Crimson Trace LG-637G Green Laser

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posted on June 16, 2014
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Green is the new red. At least, it is when it comes to laser sights.

Crimson Trace has been introducing a number of new green laser sights, and one of the newer models is the LG-637G, available for full-size, third-generation models like the G17, G22 and many others.

Green lasers have been gaining popularity as users realize the significant increase in daytime utility and longer reach. Green light is emitted at a wavelength closer to the middle of the color spectrum than red light, so it is easier for the eye to resolve the green light.

With the LG-637G, owners of Glock full size 9 mm, .357 SIG and .40 S&W pistols now have a green laser option. If you've been holding off on getting a laser sight for your Glock, now is definitely the time to consider the new green laser sight.

MSRP: $329. Crimson Trace's three-year warranty and lifetime battery replacement offers apply to this grip.

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