testing

In The Name Of Science:

I wanted to see which of these lasers were the most instinctive (easiest and fastest) to activate and the only real way to do this was put them all on the same handgun and let the same shooters try them.

The Glock model 22 was placed on a table in front of each shooter who had to pick it up, activate the laser and engage a target seven yards away. Each shooter did this three times for an average with each laser individually.

Crimson Trace (my least favorite laser.. and yes I have owned one) came out on top.

Check out the full results – HERE

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Why have a “we stand behind our products” video when you actually don’t? :P

The integrity of the glass didn’t even look compromised when the guy wimped out. Normally I wouldn’t harp on something like this, but the last 15 seconds of the video had the phrase “Defenshield [literally] stands behind its products” which burnt itself into my brain.

I cringe when I see testing videos like that anyway.  Putting a live person behind the glass doesn’t do anything that a watermelon or pretty much anything else couldn’t accomplish.

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