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What Holster would you use with one of theses lasers?
 

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Blade Tech for one.
 

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The Crimson Traxe LG-448 is a good choice.
 

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i just put a trl1s light-strobe on my xd40 subcompact have to say a little bulky should proubly have went with a laser
 

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Have you considered one of these?

LASERLYTE REAR SIGHT LASER ALL XD : Other at GunBroker.com

I have not heard whether they are any good or not, but it solves some holstering problems or leaves room to put a Tac light on the rail.
I have that same laser on my xd sc .40 and it works great. Never comes off alignment and very accurate. I would recommend this laser to anyone and you dont have to have a special holster for it.
 

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Bought it but yet to install it on my new XDsc 40

Has anyone tried this? Seems ideal especially since it will not interfear with the holster in any matter.:?:
Yep, I've got one. I use it at the range without any problems in moderate sunlight at 7 yards. Bright sunlight, pretty much a no go, but that's to be expected. For dry fire, it works VERY well.
 

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I put the Crimson Trace LG-448 on mine and I love it! It feels completely natural when activating the laser without compromising your grip. I think it looks decent too. I even ordered the Supertuck made for the SubCompact with CT-448 laser. Fits perfect.
 

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I have the Lasermax Micro on my XD-40 sc. Love it. Having a holster made by Keeton Custom Leather. $55.00 shipped.
 

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I'm a big fan of Crimson Trace. I run them both on my XD 45 Service as well as my 9mm sub compact. When you grab the pistol, the laser automatically turns on due to a pressure switch which is activated by a proper firing grip. There are no buttons you need to remember to turn on.

It also doesn't require you to internal parts nor purchase new holsters.
 

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I've been looking at the crimson trace quite a bit.

Is there a reason the beavertail on it is so long? Batteries in there or is it just extra plastic?
Its the way it attaches to the gun. There is a push pin back there to hold everything in place.

My ONLY complaint is that the Crimson Trace does add a bit of bulk to the gun, changing the feel. You will have to get use to the gun again.

I have them both on my 45 service and my 9mm subcompact and wouldn't have it any other way.
 
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