The flagship LG-401 is our most popular 1911 laser sight model for Government and Commander variants. Featuring a rugged polymer side panels and a rubber overmold activation button, these are the recommended Lasergrips for most 1911 shooters.Standard to Crimson Trace® Lasergrips, the LG-401 features instinctive activation. This means that the laser sight automatically springs to life when the weapon is held in a natural firing grip.
This Zombie Edition laser sight features our green "Z" graphic. Available for a limited time only!
|Activation Location||Front Activation|
|Sighting||Factory Sighted at 50'|
|Master On/Off Switch||Yes|
|Free Batteries For Life||Yes|
|Battery Type||Two #2032 Lithium Batteries|
|Laser Battery Life||Over Four Hours|
|Laser Output||5mW Red Laser|
|Activation Mode||Pressure Activated|
|Laser Visibility||Approx .5 Inch Diameter at 50 Feet|
|User Adjustable||Windage and Elevation|
|Finish||Polymer Grip with Rubber Overmold Activation Pad|
|Warranty||Three Year Full Warranty|
|Dot Size||Approx. 0.50" at 50'|
LG401Z Zombie Edition for the 1911 Review by Barry
Wow! My first service weapon as an Armor Crewman in the Army was a 1911 and I was sold! This grip takes my personal firearm to the level of personal shooting comfort we never imagined over 25 years ago. The Lasergrips give me quick aquisition of targets, help me refine my personal sight picture and provide a half-breath to identify and clarify targets. This is the way to go for firearms performance. The additional control is great! They also look really great on the military black pistol with the green zombi "Z"! (Posted on 1/28/13)
They work Review by Sheriff John
These really work well. The Lasergrip is easy to use and on target within seconds. You will only need them once, kinda like a parachute.
I have had them on my Colt Commander since it was new. On duty or off duty they are always standing by. (Posted on 6/15/12)
Zombie Grips Rock Review by JBird
"I got 99 problems, but a Zombie ain't one"
These look really good on my Smith 1911. (Posted on 6/9/12)