Crimson Trace Launches Additional Laserguard Pros

Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro light laser combo LL-801 for S&W Shield
Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro light laser combo LL-801 for S&W Shield
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Wilsonville, OR -( Crimson Trace, America’s leader in making laser sights standard equipment on all self-defense firearms, announces the release of the company’s newest additions to the rapidly growing Laserguard Pro product line—the LL-803 (red) and LL-803G (green laser sight) for Glock’s compact 42 and 43 model handguns. Other Laserguard Pros—models LL-801 and LL-801G that are engineered to fit Smith &Wesson’s M&P Shield pistols—are also now in distribution channels.

Another newly released Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro—model LL-802 (red) and LL-802G (green) are designed for Springfield Armory’s XD-S pistol. Those Laserguard Pros will be released in the days ahead. Nearly a dozen new models of Laserguard Pros will be available through all Crimson Trace sales channels in the months ahead.

All Crimson Trace Laserguard Pros features a powerful red or green laser, are easily engaged with the company’s exclusive Instinctive Activation, utilize a bright 150-lumen LED white light, and are equipped with a master on/off switch for those wishing to save battery life or disengage the laser sight. The small and securely attached Laserguard Pros can operate in numerous modes: laser only, light only, laser and light and laser and strobe light modes with an easy-to-operate selection switch. Laserguard Pros are covered under Crimson Trace’s widely recognized Free Batteries for Life program. Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices are $279 for the Laserguard Pro red laser sights and $379 for the green laser sights. Blade-Tech holsters will soon be available for most Laserguard Pro and handgun combinations.

Crimson Trace continues to offer Laserguard laser sights in green and red diodes to equip pistols ranging from Taurus’ slim models 709 or 740 to Beretta’s Nano compact pistol. Laser sight shoppers can find full details—and make purchases—on the Crimson Trace website at The industry leading company has been manufacturing laser sights in Oregon for more than two decades.

Crimson Trace is widely recognized as the world’s leading brand of laser sight systems and tactical lights for firearms. All Crimson Trace products can be easily installed without requiring modification to the firearm—or special gunsmithing skills. The company offers more green laser sights for firearms than the rest of the firearms accessory industry combined.

Full details on the 225-plus Crimson Trace products, and the Wilsonville, Oregon headquartered company, can be obtained by visiting or by calling 800-442-2406.


Crimson Trace, based in Wilsonville Oregon, is the acknowledged world leader for laser sighting systems and tactical lighting for firearms. The company offers more than 200 products and its award-winning innovations include: LiNQ, Lasergrips, Laserguard, Laserguard Pro, Master Series and Lightguard  –all with Instinctive Activation. The company’s product line also includes the Defender Series and Rail Master platforms. Crimson Trace proudly serves civilian, law enforcement and military markets around the globe.

More details are available at or by calling 800-442-2406.

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Mark Lee

The supposed value of the CTC units was a very compact laser built into the grips; I can’t see any particular value in an externally-mounted unit like these when competing products are so much cheaper – not for a dollars’ worth of plastic holding a 10 cent switch and a $10 laser diode, even if the injection-molding tool cost $25 grand to make. Today we can buy an off-the-shelf Kinetics LC-01 for $85.95 for a green laser & LED flashlight combo (20% off during the holiday sale using code “LANDOFFREE”). The again, there are the Streamlight clones on Amazon &… Read more »