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Hmmmmm.....I have a set of those on a 1911 that I own. Now, on my 1911 there is a switch that you an turn off the lazer.

I guess then next obvious question would be if you have the lazer sights turned off, it would seem that would be legal?

Yes? No?

Dave
 

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I read the book and it seems to me that you cant use the sight. As far as it beeing on the gun? If you cant have the sight on your gun Maybe you cant have a flashlight in your pocket while hunting either...
 

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I wouldn't think they would be legal. I don't really think you would have any issues though unless there were problems, and someone was really looking.
 

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That is why I asked the question. It still has regular sights that are on. Any WCO's care to comment and let me know please.
 

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the best way to be safe about it ... if you have no desire to use them for hunting is take the batteries out of it... if they are non functioning there is nothing that can be said.
 

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That's a good idea. I'd have to actually read my directions as to how to take out the batteries. I've never done that.
 

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DaveT said:
Hmmmmm.....I have a set of those on a 1911 that I own. Now, on my 1911 there is a switch that you an turn off the lazer.

I guess then next obvious question would be if you have the lazer sights turned off, it would seem that would be legal?

Yes? No?

Dave


1911 = 45 semi ?

what were you planning on hunting ? maybe out of state ?
 

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No, I know you can't hunt with a 1911. I just was sayin I have a set of Crimson Trace Laser Grips on it. Just like the Revolver.

So....I was speaking about the Laser Grips......Try and keep up now.

Dave
 
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