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LG-344 Lasergrips® for Ruger GP100 and Super Redhawk

SKU# 01-1790

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Price:   $329.99



Availability: In stock

Laser Sight for Ruger GP100 and Super Redhawk

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Laser Sight for Ruger GP100 and Super Redhawk
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Crimson Trace LG-344 Lasergrips for Ruger GP100 & Super RedhawkCrimson Trace LG-344 Lasergrips for Ruger GP100 & Super Redhawk
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Crimson Trace LG-344 Lasergrips for Ruger GP100 & Super Redhawk red laser sight for Ruger GP100 & Super Redhawk

LG-344 laser sights feature Crimson Trace’s® rubber-overmold construction around a sturdy polymer grip frame. Providing equal comfort and control compared to stock Ruger grips, the LG-344 is compatible with Ruger wood panels (Super Redhawk). Lasergrips® with your Ruger revolver are ideal for personal protection from threats walking on four legs as well as two. Fits GP 100 & Super Redhawk, including Alaskan. Stock wood panels from GP 100 will only fit LG-344 Lasergrips® if you have a GP 100 with adjustable rear sights. The fixed sight panels are too small, but you may purchase compatible panels from Ruger.

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Product Platform Lasergrips®
Material Polymer
Attachment Grip Replacement
Activation Location Front Activation
Sighting Factory Sighted at 50'
Master On/Off Switch 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
Wrench Size 0.028
User Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Finish Polymer Grip with Rubber Overmold Activation Pad
Installation User Installed
Warranty Three Year Full Warranty
Color Black
Dot Size Approx. 0.50" at 50'
  1. 2016 Review by Sal

    I don't understand the comments about not being bright enough. Mine puts a dot out at a good distance outside in the daylight. I also don't understand the comments about too much pressure needed to activate. In fact, I find it difficult not to activate.

    (Posted on 10/27/2016)

  2. Activation button should be changed Review by Butch

    Installation is easy. Sighting is easy. Laser could be brighter. Maybe green would be better. The big problem is the activation button. It should protrude a little more. I put a piece of self stick felt on it to make it easier. "Change the button". Make it easier to activate. It's a high price to pay for something you have to tweak on your own. (Posted on 2/13/2016)

  3. Good feel, easy install. Crimson Trace is the best customer service, Review by Larenzo

    Bought the grips in 2011 and no issues at all. Super Redhawk, 44 mag. topped with Leopold 2X silver scope makes sighting the red laser dot at long distances, 20 to 100 yds, easy. (Posted on 1/28/2016)

  4. too hard to activate. Review by knfmkr

    I can not exert enough pressure to activate unless i use two fingers and use a tight grip.(which tends to throw my sight picture off.I am 78 so not sure that the problem might come from grip streaght.Althogh the girl at Ruger that i talked to said she had had the same problem with her grips.The not very good answer to the problem is to use a tight grip (unusually tight)and to cover the trigger finger of the right hand with the index finger of the left hand which throws the sight picture off when activating!!!!!This occurred with all 4 lasers i have had.Do not know the answer but seems that the activate button is not getting full contact unless straight back pull is used as if trigger finger alone is used very little pressure is needed.Thank you. knfmkr (Posted on 11/28/2015)

  5. Laser works well, grips are not as specified! Review by Bill

    The laser works very well, as good as the one on my Beretta 92F. The problem is with the fit. I prefer to have the existing wood panels on the grip. After trying to install them for over an hour I gave up, they WOULD NOT FIT AS STATED in the specs, and yes my GP100 has adjustable sights. (Posted on 5/17/2014)

  6. Problem with keeping laser clean Review by richard

    Following up on my earlier review where I compared the brightness of the LG-344 on my GP-100 to the laser on my Kimber crimson trace pro carry II. I have finally realized (I must be slow) that the problem I am experiencing is inherent in pistol vs revolver applications. The laser on my Kimber remains clean and bright because it is not exposed to burnt powder, etc from the cartridge. The laser lens on the grip on my GP100 however is blasted by the spent gases from the rear of the revolver chamber with each shot. The lens gets dirty very quickly and although I clean it with the cottonwool cleaners, it doesn't last very long. Hence the fading away of the laser brightness. I do install new batteries and it makes no difference. Bottom line is that I'm not impressed by laser grips on revolvers, it seems that they should be located under the barrel. IMHO. (Posted on 10/5/2013)

  7. Great Product for Middle Aged Eyes Review by Jeff

    Purchased for a duty weapon, this old timer won a shooting competition with these grips - then was disqualified for unfair advantage. I'll take any advantage in a gunfight. After several years of use the laser module diode became non-functional causing the lasergrips to dim. Product was returned to Crimson Trace for repair and was replaced - great customer service. The original wood inserts didn't fit well, but I replaced them with Altamont rosewood insert panels which fit better, not perfect, for the classic Ruger GP-100 look. I prefer the feel of Hogue rubber grips but these feel almost as good even thought they are not finger grooved. The bottom line is that I (a middle aged shooter) shoot better and quicker with this product. (Posted on 5/3/2013)

  8. GP-100 Lasergrips - Great Product Review by Joe

    These lasergrips are an excellent product. I was a little apprehensive about replacing the comfortable factory Hogue grips, but I can shoot hot .357 hunting rounds without any major discomfort to my hand.

    The master switch is nice because it gives you the option to turn them off if you don't want/need the laser. You don't need it on for hunting and you may want to switch it off depending on the home defense scenario as it unfolds to keep your position low key. The factory open sights are difficult to use in low light conditions which is where this product shines. For an intermediate shooter like myself, accuracy is almost identical using the laser compared to open sights.

    I did have to determine the exact range I wanted the laser zeroed, being that the point of origin is low and to the right, so I set it up dead nuts for 20 feet for home defense use. Adjustment is simple with supplied hex wrench. So far it has held zero well after shooting roughly 300 rounds.

    I am very happy with my Crimson Trace lasergrips.
    (Posted on 11/12/2012)

  9. laser is very dim Review by mecheng1

    Compared to my other CT lasers, the LG-344 on my Ruger GP-100 is very dim and weak. I have tried new batteries and careful cleaning but the laser is still small and dim. It is particularly bad when compared to the LG-401-P1 on my Kimber which is really excellent. I'm in a quandry as to what to do, because I love CT products. However I can't recommend this one. (Posted on 10/29/2012)

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