LL-807G Laserguard® Pro for GLOCK® Full-Size and Compact pistols is a powerful green laser sight and 150 Lumen LED white light in a single compact unit. This illumination and targeting product is activated with Crimson Trace's famed Instinctive Activation™, which activates the unit via a front activation button when the pistol is held in a normal firing grip. The LL-807G features four modes of operation (see below), a Master On/Off Switch, is completely user-installed in moments with no modifications to the gun frame and the laser is user-adjustable for windage and elevation. Offers 2 hours of battery with a single CR2 Lithium battery.

This model will fit the following GLOCK pistols: Gen3 G17, G17L, G19, G22, G23, G24, G25, G31, G32, G34, G35, G37, G38, Gen4 G17, G19, G22, G23, G31, G32, G34, G35, G37 and Gen5 G17, G19, G19X, G45.

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LL-807G Green Laserguard® Pro for GLOCK® Full-Size & Compact

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Green Laser Sight and Tactical Light for GLOCK® Full-Size & Compact Pistols



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Green Laser Sight and Tactical Light for GLOCK® Full-Size & Compact Pistols

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Crimson Trace LL-807G Laserguard Pro for Glock Full Size and CompactCrimson Trace LL-807G Laserguard Pro for Glock Full Size and Compact
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Crimson Trace LL-807G Laserguard Pro for Glock Full Size and Compact Green Laser sight and white light for Glock full size and compact Green Laser sight and white light for Glock full size and compact

LL-807G Laserguard® Pro for GLOCK® Full-Size and Compact pistols is a powerful green laser sight and 150 Lumen LED white light in a single compact unit. This illumination and targeting product is activated with Crimson Trace's famed Instinctive Activation™, which activates the unit via a front activation button when the pistol is held in a normal firing grip. The LL-807G features four modes of operation (see below), a Master On/Off Switch, is completely user-installed in moments with no modifications to the gun frame and the laser is user-adjustable for windage and elevation. Offers 2 hours of battery with a single CR2 Lithium battery.

This model will fit the following GLOCK pistols: Gen3 G17, G17L, G19, G22, G23, G24, G25, G31, G32, G34, G35, G37, G38, Gen4 G17, G19, G22, G23, G31, G32, G34, G35, G37 and Gen5 G17, G19, G19X, G45.

Modes of Operation:

  • Laser + Light
  • Laser Only
  • Light Only
  • Laser + Light Strobe

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Product Platform Laserguard® Pro™
Material Polymer
Color Black
Activation Location Front Activation
Master On/Off Switch Yes
Attachment Trigger Guard
Battery Type One CR2 Lithium Battery
Finish Polymer Housing with Rubber Overmold Activation Pad
Installation User Installed
Laser Output 5mW Green Laser
Dot Size Approx. 0.50" at 50'
Laser Visibility Approx .5 Inch Diameter at 50 Feet
Laser Battery Life Over Four Hours
Activation Mode Pressure Activated
Light Output 150 Lumen LED White Light
Light Battery Life 2 Hours
Sighting Factory Sighted at 50'
User Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Warranty Three Year Full Warranty
Wrench Size 0.05
  1. Doesn't work well on Glocks with finger grove grips Review by Esdubya
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    Where's the full review I posted regarding how poorly these work and fit on a Glock 19 with finger grove grip? (Posted on 11/12/2019)


  2. Really nice light and laser BUT NOT for finger groove Glocks! Review by esdubya
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    The image shows it mounted on what appears to be a G-19 Gen 5 on which I'm sure it fits and FEELS very good. BUT, on a G-19 Gen 3, which I have IT'S TERRIBLE because the excessively large bump on the trigger guard pushes your index finger down to ride on the middle, high point of the finger groove 'hump!' And this is not just uncomfortable, but it completely throws off your grip! Now, maybe I should have thought about it, but, unfortunately I didn't and after I mounted it I thought that maybe I could live with the discomfort and get used to the misplacement of the finger and grip. But, not so. So I called CT and even though I've had it for only a short period of time, not even taken it out to the range yet to sight it in, well, sorry, too bad. No willingness whatsoever to take it back. So, if you have a finger groove grip model Glock, BE AWARE, it is NOT comfortable, and actually feels WORSE than having the bump UNDER the finger as some of their other models do. I did advise the person I spoke with that at the very least they should put a very noticeable warning statement on the product page "MAY NOT BE PRACTICAL FOR USE WITH 'FINGER GROOVE' GRIPPED GLOCK MODELS" so that others don't find out how uncomfortable trying to get used to this is. There are other sights with lights out there that have a very low profile activation, and why CT thinks this should be just fine for those of us who find out when it's too late to return it is just wrong and not helpful to any customer, especially one who owns several CT lasers. Caveat emptor, you've been warned! (Posted on 11/8/2019)


