Presenting LiNQ™: The World's First Wireless Laser & White Light System.

LiNQ combines a Green Laser Sight and 300 Lumen LED White Light with Instinctive Activation™ for AR-Type Modern Sporting Rifles (AR-15, AR-10, M4, M16, HK416). Utilizing a secure, individual wireless connection, LiNQ offers complete wireless control of the laser and light module. The replacement grip is ergonomically designed for quick activation and mode changes, eliminating the need to reach for the rifle's forend to operate. The green laser sight, coupled with a powerful tactical light, offers high visibility in all lighting conditions, making LiNQ the ultimate illumination and targeting solution.

4 Modes of Operation
>> Laser + Light
>> Laser Only
>> Light Only
>> Laser + Light Strobe

 ⚠ WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

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LNQ-100G LiNQ™ Wireless Green Laser Sight & Tactical Light for AR-Type Rifles

SKU# 01-5560

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Price:   $429.99



Wireless Green Laser Sight & 300 Lumen LED White Light Sighting System for AR-Type Modern Sporting Rifles

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Wireless Green Laser Sight & 300 Lumen LED White Light Sighting System for AR-Type Modern Sporting Rifles

3.3809523809524  |  21 reviews

Presenting LiNQ™: The World's First Wireless Laser & White Light System.

LiNQ combines a Green Laser Sight and 300 Lumen LED White Light with Instinctive Activation™ for AR-Type Modern Sporting Rifles (AR-15, AR-10, M4, M16, HK416). Utilizing a secure, individual wireless connection, LiNQ offers complete wireless control of the laser and light module. The replacement grip is ergonomically designed for quick activation and mode changes, eliminating the need to reach for the rifle's forend to operate. The green laser sight, coupled with a powerful tactical light, offers high visibility in all lighting conditions, making LiNQ the ultimate illumination and targeting solution.

4 Modes of Operation
>> Laser + Light
>> Laser Only
>> Light Only
>> Laser + Light Strobe

 ⚠ WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

Material Polymer
Color Black
Activation Location Front Activation
Attachment Grip Replacement
Battery Type Two #2032 Batteries
Finish Polymer Grip with Rubber Overmold Activation Pad
Installation User Installed
Laser Battery Life Over Four Hours
Activation Mode Pressure Activated
Sighting Factory Sighted at 50'
User Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Warranty Three Year Full Warranty
Wrench Size 0.028
Dot Size Approx. 0.50" at 50'
Light Specs 100 Lumen LED
  1. first of it's kind, and it will soon enough be imitated Review by josh

    The simplicity of being able to depress a ergonomically convenient button to illuminate and acquire a target is genius. The pieces of this technology have been available but either wires were needed or a pressure switch needed to be mounted somewhere your hands wouldn't otherwise NEED to be but this gives the goods without adding any new muscle memory to the equation. I like it so much I ordered a laser grip for my Sig Sauer Pistol. Hopefully the "free batteries" aren't more trouble than they're worth. Nevertheless I'm enjoying my purchase thusfar.
    (Posted on 6/22/2020)

  2. Using it on 5 AR15 builds's - all perfect Review by Tom

    Using it on 5 AR15 builds and all working perfectly! I will buy some more when they are back in stock. Thinking of using it on some Ruger PC Chargers. (Posted on 5/7/2020)

  3. Standby kills batteries in less than 30 days Review by Steve

    I actually like the LinQ very much but I don’t bother keeping batteries in the light laser module because it kills the batteries so fast. I have no desire to change the batteries the first of every month! (Posted on 4/30/2020)

  4. Activation button Review by Kbl

    The activation button in the pistol grip is ridiculous. It’s too small and difficult to press. (Posted on 3/28/2020)

  5. Bad Review by Roscelli

    I have never owned anything made by crimson trace this is my first. It has been a night mare from the beginning. Once I get all the bugs worked out and it is functioning properly I put it back in the safe. Then when I pull it out a week later it doesn't work! Then I remove the batteries and sometimes that helps but not always. I am very disappointed. However I have not tried contacting customer service yet that may change my mind. From what I have read online they try to make things right. I will see. (Posted on 3/21/2020)

