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Crimson Trace Lasergrips for Smith & Wesson L and N Frame Square/Round Butt LG207 is currently on sale with fast shipping. Plus your total satisfaction is guaranteed when you purchase Crimson Trace Lasergrips for Smith & Wesson L and N Frame Square/Round Butt LG207 and other Laser Sights by Crimson Trace.

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Average Ratings
Overall rating
4.7 / 5
Easy To Set Up 4.7 / 5
Usability 4.6 / 5
Features 4.7 / 5
Value for your money 4.6 / 5
Meets expectations 4.9 / 5

Not perfect for lefties, but still a great piece of equipment!

Product Ratings
Overall rating
4 / 5
Easy To Set Up 3 / 5
Features 4 / 5
Meets expectations 4 / 5
Usability 5 / 5
Value for your money 3 / 5

Author: kowalsky442 {!} from Cleveland, OH on Jan 4, 2008
Pros:  Installation and laser setting are relatively easy
Cons:  Slight asymmetry in the grip, took some time to get a good 10yd sadjustment.
Would recommend:  yes

kowalsky442 wrote:

I bought these after a friend recommended them (although his was not a k/l frame pistol). I use it on a S&W 686+ 7-shot .357mag, and I really do like having it there. Installation was easy -- it's a solid grip, and it put together in no time. The laser is adequate, although the laser activation button will bother lefties more than righties, as will the asymmetries the grip has (have you picked up that I'm a lefty yet???) After install, there were some inor headaches calibrating -- getting a alser parallel to the barrel was tough (sometimes making the laser reflect off the pistol itself), but with a little patience and re-eating got it where I wanted it. Unfortunately, the grips are probably more pricey than they should be... Considering these grips don't have significantly more intricate equipment than a $2.99 laser pointer (add $0.49 for duct tape to calibrate it to your gun!). Yes, the grips are quite sturdy and I'msur the laser mechanism is much more shock resistant than a professor's pointer, but my MBA is nagging me that a significant price cut could easily make up for the decreased per-unit profit by increased volume of sales. Overall, it's pragmatic, aesthetically pleasing, and solidly built while being reasonably light and well-weighted. My biggest complaints are the earlier mentioned anti-lefty-bias, twaking the laser's targeting, and having the laser hold itself locate right behind and slightly under the chamber (expect to be cleaning exploded gunpower out of it fairly often and following that up with trying to then clean the cleanser/oil off the laser's front). It's a good product, but not for everyone. I'm glad I bought mine, but I could see soem folks getting disappointed with it for the dollar amount it currently sells for.

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Reviews - Crimson Trace Lasergrips for Smith & Wesson L and N Frame Square/Round Butt LG207 Reviews - UPC: 610242002078