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CT - I have both and prefer the CT due to the way it activates on it's own with a good shooting grip.
 

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Never used lasermax, I have CT on my .40 S&W Kahr.
 

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I just got a Crimson Trace laser grip for my Smith and Wesson .38 special air weight. I really like it so far.
 

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Tried both on a Ruger LCP and ended up with the CT simply because it was more natural, almost instinctive to the grip of the weapon. Guess what I'm saying is, I didn't have to think, even for a second with the CT.
 

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I've owned CT an shot lasermax, have a few friends that have the laser max's.
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I don't like the idea of changing my factory springs to something by company that doesn't build guns. Shot one in a friends G19 and it didnt work consistently. One of the ONLY times I've seen a Glock not work consistently. Its also nice to be activated just by gripping an having the ability to adjust to where you need it.
 

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Not all Lasermax lasers require you to replace guiderods/springs, FYI.
 
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