These top laser sights will help you put rounds on target fast.
Crimson Trace Grip LG 617
By attaching over the rear of the Glock grip, this laser did not interfere with holstering. It has a pressure switch centered in the rear of the grip and activates with no other action than just gripping the handgun. The grip is form fitted and pinned in place with the pin in the rear of the Glock’s grip frame. This is a Class 3R red laser that operates at a wavelength of 633nm at 5mW on two CR2032 or DL2032 lithium cell batteries.
A light/laser combo unit that will attach directly to a Picatinny rail on a carbine or the under-rail on a handgun. The unit has a multitude of programming features to set laser and light operation to include pulse and constant-on. This 100-lumen LED light/532nm wavelength Class 3A green laser operates at less than 5mW and runs off one CR2 lithium battery. Operation is conducted via a large pressure switch on either side of the unit.
A light/laser combo unit powered by one CR2 lithium battery. The LED light has a maximum output of 40 lumens and the red laser works at a wavelength of 640 (+/-) 40nm at 5mW. This Class 3A laser will attach to a Picatinny rail or the under-rail of a handgun. It is operated by a toggle switch from either side of the unit.
LaserMax Guide Rod Laser LMS 1141P
This pulsating red laser replaces the factory guide rod inside the handgun. It operates off three alkaline 393 batteries at a wavelength between 600 and 700nm at less than 5mW. A new slide lock is provided with the laser. By pushing this slide lock from left to right or right to left, the laser is activated.
LaserMax Rail Mount LMS-UNI-G
This is a pulsating green Class 3R laser, operating with a 532nm wavelength at less than 5mW. It is powered by two 1/3 N alkaline batteries and can be attached to the under-rail on a handgun or to a Picatinny rail. The activation switch is a sliding pad that can be pushed from left to right or right to left.
LaserLyte Rear Sight Laser RL-1
This red laser replaces the rear sight on the handgun. It has a small recessed button on the left rear of the sight for activation. It can be pushed once for constant-on and twice for pulse. The unit is powered by four 377 alkaline batteries.
This is an excerpt from Handgun Training for Personal Protection.