If I were able to do as this gent does then my major objection to a laser on my carry guns would nullified. Unfortunately I know I'd not be able to do that without a whole lot of conditioning; I'd be looking for that dot. Think this technique would also slow down my double taps - again for the reason of the time, albeit however short, to look for and see the dot for the second shot. Maybe not so much with the P3AT because of its long reset but certainly with my Glock 26. Just my thoughts here, not suggesting it is gospel.riese said:I have a CT on my P3 and train with it quite often. I find that from holster (Pocket) I get my first shot off prior to seeing the laser. Despite this if indoors or low light my follow-up shots are helped by the laser. It also helps my follow-up shots when doing drills with my support hand. I don't need it however why not use anything you can to your advantage (without using it as a crutch.) As always YMMV.