The LG-452 Laserguard® is Crimson Trace’s first GLOCK green laser sight and is designed to fit seamlessly on the trigger guard of most Gen3 and Gen4 Full-Size and Compact GLOCK pistols. The LG-452 takes the brilliant low-light sighting capabilities of red laser sights to a new level. The human eye detects green more than any other color and Crimson Trace builds the brightest green laser available, making the LG-452 a versatile laser sighting system for all lighting conditions.
Providing over two hours of run time on a single (1) CR2 lithium battery, the green laser sight market has never seen such incredible battery life. Additionally, the LG-452 Laserguard platform is the most lightweight and compact green laser sight available for GLOCK pistols. The Laserguard is quickly and easily user-installed in minutes with zero alterations to the firearm.
In addition to the vibrant green laser, superb battery life, lightweight and compact engineering, the LG-452 features windage and elevation adjustments (with provided wrenches), and a Master On/Off switch which allows the shooter to completely power down the unit.
As with all Crimson Trace Laserguard models, the LG-452 features patented Instinctive Activation™ - a Crimson Trace exclusive. Instinctive Activation allows the operator to activate the laser by simply holding the firearm with a normal shooting grip. No one else can claim that. No one else builds them close.
Proudly Made in the USA.
|Activation Location||Front Activation|
|Master On/Off Switch||Yes|
|Attachment||Trigger Guard Attachment|
|Battery Type||One CR2 Lithium Battery|
|Finish||Polymer Housing with Rubber Overmold Activation Pad|
|Laser Battery Life||Over Two Hours|
|Activation Mode||Pressure Activated|
|Sighting||Factory Sighted at 50'|
|User Adjustable||Windage and Elevation|
|Warranty||Three Year Full Warranty|
|Dot Size||Approx. 0.50" at 50'|
Very Reliable Review by David
I purchased two of the LG-452 lasers over a year ago - one for my Glock model 22 Gen3 full size and for the Glock model 23 Gen4 compact that I carry concealed. Both lasers have held zero following battery changes. I found that the smallest grip on the Gen 4 didn't put my finger in the correct position to push the activation button. Adding the medium size backstrap corrected my grip to put the pad of my second finger directly on the button. The only problem with this laser is having to get new holsters to fit. Markng the exact location the bullet will go with a bright green dot day or night is a great aid in dry fire practice and stressed situations where it isn't possible to continuously watch the front sight while holding the gun on target. (Posted on 3/2/14)
LG-452 Laserguard Glock 17 Outstanding!!! Review by Danny
I have the red Laserguard for my Ruger LCP & my LC9 and they are GREAT! But the green Laserguard on my Glock 17 is over the top! You can see it at twice the distance even in bright daylight. GET ONE! (Posted on 11/9/13)
About to get a second one. Review by Scott
I've had this laser on my G19 for several months with no problems.
It is so well made that very soon I plan to get a second one for my G32.
I decided to spend the extra $$$ and get the green laser model LG452 and I don't regret it one bit.
The green laser is so bright that it also works well as a light at night.
I'm very impressed. (Posted on 8/15/13)
Absolutely Love this Laser! Review by normalstin
Just bought this for my Glock 19 gen 3. Quite expensive, but you get what you pay for. If you are looking for a laser, buy this and don't look back. (Posted on 5/15/13)
Great Product Review by IDPA_Tom
I bought this for a G23, and it's been working great so far. It's only about 4 months old, but I've put a few hundred rounds through the pistol in that time and the laser has held up perfectly. No drifting of the zero, even with some +P loads that were quite "snappy". The only downside I can say is that I will need to get a custom made holster. I'm very happy that CT has included an on/off switch, so that I can make sure the laser does not activate (and drain the battery) when the pistol is being transported, cleaned, etc. (Posted on 4/13/13)
Where's the light? Review by groucho121
Go for the green, everyday, hands down.
IMhO.....these types of tools on a handgun are much more effective with a strobing, nice BRIGHT light.
That's been my experience & not something I read on the net or in some magazine. (Posted on 1/26/13)
Masterpiece Grip & Lightguard on 1911 Review by Olaffub
I have a Kimber Custom II TLE 1911 with both the CTC Masterpiece laser grips and the Lightguard; what a combo! When I'm on patrol (in my bedroom); searching under the bed, behind the dressers, in the closet, etc. the light/laser combo is deadly! Watch out dust!
Ola (Posted on 11/12/12)
LG-452 Glock 19 Review by Nathan
Fits great! Green laser is highly visible and very visible in bright daylight. A must for your carry weapon! If they don't make a green for your gun, get a gun they make one for. I bought a holster for the 19 then traded my FNX-9 for a 19 as soon as I heard about the coming release of this laser. Not disappointed. (Posted on 9/25/12)
I don't have one yet!! Review by Richard
I have CT on all my handguns except one my Taurus Millenium 45 and on that one I have a somewhat bulky green laser with a bright tactical light built in. The green light is visible at 100 feet in bright daylight where the red is not. I'm wondering if the Green laser draws more power.
I will get a Green CT for my Glock 19. (Posted on 9/8/12)