Crimson Trace Lightguard

posted on April 30, 2011

Long known for their amazingly easy to activate Lasergrips, Crimson Trace now has a weaponlight small enough to fit on a handgun without making it look pregnant. This amazingly intuitive unit can work in concert with Lasergrips to illuminate a target with a bright, white light while designating it with a laser, or it can act on its own as the simplest tactical light on the market. It has a pressure switch mounted just below where the trigger guard meets the grip and an on/off switch should you wish to avoid automatic light discharge when gripping the pistol. But enough of what we think about it. Here's Crimson Trace's Iain Harrison, who knows a thing or two about shooting under pressure.



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