December 20, 2018–
Crimson Trace, recognized as America’s top brand of laser sights in a nationwide survey by Southwick Associates, offers many laser sight and light products for installation on numerous models of Ruger handguns. In addition to more than a dozen Lasergrips laser sights that will fit onto Ruger 1911 pistols as replacement grips, Crimson Trace offers four Laserguard laser sights for the popular Ruger LCP pistols—the LG-497/G, DS-122 and LG-431—and several laser sights for the Ruger LC9, LC9S and LC380 pistols. The Laserguard laser sights for the Ruger LC series pistols include the LG-412 and LG-416G with green diode. Crimson Trace also provides the Laserguard LG-449 for Ruger’s SR9 and SR40c pistols. Additionally, Crimson Trace markets the Lasergrips LG-415 with red diode and LG-415G with green laser diode as replacement grips for the Ruger LCR and LCRx compact revolvers.
Like all Crimson Trace laser sights, the green LG-416G and the red LG-416 Laserguard laser sights for Ruger’s LC9, LC9S and LC380 pistols can be easily adjusted for windage and elevation. Each side of this easy-to-install laser sight also has unique curves and built-in design features to match distinct segments of the pistol’s frame. A distinct CTC logo is prominent on each side of the laser sight’s front section. This laser sight is easy to maintain and an owner’s manual is included in the packaging and is also available free to download on the company’s website.
Like nearly all Crimson Trace Laserguard laser sights, these products feature the company’s award-winning and patented Instinctive Activation firearm laser engagement technology, designed to activate the laser sight when the firearm is held with a normal firing grip and when the user is ready to fire. Instinctive Activation, a common consumer demand, is one of the many reasons that Crimson Trace is a leader in the firearms laser sight market. The necessary installation screws, plus battery for operation, are included in the product packaging. This laser sight is covered under Crimson Trace’s popular Free Batteries for Life program.
For more information, visit www.crimsontrace.com.
Source: Firearms News