Hey, thanks. Seems that you're the only one giving helpful, informative replies on this question and the one at shootingworld -lol- Good to have people around that reply with positive feedback and not some smart-alec or rude remark. Appreciate it. I've got a M3 tactical light on my Mossy 500 Persuader, I like it. I'd get a TLR-1 or 2 I think if I got one for my Glock.. or an X200.. Something like that =) I'm thinking about getting a Ruger 10/22 after I get that rifle I was talking about. Decent choice? Should I opt for the Ruger Mini-14 after that? Sorry this isn't in the shootingworld thread but I figured I'd knock it out here.. thankyuglydog said:Start with the Trijicons or other night sight as they will always work and there are times you will not want to use a light or a laser. I personally went with just a light as a next step as I saw more utility for me with that setup than with a laser. It was also less than a third the price of the laser/light combo at $90 and I am into cheap. I had concerns that I couldn't confirm one way or the other with retaining the zero with the laser/light combo which was also a factor in my decision. Lastly, I seem to prefer an internal guide rod replacement laser over the external ones which was the deciding factor in my choosing a plain rail light.
The Crimson Trace is an add on to the grip if I remember right which may change the grip dynamics on you. If at all possible, try a 23 with the laser attached and see what you think. There are enough Glocks out there that someone should know someone who has this set up on their gun.