Crimson Trace Modular Fore Grip Lasers

Priced: $399.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Crimson Trace Modular Fore Grip Lasers -
Crimson Trace Corporation takes seriously the life-saving potential and crime-deterring influence offered by laser gun-sight technology. All models have more than four hours of run time and a battery shelf life of five years. Range: 30 ft. in broad daylight. Three-year warranty.
AR-15 Vertical Fore Grip – Combines three tactical tools into a single, modular package. Activate the light and laser quickly with the dual-side integrated pressure switches. Laser and light have three independent modes: momentary, strobe and constant on. Light has replaceable LED and a rotating bezel for selectable high or low light output. Fore grip is CNC-machined from 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum and hard-anodized. Pin-locked, channel-fitted butt-cap attachment. Fits Picatinny 1913 or similar accessory rails. Powered by two CR-123 batteries.
Weight: 10.2 oz. with batteries.
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Crimson Trace Modular Fore Grip Lasers Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Worth the investment

My local gun shop told me to look online for what I want & they will order it in. I found this at Cabela's online & ordered straight from the online store. It came quickly & is everything I expected and more. This is a great product at a great price. Thanks for offering it at your online outlet store.
LeadK9 at Cabelas on 01/08/2013

Nice add on

No the gun looks very nice
Mark0money at Cabelas on 01/29/2013

Negative Reviews:

a Crimson Trace disappointment

Crimson Trace gets high reviews almost everywhere I look, but I must say this product is a disappointment. The problem is sighting in the laser: you cannot get the adjustment tool into the screw head for the elevation adjustment when it is mounted to a quad-rail. The screw head points straight up out of the top of the laser, which puts it directly underneath the side rails. Had to shoot, then take the grip off the rail, guess at an adjustment, remount the grip, shoot again, etc. etc. Finally got it close, but not really where I want it and went thru alot of wasted ammo guessing at my adjustments.
shoostingstick at Cabelas on 06/04/2013