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Crimson Trace Lasergrips for Smith & Wesson L and N Frame Square/Round Butt LG207
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Most Helpful Positive Review Not perfect for lefties, but still a great piece of equipment!
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...
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Excellent Crimson Trace Rubber Handgun Lasergrip N-Frame

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on February 25, 2014
I am most pleased with the Crimson Trace Rubber Handgun Lasergrip for N-Frame S&W revolvers that I bought at Optics Planet. This is a handgun I carry frequently as a back-up when hunting deer and hogs, and now I feel it provides more capability and safety. Optics Planet had the best price on this lasergrip by far, and the quality of the item is usual for Crimson Trace -- great. I was also impressed that Optics Planet completed my order and shipped very quickly. I am looking forward to hopefully doing more business with Optics Planet.
Pros: Great sighting aid, esp. in low light or when in awkward position
Cons: Wish it had as much cushion as Pachmyr grips, but still good....
Would recommend: Yes
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Crimson Trace Laser Grip LG207

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, MI Written on June 3, 2013
This was my third Crimson Trace laser grip. Bright red laser beam. Works great! Huge improvement in accuracy vs. iron sights. Zeroed for 50ft (17yd). As initially installed was close to being sighted in. Required very small adjustments. These are done with provided sub-miniature Allen wrenches. Not sure why so small easy to lose. Remember when adjusting laser sights, move the laser beam toward the pattern i.e. if shooting high & left, move laser beam up and to left.
Holds zero very well. If you get any dirt or oil on the laser lens, the beam gets diffused but can easily be restored to a precise dot using the provided small swab with a drop of Windex.
LG207 has hard plastic grip large size which works with both square or round butt S&W revolvers. Good for home defense use but Crimson Trace makes other models better suited for concealed carry.
Front RH mounted button on grips is very easily activated actually too easily typically activates laser when you just pick up the gun. Prefer activation buttons on my other rubber-overmold Crimson Trace lasers that require a firmer, more deliberate grip.


Pros: Bright, holds zero, well designed, perfect fit
Cons: sub miniature adj screws...
Would recommend: Yes
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CT Lasergrips

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on July 21, 2012
First unit sent didn't work out of the box and sent back. Replacement was fine. Relatively inexpensive CT unit for my S&W K frame that makes it a first line home defense weapon for me and the wife. Plastic grips are a bit slick but OK. Can't beat for the price.
Pros: Great value
Cons: grips are slick...
Would recommend: Yes
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LG-207

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 5, 2008
Was easy to install. Works well in normal daylight, but not well in bright sunlight. Easier to see on light target as opposed to dark target.
Cons: Not easy to see in bright sunlight...
Would recommend: Yes
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Not perfect for lefties, but still a great piece of equipment!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on January 4, 2008
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 gun...
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