Light Up Your Glock! Crimson Trace Announces Laserguard Pro for Glocks – NRA 2017

Crimson Trace’s Laserguard Pro!

Two products that need no introduction: Glock and Crimson Trace’s Laserguard Pro.  The king of the polymer pistol and the king of the laser/light industry.  At NRA 2017, Crimson Trace announced that they now have a lineup of Laserguard Pros for your Glocks!

Below are the details on which model number you need to match with your Glock.

  • The LL-807 series Crimson Trace® Laserguard Pro laser sights and light combinations are designed to fit securely onto numerous Glock pistols, including: Third Generation 17, 19, 22, 23, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37 and 38. These products will also securely attach to Glock Gen-4 models 17, 19, 22, 23, 31, 34, 37 and 38 pistols.
  • The LL-810 Laserguard Pro laser sights and lights will fit these longer trigger guard Glock pistol models: Third Generation 26, 27, 29, 30, 33, 36 and 4th Gen 26, 27, 29, 30 and 33.
  • For Glock pistols with shorter trigger guards, the LL-810 Laserguard Pro fits these pistols: Gen 3 models 26, 27, 29, 30, 33 and 36 and Gen 4 models 26, 27, 29, 30 and 33.

Laserguard Pro features a 150-Lumen LED white light.

By itself, it’s really, really light.

The Laserguard Pro combines a red or green laser sight with a 150-Lumen LED white light in a unit that is NOT like that carbuncle on your grandmother’s chin.  In other words, it’s not an eyesore and it actually looks and feels like it belongs on the gun.

There are four modes of operation with the Laserguard Pro, laser + light, laser only, light only and laser and light strobe.  Users can adjust for windage and elevation, there is a master on/off switch and two hours of battery life.

What really makes the Laserguard Pro standout from the competition is the ease to which one can use it. Your finger naturally falls on the button in a conventional firing grip.  Once you get accustomed to having it on your carry piece or duty gun, when you handle a gun without the Laserguard Pro the gun actually feels naked.

You can get one with a green laser sight if red is not your thing.

Pricing starts at $279.

The Laserguard Pro starts at $279 for the red laser sight model. But if the red laser special isn’t your thing, you can upgrade to the green laser version for $379.

For more information, make sure you visit the Crimson Trace website.

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  • Mahatma Muhjesbude May 2, 2017, 12:49 pm

    150 lumens is only marginally bright enough to cause an effective ‘flash blindness’ for tactical purposes. And not that good at all in sunny daylight through sunglasses. For that kind of money it should also be at least 600 lumens which will instantly blind a person in broad daylight even wearing sunglasses and sustain long enough to do what you want with them.

  • AZArchangle55 May 2, 2017, 2:44 am

    Why Crimson Trace? Stream Light is a far superior light/laser, and Black Hawk makes SERPA holsters for GLOCKS with Stream Light.

  • Rip May 1, 2017, 7:15 am

    For those that like the grip the way it is I guess this would be all right.For me the rear mounted laser changes the grip just enough for me to keep using the model 19. without it I don’t care for glocks grip angle one bit

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