after initial zeroing in & have never had to be adjusted since. As you can see, they fit very well & don't get in the way at all.


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My wife & I both have Viridian Green (mine is LC9s and hers is the original LC9). The green is definitely more (very) visible in bright sunlight. Greens are tougher on batteries than the red lasers but not unreasonable. Change the batteries as soon as you notice a change in the setting (they will either shut off on their own or change from the steady setting to the strobe setting).

I use a Galco holster for IWB appendix carry (the most comfortable) and we have both IWB and OWB Alien Gear holsters. All of these holsters are made for the LC9's with the Viridian lasers and have the ECR feature for automatic on and off when drawn or holstered. They work great. Highly recommended~
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