CTC LG-405 Laser stock

CTC LG-405 Laser stock

The CTC LG-405 is a unique cross between the LG-205 and the LG-305. It is larger than the “boot grip” styled LG-205 yet smaller that the overmolded style of the LG-305.  The LG-405 starts with a pair of rubber strips molded into its otherwise all polymer stocks. The first strip covers the upper half of the revolver’s backstrap.  This small rubber strip is referred to as an “air pocket” by the CTC. Its function is to reduce the recoil that would normally be directed back into the web of the shooter’s hand. The second strip of rubber is located on the forward edge of the stocks on the inside of the front strap. This second strip’s function is to enhance grip contact under recoil. Both strips do a very credible job of aiding in recoil control.  The overall width of the LG-405 makes it a less than ideal stock for shooters with smaller hands or shorter fingers. As usual, the rubber on the stocks often functions as an impediment to both concealment and to a smooth draw stroke. Also like most CTC stocks the LG-405 suffers from being insufficiently scalloped out for optimum speedloader reloading. On a positive note the LG-405 like the LG-305 (See above) also sports a master on-off switch on the butt with offers the same storage and range training benefits noted above.

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