  6. Great, laser. Great light. Bad grip switch and button. Review by Geneva

    Flashlight is brighter than you would imagine. Laser visible for as far as you would want to shoot. Problem is the "ON" switch and the laser activation button on grip. The laser activation button on the grip is too flat/shallow to be depressed easily. You need to really squeeze with just your second finger while trying to control your trigger finger. NOT easy when moving target to target. Causes early fatigue in trigger hand. Easy fix if you are into mods. RANGER BANDS or tire inner tube. The medium Ranger Band works great but would be perfect if a little wider. Bicycle inner tube can be cut to desired width. 1 1/4" wide piece of tube stretched over the activation button partially depresses the button and makes it much easier to depress and illuminate laser. I even added a small silicone pad like used on back of a kitchen drawer over the activation button and it contacts the back of the finger without needing to "find" the laser button. A small hole on back of button lets it slip over the laser activation button on grip. Touch of glue and VOILA! Laser now activates with the slightest touch. Spent a couple hours training with the mod and all stayed in place and worked perfectly! Even adds a bit of grip to the Crimson Trace grip. Should this be necessary? NO! But until Crimson Trace mans up and fixes the problem THIS is the best mod I have found. (Posted on 2/2/2020)

  7. Upset Review by Mark

    I too am like everyone else. The activation button on the grip is awful. The batteries are always dead every time I pull it out of the safe. I bought two of these two years ago. One for me and my son. I got 1200 dollars tied up in them and I feel like I got junk. I wish I could get my money back. It was a great idea and I have other CT items I absolutely love. But this may have turned me off from Crimson Trace for good. And what a pain it is to get batteries every month because it just drains them. Even when turned off completely. So as a home defense product. JUNK!!!! (Posted on 6/8/2019)

  8. Hate the activation button Review by Dave the Destructor

    Like everyone said before me, the activation button is terrible. I have to perform a death grip with extreme middle finger pressure to activate the thing. Put the button on the back of the grip and it would alleviate the issue like the LG-637G I had to put on my Glock 17 because no one makes a duty holster for the rail mounted ones.
    CT, you make some great products. The batteries for life is another great feature. But finding decent holsters is a ginormous issue for people, much less find one we like that will additionally fit your products. I know you aren’t in the holster business, but we can’t carry around weapons in our hands all the time because we like your products. Hopefully you can design some stuff that fits in standard holsters and work well. And also offer free trade in/upgrades to those of us who stay dedicated to your products after you fix the issues with first release products, like this stupid grip for the LNQ. (Posted on 1/18/2019)

  9. Great product Review by Repo

    Very happy with this purchase especially since I bought after price came down to a more reasonable one.. $600 was too much. My only issue with this is I don't like the feel of the pistol grip. I would like other options or sell me the electronics and let me instal them in my own pistol grip if I feel it's something I can handle. Other than that it's great.. (Posted on 12/27/2018)

  10. DOESN'T LIVE UP TO CRIMSON TRACE REPUTATION Review by falconhawkfan12

    Don't get me wrong, I LOVE my CT laser grips. When the Linq came out, I thought CT had another innovative product. The problem is the button on the grip is hard to activate. I thought it was because my fingers were too slim but now I see others have been mentioning the same thing. Also, if you let your rifle sit in the safe for over a day, the Linq goes into some kind of "sleep mode". (I'm not a techy so I'm not sure what to call it.) NOT good if you need to use the light or laser for a self defense situation. I guess it'd be a "fun" item to have if you're just out target shooting. I recommend any CT product except this one. (Posted on 10/31/2018)

  11. Probably the worst product crimson trace makes Review by Jason.B

    So I'm sure this review would t make it on their website but here goes.
    #1:It's too expensive, there's no need to pay this kind of money for a flashlight/laser
    #2: the batteries die every 2-3 weeks, I don't use the laser at all. It sits by my bed waiting to be used but still drains the cr123 battery like it's going out of style. I swap batteries on average every couple weeks and I know with 100% certainty that the day I have to use this laser the battery will be dead. I have to check it every night now before bed to make sure and that's wasting power.
    #3: the grip button is in a weird spot and you have to squeeze with a lot of pressure to activate it. Odds are you'll have issues when actually firing the gun with the laser button being released during strings of fire. I know I did
    #4: Come on this battery problem is seriously ridiculous
    #5: The grip angle isn't as good as even a Magpul grip so if you have an SBR your firing hand is angled awkward.
    #6: did I mention the cost of this thing plus the $100 a year in batteries you'll have to spend?

