“This product’s unique design enhances the ability for quick target acquisition on a small firearm platform,” said Eric Petterson, Crimson Trace Director of Engineering. “This precision design will also provide a from-the-factory feel in the hand.”
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As the press release notes, Crimson Trace Lasergrips feature Instant Activation, a master on/off switch, and the laser sights are adjustable for windage and elevation with a provided wrench. These laser sights are also sold complete with cleaning accessories, batteries and a product specific easy-to-search owner’s manual to aid with installation and set-up.
The Lasergrips LG-646 are crafted of durable polymer with exterior raised dot texturing on each side to duplicate the stock panels on the Bersa Thunder CC. In addition, the LG-646 comes with a rear activation pad. Just hold the pistol and the laser will instantly activate. Meanwhile, the wrap-around one-piece design has a backstrap and two side panels that are set in place with the factory screws. One side panel has the Crimson Trace name molded into it. Each side has a CTC logo embedded. The LG-646 is covered under Crimson Trace’s “Batteries for Life” program.
MSRP is $279.
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For more information, please visit http://www.crimsontrace.com
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by Personal Defense World / May 28, 2015