Crimson Trace Laserguard Available for Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 380

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posted on December 12, 2014
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There's great news for anyone who owns, or is considering buying, a Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard 380 pistol. Crimson Trace, America's leading brand of laser sighting systems and tactical lights for firearms, offers two Laserguard® laser sight systems for those pistols: the LG-454 with a red laser diode and the LG-454G with a green laser diode. Both laser sight products are now widely available in retail outlets across America that sell Crimson Trace products.

These new Laserguards fit onto the trigger guard of the compact and lightweight S&W M&P Bodyguard 380 semi-auto pistols. Both of these Crimson Trace Laserguard models feature: Instinctive Front Activation, are adjustable for windage and elevation, and are covered under Crimson Trace's "Free Batteries for Life" program. After fitting onto the pistol's trigger guard, the unit is easily—and securely—locked into place to create a seamless from-the-factory appearance. This laser sighting system aids with quick aiming in low light conditions when the smaller compact sights found on most pistols can be difficult to distinguish.

Smith & Wesson will also continue to offer the M&P Bodyguards already pre-equipped with Crimson Trace laser sights. That special manufacturing partnership began earlier this year.

The new LG-454G with a green diode is part of a growing line of Crimson Trace green laser products. The Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices for the LG-454 (red) is $229 and is $299 for the LG-454G.

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