  3. Much better design than earlier CT lasers Review by Rockriver
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    Works flawlessly. Had an LG-452 before this that didn't work well (unreliable Instinctive Activation), but this LL-807G is a keeper! The green laser is visible in daylight. I don't need reading glasses at 3 AM in order to get a good sight picture. The green laser (if aimed at an intruder's face) and the light will almost certainly prevent someone from getting a proper sight picture on me in dark conditions. (Posted on 5/28/2019)


  4. It's the little things... Review by USMC617
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    Like the saying goes, it's the little things that count.

    In my opinion, the LL-807 series marks a substantial improvement over the earlier variant, the LL-803, as designed for the Glock 42/43. The latter, which is still an excellent product, has its instinctive activation button placed in the vertical just beneath the trigger guard, which is depressed when the shooter grips the firearm and activates the light and/or laser combo. The flaw in this design, however, is the way in which it requires the shooter to unnaturally modify their grip in order to accommodate this extra depth in this one spot, which tends to rest rather uncomfortably against the shooter's middle finger, and can result in fatigue during extended bouts of shooting. This is unfortunate, since one's hand is already struggling for real estate on which to grip, and the added material of the LL-803 does not help in this regard.

    Again, it's the little things. And while this will undoubtedly go unnoticed in a real-world defensive situation, I'm glad that CTC took the initiative to improve on their design of the LL-803's big brother, and have now placed the instinctive activation button just beneath the trigger guard in the horizontal, so that it lies nearly flush against the top of the shooter's middle finger rests when adopting a proper "high and tight" pistol grip. Even when paired with the much-maligned finger grooves of the Gen3 and Gen4 models, this is a vastly more comfortable design, and one that will likely be even more appreciated by owners of the new Gen5 series of Glocks.

    Overall, this is an excellent tool for those looking to take advantage of its features, and can be an invaluable addition to a home defense weapon if ever needed by members of a household who are not as firearm-saavy as those likely reading this review. (Posted on 4/9/2018)


  5. Improved Design Review by USMC617
    Rating

    Like the saying goes, it's the little things that count.

    In my opinion, the LL-807 series marks a substantial improvement over the earlier variant, the LL-803, as designed for the Glock 42/43. The latter, which is still an excellent product, has its instinctive activation button placed in the vertical just beneath the trigger guard, which is depressed when the shooter grips the firearm and activates the light and/or laser combo. The flaw in this design, however, is the way in which it requires the shooter to unnaturally modify their grip in order to accommodate this extra depth in this one spot, which tends to rest rather uncomfortably against the shooter's middle finger, and can result in fatigue during extended bouts of shooting. This is unfortunate, since one's hand is already struggling for real estate on which to grip, and the added material of the LL-803 does not help in this regard.

    Again, it's the little things. And while this will undoubtedly go unnoticed in a real-world defensive situation, I'm glad that CTC took the initiative to improve on their design of the LL-803's big brother, and have now placed the instinctive activation button just beneath the trigger guard in the horizontal, so that it lies nearly flush against the top of the shooter's middle finger rests when adopting a proper "high and tight" pistol grip. Even when paired with the much-maligned finger grooves of the Gen3 and Gen4 models, this is a vastly more comfortable design, and one that will likely be even more appreciated by owners of the new Gen5 series of Glocks.

    Overall, this is an excellent tool for those looking to take advantage of its features, and can be an invaluable addition to a home defense weapon if ever needed by members of a household who are not as firearm-saavy as those likely reading this review. (Posted on 4/9/2018)



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