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Another consideration for new shooters is the ability to mount both a red-dot sight and a laser light on the handgun. (Not necessarily in tandem.) The laser may be defense related, or it may be used in training to help gauge the shooter's success in mastering the trigger. A red dot that bounces all over the wall when the trigger isn't pressed properly is a great aid in marksmanship training.

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