I wondered about loc-tite also. I emailed Crimson Trace today and asked for suggestions - no response yet.Thanks for the input. Would a dab of light loc-tite solve the problem? I was wondering about the use of sights with the laser. I was guessing the laser made it more of a point and shoot then using both the laser and sights. I guess I'll find out at the range.
Sorry, I don't know enough about the differences between the SR9c and SR40 lines to answer your question. The Crimson Tide web site lists it as fitting the SR9c and SR40c. I'm guessing it has to do with the front rail placement being different on the SR40 and SR40c, but don't know for sure.I have a random question. Would this laser sight work for the full size sr40?? Thanks
Have you try using loc-tite blue thread lock? Make sure you use the blue and not the red. It will help with the screws coming loose.It's easy to install, and easy to sight in using the iron sights as a reference. Mine was only about 6 inches off at 50 feet, and it is easy to correct with the tools provided.
I did/do have one "concern" after I finally got it to the range - it loosened after about 4-5 rounds, and the battery moved enough inside to lose the connection and it stopped working. I squeezed it, which corrected the battery contact, and continued for 30 or so rounds with no further problems. When I checked the tightness afterward, I was surprised just how loose two of the three screws were! I retightened, but haven't been back to the range to see if now it is tight enough to stay tight.
The laser really lets you see how steady or unsteady your aim is, and how proper is the pulling of the trigger!