When Ruger designed the groundbreaking polymer-framed LCR revolver, it did so with the intention of Crimson Trace Lasergrips® compatibility and availability right out of the gates. The LG-411 greatly enhances the defensive capability of the lightweight LCR with a seamless fit and quality engineering. It will hold zero continuously without fail. Ruger’s commitment to endorsing Crimson Trace® laser sights is further validation that after the weapon itself, a laser is the best firearms investment you can make.
|Activation Location||Front Activation|
|Sighting||Factory Sighted at 50'|
|Master On/Off Switch||Yes|
|Batteries For Life||Yes|
|Battery Type||Two #2032 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||Rubber Overmold Grip|
|Warranty||Three Year Full Warranty|
|Dot Size||Approx. 0.50" at 50'|
Don't leave home without it. Review by DonVaBeach
I bought the Ruger LCR .357 magnum with factory installed laser grips. I always had trouble aiming my S&W .38 snubby, at over 10 feet or so.
My LCR, with the LG 411 grips.....allows me very accurate shooting out to 25 feet, which is as far as I go on the range.
I am saving my pennies to retrofit that little S&W model 36, as well as a couple other pistols that I own.
Outstanding, quality product. (Posted on 8/31/13)
Great Grips Review by Mel
Bought a set of these for the Ruger LCR 22 Mag. They fit perfectly, were easy to install and easy to use. (Posted on 5/24/13)
A must have item Review by cirrus20
I fired my Ruger 38LCR with Lasergrips for the first time last week and it was love at first sight. I am now trying trying to buy a Ruger 357 LCR and would not own that gun with out the lasergrips.
Get one, You will love it. (Posted on 3/3/13)
A Crimson Trace Question--- Review by Jim
Is the LG-411 LaserGrip suitable with the LCR-357?
My grips seem to be vry different from the LCR-38, and I am not sure it would fit my 357.
Jim (Posted on 1/26/13)
wonderful, outstanding product Review by Bucks
Wonderful, Outstanding Product! (Posted on 1/25/13)
A must-have...if I can make my girlfriend trade! Review by Casey
I have a Ruger LCR with a Trijicon tritium front sight, and I've been thrilled with the revolver as a carry gun. My girlfriend has the same pistol, with CTC laser grips. I've shot both more than once. I want hers! She won't give it up! I was always a skeptic about lasers, but on a carry gun, that we might use at across-car-hood distances, hers outshines mine (pun intended!) BTW...she won't budge, and refuses to trade! But I'm glad she's got it. She is very good with it. Thank you. (Posted on 1/4/13)
Ruger LCR .38 Review by Mwbutcher
This is my second set of crimson trace grips. My first was for a Kahr pm40 and just loved them. The factory installed grips on my LCR are exceptionally nice. Very fast and extremely intuitive to activate the laser. As a bonus, my LCR grips have a small on/off switch on the bottom of the grip which is very useful. So - another satisfied customer with yet another quality CTC product. I am 2 for 2 with this company and will definitely buy again when the time comes.
Midland, MI (Posted on 9/18/12)
Excellent Product! Review by scamboy
Factory installed on my LCR and previous CT product owner. My LCR is primarily used for home protection and knowing I have a laser to assist gives me better piece of mind should the situation arise. Worth the investment on any home/carry weapon. (Posted on 3/24/12)
Makes fast hits easier Review by bigkracka
I actually bought these on my Ruger LCR factory installed, saved $$'s that way. After using them on my S&W 442 I've been a fan. They make getting fast accurate hits easy. I'm more confidence in my carry system when I have a set of CT grips on it. You may not always be able to line up your sights(awkward position, weak hand, etc.) and the laser solves this problem. It's also visible in bright sunlight too. Definitely a plus for any carry pistol. (Posted on 12/18/11)