Crimson Trace Options for Glock Gen5 Pistols

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posted on August 31, 2017
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Crimson Trace wasted no time in producing laser sight options for the newly released Glock G17 Gen5 and G19 Gen5 semi-automatic pistols. Options include:

Laserguard laser sight LG-637 with red laser diode 
Laserguard LG-637G with green laser diode
Laserguard LG-639 (red) 
Laserguard LG-639G (green) laser sights
Laserguard LG-436 laser sight

The Crimson Trace Laserguard LG-452 green laser sight will also fit the Glock pistols.

In addition, the soon-to-be released Crimson Laserguard Pro with LED white light and laser diode—the LL-807 with red laser diode and LL-807G with green laser diode—will fit the new Glock G17 Gen5 and G19 Gen5 pistols. MSRP for Crimson Trace laser sights begin at $249 for the LG-637 laser sight. 

The Crimson Trace Laserguard family is one of many laser sight and tactical light products the company offers that securely fit firearms by Glock and many other manufacturers. The company now offers more than 30 laser sights, firearms lights, and combination units for installation on nearly all Glock pistols. 

For owners of the new Gen5 pistols, Crimson Trace’s Laserguard Pro laser sights combine a 150-lumen LED white light within a compact housing along with either a red (LL-807) or green (LL-807G) laser. Features of the Laserguard Pro include Crimson Trace’s Instinctive Activation firearm laser sight engagement system located under the trigger guard, a master on/off switch on most models, and easy-to-use elevation and windage adjustments. An adjustment wrench and battery are included in each package. All of these innovative products are covered under Crimson Trace’s Free Batteries for Life program.

Crimson Trace products for Glock pistols can also be easily installed without modification of the firearm—or special gunsmith skills.

For more information visit crimsontrace.com

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