LCR CT grips and left eye shooting.

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dlh38or45

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I was looking at a LCR today with CT laser grips.

I usually shoot my handguns with my right hand, but holding over to my left-dominant eye. My right eye was damaged in an auto accident I was involved in back in November.

When I was sighting along the sights of the LCR, I immediately I noticed that I couldn’t see the laser dot on the right hand side of the revolver. In other words, the body of the revolver hid the laser dot.

Has anyone else noticed this?

I suppose this does not preclude the use of a laser, but it felt strange having to adjust the way I use the sights in order to see the laser.

Any thoughts?

DLH
 

Double Maduro

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Since you will be adjusting the laser dot to the point of impact of the bullet, I don't think you should have any problem.

My guess is that once the laser is adjusted you should be okay.

Just a guess, I don't use lasers, they show me how shakey I reall am.

DM
 

s4s4u

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I suppose this does not preclude the use of a laser, but it felt strange having to adjust the way I use the sights in order to see the laser.

The idea is not to incorporate the laser with the sights, but to zero the laser to POI, regardless of the sights although sometimes they coincide. You are going to have to shoot the gun to do this.
 

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