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Crimson Trace Lightguard 100 lm White LED Tactical Weapon Light, Black for Glock 26, 27, 33 Pistols - LTG777
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Crimson Trace Lightguard 100 lm White LED Tactical Weapon Light, Black for Glock 26, 27, 33 Pistols - LTG777

$79.95
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SKU 773324
Model Number LTG777
Brand Crimson Trace
UPC 850002469325
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Product Details

Details

  • Type: Tactical
  • Series/Collection: Lightguard
  • Lamp Type: White LED
  • Battery Type: (2) CR2032 Lithium
  • Lumens: 100 lm
  • Light Modes: Constant/Momentary
  • Material: Polymer
  • Color: Black
  • For Use With: Glock 26, 27, 33 Pistols
  • Battery Life: 2 hr

Features

The LTG-777 Lightguard is a 100 lm LED White Light designed to securely fit around the triggerguard of GLOCK 26, 27 & 33 pistols. Featuring ambidextrous Instant Activation with constant and momentary modes, the LTG-777 offers over 2 hr of illumination with (2) 2032 batteries (included). With ruggedized polymer construction and a rapid change battery cap, this tactical light offers effective illumination for G26, G27 and G33 owners. A best-in-class weapon mounted light from the brand you trust for personal protection optics.

Features:

  • Front activation

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