Crimson Trace Offers Glock 43 Laser Sights

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posted on May 28, 2015
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These products include the recently released LG-443 with a red laser diode for the compact Glock 42 pistol. That Laserguard--LG-443 (red) laser sight—also serves double duty by fitting onto Glock's newer Model 43 pistols. Even better news is that the new LG-443G (Green) Laserguard will soon be shipping to dealers across America and also fits onto those Glock pistols.

For Glock owners seeking green laser sights, Crimson Trace also offers the Lasergrips LG-639G and the Laserguard LG-452 that fits numerous Gen 4 and Third Generation Glock pistol models. Many of those Glock owners will also discover that Crimson Trace’s Lightguard LTG-736 with a 100-lumen LED bright white light provides the ability to light up a dark night while also being compatible on the pistol with nearly another dozen Crimson Trace laser sight systems. This dual system of light-and-laser is popular with many gun owners who carry for personal protection.

Crimson Trace makes a wide range of products designed to help make nearly any Glock pistol a better defensive firearm. Overall, Crimson Trace offers laser sights and light models that fit onto nearly 30 different GLOCK pistols, including these Gen-4 models: 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 37. For the Third Generation Glocks, Crimson Trace products are available to fit these models: 17, 19, 20, 20SF, 21, 21SF, 22, 23, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37 and 38. Many of the Lasergrips models when installed onto Glock pistols do not require the purchase of a new holster. To search Crimson Trace Glock compatible products by Generation or pistol model number, visit www.crimsontrace.com and look under the Glock product section.

Crimson Trace laser sights for Glock pistols are available with Instinctive Activation in the rear or in the front. Battery life can last for up to 4 hours of continuous use. Most of these laser sight models also incorporate master on/off switches to help conserve battery life.

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