The following is a press release from Crimson Trace
Crimson Trace, the recognized world leader in elevating laser sighting systems to standard equipment status on concealed-carry and personal defense firearms, announces two laser sights for GLOCK’s new Model 43 semi-auto pistol. The Laserguard®–LG-443 (red) and LG-443G (green)—laser sights serve double duty by fitting onto GLOCK’s Model 42 and 43 pistols. The new compact and thin profile GLOCK 43 pistol is designed for self-defense concealment while being chambered in 9mm. To keep the concealed carry characteristics, Crimson Trace’s Laserguard LG-443 and LG-443G laser sights will add little to the pistol’s overall size, profile or total weight.
The Laserguard LG-443 and LG-443G offer many accuracy and target acquisition advantages for those who have them installed on their firearms. The Laserguard LG-443 models feature: Crimson Trace’s proprietary Instinctive Activation®, adjustments for windage and elevation, and easy installation onto the firearm’s existing trigger guard without requiring any gunsmithing. The Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price for the LG-443 (red) is $229 and for LG-443G (green) is $299.
Crimson Trace makes a wide range of products designed to help make GLOCK pistols better defensive firearms. Overall, Crimson Trace offers 17 laser sights and light models that fit onto more than 20 different GLOCK pistols. Also available is the bright LED white Lightguard®—the LTG-736—that will fit onto 20 GLOCK Models.
Crimson Trace has more than two decades of laser sight product design, manufacturing and service to the shooting sports industry and to firearms owners around the globe. Based in Wilsonville, Oregon, the company’s goal is to make laser sighting systems standard equipment on every personal protection firearm in the United States. All Crimson Trace products are Proudly American. Full details are at http://www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.
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