Crimson Trace LG-469G

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posted on August 21, 2015
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Introduced earlier this month, the new green Laserguard from Crimson Trace puts instinctive activation and a green laser on Springfield Armory's smallest handgun. This Laserguard (part number LG-469G) puts a green laser with instinctive activation on your favorite small-but-mighty handgun.

Powered by a single 1/3N lithium battery and offering 2 hours of run time, the Laserguard attaches to the XD-S's trigger guard and is activated by the middle finger of the strong hand. The laser comes on with pressure from a normal firing grip and is factory-sighted at 50 feet. Crimson Trace has partnered with a number of name-brand holster manufacturers to ensure carrying your Crimson Trace-equipped XD-S will be as simple as installing the Laserguard unit.

MSRP: $299.

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