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08 July 2015

Review: Recover Tactical CC3H Grip and HC11 Holster Adding a light and/or laser to a handgun is a must for some, a much sought after option for others. While laser grips have been around for a long time, one usually had to opt for a railed firearm in order to accomplish mounting a light. If your handgun did not have an integral rail, there were some solutions, not all of them elegant. (I shudder to think of trigger guard mounted lasers I have installed for customers in the past). The next problem would be how to carry the gun once you placed a rail mounted light and/or laser on it. Recover Tactical has come up with a system that addresses both issues, and they were kind enough to send it over to me to try out. Equipment used in the test Both the CC3H “1911 Grip and Rail” and the HC11 Holsters (one with active retention, one without) were easy to understand and install. Both the grip and the holsters came with all too ...


Adding a light and/or laser to a handgun is a must for some, a much sought after option for others. While laser grips have been around for a long time, one usually had to opt for a railed firearm in order to accomplish mounting a light. If your handgun did not have an integral rail, there were some solutions, not all of them elegant. (I shudder to think of trigger guard mounted lasers I have installed for customers in the past). The next problem would be how to carry the gun once you placed a rail mounted light and/or laser on it. Recover Tactical has come up with a system that addresses both issues, and they were kind enough to send it over to me to try out. Equipment used in the test Both the CC3H “1911 Grip and Rail” and the HC11 Holsters (one with active retention, one without) were easy to understand and install. Both the grip and the holsters came with all too ... Review: Recover Tactical CC3H Grip and HC11 Holster I've tried them all! You'll love them too!

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