The Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro is a product of necessity.

Shooting in low-light situations often presents different targeting problems.

“If you have a firearm with just a laser on it, you see a lot of articles that talk about how you have to hold a gun in one hand and a light in the other,” Crimson Trace Media Relations Manager Mike Faw said. “How far apart do you hold them? What should you do with them? The other problem that comes up is what do you do with the light if you have to reload?”

Crimson Trace solves those problems with a light and laser in one package. The Laserguard Pro combines a red or green laser sight with a 150-Lumen LED white light in a compact unit.

We got our hands on a Glock 43 with the Laserguard Pro at the recent Athlon Outdoors Rendezvous in Gateway, Colo. Watch the video above to see how it ran.

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