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First Look: Crimson Trace Laserguard in Green

by G&A Online Editors   |  September 12th, 2012 4

We hit the range recently and got some exciting news from Crimson Trace — they’ve gone green. The Crimson Trace Laserguard is now available in green, a new foray for the traditionally red optics. With a more visible green laser for daylight situations, the green Laserguard features a front activation that doesn’t alter the physical dimensions of your handgun’s grip, plus a two-hour battery life on one CR2 battery.

The Laserguard green laser is available for the Springfield XD and XD(m), Glocks and 1911s, all pricing at $299. Modular grips are also available for AR-15s for $649, and a universal Railmaster sight designed for any firearm with a Picatinny rail is also available for $269. Check out this video straight from the range.

  • Charles

    Is the sound missing from the video or it just me

    • Win

      It's you charles.

  • Sgt. JAS, CPD

    I hope these are more durable than their red lasergrips have been. Out of three grips two had diode problems during police field use. Only one was covered by warranty – the one that was never replaced on my duty gun. I still use the one for my Ruger LCP back-up which was under warranty. Good customer service for the three year warranty period, but you are SOL past that. Green sure beats red for visibility.

  • Elvin Oyola

    I wrote several times trying to know how can i get (buy) the crimson trace lightguard 746, please send me information of my email adrees

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