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LaserMax Glock23

Anyone using one with their glock? I have a Glock23, and I am thinking about plunking down 268 on ebay for a new one...any tips?

I guess the laser has a strobe to it...I kinda wish it was steady on.

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Re: LaserMax Glock23

Had one on my 19.... Very nice. You won't notice the strobe effect that much.

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Re: LaserMax Glock23

You cant really tell it strobes... Ive shot with one a bit and I didnt even notice it. THe best thing a laser will do is show you (and anyone else at the range) your mistakes. For the same price, if not cheaper, you can get an M6 and have a light with it. It just depends if you want it tucked in or clipped on.
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Re: LaserMax Glock23

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You cant really tell it strobes... Ive shot with one a bit and I didnt even notice it. THe best thing a laser will do is show you (and anyone else at the range) your mistakes. For the same price, if not cheaper, you can get an M6 and have a light with it. It just depends if you want it tucked in or clipped on.
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I was wondering that. I do like it tucked. Also is the LaserMax more accurate than the M6? Do you guys know how accurate it truly is? I think I will go with the tactical light as well at some point…just to use those rails!

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Re: LaserMax Glock23

The Lasermax I shot was dead on, and the M6 is as well, maily because it is adjustable where the lasermax is set. The M6 can go between the Kimber, Glock, or AR, and just take a minute to adjust the sights for what gun its on...
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