    Buy a standard grip and a stream light. (Posted on 7/7/2018)

  12. LiNQ Review by A.C.

    I had to return my original LiNQ because the battery cap on the module was stripped out. I contacted CT customer service and that day I received a RA#. within 2 weeks I had a whole new LiNQ sent to me and it's worked flawlessly. I would suggest if anything like others CT create a better grip, one smaller and a more pronounced, softer switch. Make no mistake about it, I would use this in a life or death situation without reservation. I highly recommend this product! (Posted on 6/10/2018)

  13. Less effort to keep laser on Review by Pooterjoe

    I have the crimson Trace grip lasers on my Beretta 92 pistol. With the military grip button on the front of the grip it requires a firm grip to keep the laser on. I added a small diameter round stickable cushion onto the grip button and it results in the laser staying on. Why in the world Crimson Trace doesn't improve the buttons with just a bit of elevation so finger positioning better works the laser. The new AR Wireless LINQ apparently has this problem of grip positioning not keeping the laser on. I will be ordering the AR LINQ even though I have the MVF-515 Foregrip with Green Laser that is great on my Colt 6940. (Posted on 3/23/2017)

  14. Needs refinement Review by BigHat

    This system has promise but also many flaws in it's current implementation. These are:
    1. Grip activation is poorly located and thus forces way too much attention on the grip than it should. How can you get it so right on pistol grips and so screwed up on this AR grip.
    2. The grip itself is marginal in terms of comfort during use, independent of the laser/light.
    3. Mine is fairly new and possibly I'm making a mistake, but there seems to be a serious delay in activation do to a sleep mode of some sort. If you need the laser and light in a home defense scenario, you typically need it NOW.
    4. My master switch on the grip seems to be always on no matter the position. Seems clear in the instruction manual that the full aft position should disable the system. It does not on my unit.
    5. I would await the Gen 2 version. (Posted on 2/16/2017)

  15. Deep sleep mode after 30 days Review by Carl

    Unfortunately, the sleep mode isn't documented in any of the product specs. I think the 30-day power-off is the major drawback of the system. It requires simultaneously pressing buttons on both the grip and the light to awaken. This is a major downside for weapons that may not be frequently touched. It results in inconsistent performance: only press the grip button if it's been less than 30 days, but also press light button if it's been more than 30 days. This is not ideal in a high stress situation.

    More details on the sleep modes:

    Sleep mode: Sleep mode occurs after 24 hours of inactivity. The LinQ light and laser will still power on with a press of the instinctive activation button, but with a 200ms delay.

    Deep Sleep Mode: After about a month of inactivity, the user will need to simultaneously press control buttons on both the pistol grip and forward module to wake up the LinQ.

    (Posted on 12/4/2016)

  16. Very nice overall! Will buy another. Review by Kevin R.

    Overall, a very nice product and I would like to buy a second unit. I do have some concerns and suggestions for improvements.

    First, the activation button is located on the front of the grip right below the trigger and is essentially activated by the middle finger, though it's really designed to activate by squeezing your entire hand on the grip. There is no tactical feel to the button and I think this is by design. Crimson Trace calls this Instinctive Activation, and it works quite well and reliably, but I would still prefer to feel a tactile switch under my finger.

    The main concern I have is squeezing your hand grip instinctively tempts you to also squeeze your trigger finger. This is a training issue, but it's still there, especially under stress. Squeezing the grip can also affect aim. I own a different (discontinued) light-only product that utilizes your free thumb to depress tactile-click buttons on the side of a modified Hogue grip. I like this arrangement better, although it is not ambidextrous.

    The Crimson Trace grip is hard plastic in feel and definitely isn't as nice as a Hogue or other aftermarket grips. This isn't a deal killer for me, but noticeable. Changing modes (light only, laser only, light/laser, strobing light with solid laser) is accomplished by depressing a small recessed button the side of the grip (there's one on each side so Lefties can rejoice). But the button is too small and recessed to do it with your grip hand, thus you'll need to lower your weapon and use your support hand. Further, you have to do this while SIMULTANEOUSLY depressing the Instinctive Activation button with your grip hand. In other words, it requires both hands and lowering your weapon to change modes. So changing modes really isn't something you can do on the fly; and you can't do it discreetly either because the light and laser turn on as you select the mode you want.

    The unit seems well built. Not sure if it's waterproof, but the battery compartments appear to be sealed as well as the buttons, so it appears to at least be rugged enough to withstand wet weather and splashes.

    One other thing: there is a very small (a few milliseconds) delay between pressing the button and the light/laser activating. This delay is very small and very acceptable, but it is perceptible. It's enough that you can't use the button to manually "strobe" the light at a very high rate. In comparison, my other radio controlled light has a very long activation delay (maybe 1/4 to 1/2 a second) which I feel is borderline unacceptable. Crimson Trace did a good job with their radio here.

