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Crimson Trace LG411H LaserGrip Grip Ruger Black Rubber
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Model: LG-411-H
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 77977
UPC: 610242002603

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Crimson Trace is offering a FREE Tuff Products Inside-The-Waistband holster, bundled with this Lasergrip as one SKU. This Lasergrip greatly enhances the defensive capability of the lightweight Ruger LCR with a seamless fit and quality engineering. It features comfortable rubber overmolded grip with a rubber overmolded activation pad. The instinctive front activation has a master on/off switch and is adjustable for both windage and elevation. This model fits Ruger LCR hammerless revolvers (357 and 22LR).

Beam Intensity 633 nm
Dot Size .50" @ 16.667 yds
Power 5mW
Range 50ft
Battery CR2032 Lithium (2)
Color Red
Gun Model Ruger LCR
Pressure Pad

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Reviewed By: Clint N on 03/19/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hesitated to order this one because of fear it would not handle recoil as well. At first use, I did not like it. After adjusting grip, I now like it better than the Hogue grip; it conceals and draws better now, and recoil perception is fine.

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