    I'm very happy with this unit and would like to own another. (Posted on 12/1/2016)

  17. Excellent Product, but AR-15s with Suppressors will need a Riser Mount for the LiNQ Module Review by Clay

    I just got my LiNQ last week. Let me start by saying both the Grip and the Module are very easy to install and operate, and the System worked flawlessly right out of the box. I am very impressed with the System, and I would definitely recommend it.


    The only problem I am experiencing relates to the use of the LiNQ System with the specific set-up of my AR-15. Specifically, the light from the LiNQ Module not having enough clearance to shine unobstructed beneath my Suppressor and reflecting off of the Suppressor.

    I love the LiNQ System and I do not view this as a flaw in the System, but it is something that others with Suppressors should take into consideration.

    The problem is caused by the fact that the LiNQ Module (attached to the underneath part of the handguard rail at the forward-most position) is so slim, that the flashlight does not have enough clearance to shine below my Suppressor. In other words, when I turn on the flashlight, a large portion of the light is blocked by (reflected off of) my suppressor, which creates two problems for me: (1) first, it illuminates me with the backsplash light; and (2) second, it creates a giant suppressor-shaped shadow in my field of vision.

    My hope is that this issue can be resolved by installing a Riser Mount to the underneath portion of the handguard rail, which will create another 1/2" (or 1" if the 1/2" Riser isn't enough) of clearance for the light to shine without reflecting off of the Suppressor.

    I ordered a Yankee Hill Machine 5" Rail Extension Riser 0.5" Picatinny Mount (YHM-9474), which will allow me to mount the LiNQ Module approximately 3" further forward (closer to the muzzle) and will create 1/2" more clearance below my Suppressor.

    I think adding the Riser Mount will solve the problem with the light not having enough clearance to get underneath my Suppressor, but I'm a little concerned about how much that will throw off the accuracy of the Laser. Given the fact that the laser is sighted in at the factory at 50' (16.67yds), that is a fairly steep angle already. By moving the module another 1/2" to 1" below the barrel, I am concerned that the adjustment necessary to sight-in the laser at 50' will make the angle so steep that it will be useless beyond roughly 60' (20yds).

    I guess I'll find out when the Mount gets here ;) (Posted on 11/20/2016)

  18. Cutting edge Review by Zach

    I was looking to buy an ar15 and in the process of looking I picked up a rifle with this combo on it and loved it. The lasor is strong and easy to adjust. The light is very bright and holds a good beam. This is great for day and night shooting as well as home defense.
    (Posted on 10/27/2016)

  19. Best AR targeting system Review by Shackley

    I have used many laser targeting systems in my career the LiNQ system is one of the most innovative I have ever used. it has the right balance of tech verses functionality the grip activation placement is brilliant. it allows you to only activate the laser or light when you are ready not to compromise your position. I plan to purchase more of these unites in the future. Thank you Crimson Trace for being so innovative you guys Rock... (Posted on 10/25/2016)

  20. Perfect Laser/light, Pistol grip has problems Review by Sovereign

    The Green laser and 300 lumen white light are amazing. Day or night, the combo is perfectly effective. On the back of the laser/light housing is a soft rubber button that is easy to turn the combo on or off without having to use the pistol grip activation.

    The problem is simple. The activation on the pistol grip is not that easy to keep on. I found myself focusing too much on keeping the button depressed than on my trigger control. No good. I believe there is a solution to this issue. Instead of the activation being on the front of the pistol grip, why not put it on the back of the grip like a grip safety. No matter how you put your hand on the pistol grip, you will easily be activating the unit. Problem solved. (obviously, the pistol grip safety would not actually have a safety in it, just a way to trigger the linq wireless activation.)

    I say, keep the linq pistol grip in the package and just use the laser/light combo. This way you can put it on ANY rifle that has a picatinny rail and not be stuck with only an AR style rifle. I have no issue simply pressing the button on the back to activate the light/laser combo.

    I want to stress that the laser/light combo is amazing, and I would be happy if Crimson Trace would just sell the Linq laser/light by itself with no pistol grip for 100 less than the whole package is now.

    To be clear, I gave 3 stars, because half of the unit has a serious issue. I give the light/laser combo by itself 5 STARS. (Posted on 10/18/2016)

  21. LiNQ an Excellent New Product from CTC Review by LaVista Bill

    I had an opportunity to try at the LiNQ back in August and did a good deal of shooting with it in daylight, night and even inside a small cave set up as a range. The laser was easy to see in all environmental conditions and the 300 Lumen LED light really put out a strong beam. The instinctive activation is a no-brainer and the mode selection was easy and positive. If you are looking for a laser or tactical light for an AR platform, why not have both in the same unit...get the LiNQ! (Posted on 10/14/2016)

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