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LG-426 Front Activation Lasergrips® for Sig Sauer P226

SKU# 01-2480

Availability: In stock

Price:   $349.99



Availability: In stock

Laser Sight for Sig Sauer P226 Pistols

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Laser Sight for Sig Sauer P226 Pistols
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Crimson Trace LG-426 lasergrips for Sig Sauer P226Crimson Trace LG-426 lasergrips for Sig Sauer P226
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Crimson Trace LG-426 lasergrips for Sig Sauer P226 red laser sight for Sig Sauer P226

LG-426 laser sights for Sig Sauer P226 semi-automatics feature Crimson Trace’s® latest technology for this proven law enforcement and civilian handgun. Incorporating technology first used on Crimson Trace’s MILSPEC version Lasergrips® for the Beretta M9, the LG-426 features a front activation laser switch and rugged grip texture. The LG-426 also incorporates a smaller laser diode housing for greater holster compatibility.

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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. Sig P226 side activated Review by Ed

    I have a Sig P226 MLK 25 and I have the side activated laser grip and it works great and very accurate. (Posted on 1/23/2020)

  2. Bummed out Review by Justin

    I have six different Crimson Trace laser grips and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE them. I just got a Legion P226 and bought the grips for it. When they arrived I couldn't make them fit. I got on the internet tonight and found out I have a Legion P226 SAO model. These grips won't work. I am hoping someone can send me to a link for the grips I need/want.

    Thanks. (Posted on 5/20/2018)

  3. Bad activation Review by Sig Man

    Having other CT laser grips on other pistols I was sure the grip for my P226 had gotten a bad rap for its activation button. I went ahead a purchased it and just like others I had the same issue with its activation. Having purchased from a gun show I was unable to return or exchang it . As much as I hate glueing something to it, I have. My wife had some little half glass beads she used for clothing decorations and they were the perfect fit to the small indention. 1 small drop of super glue and it functions as well as all my other laser grips. One would think CT would have fixed this issue seeing how they know about it. (Posted on 10/3/2016)

  4. Bad design and process defect Review by pepper

    Molded beneath the external rubber button is a truncated or flat cone. When pressed this switches on the laser circuit on a plastic contact pad. The problem is that the tip of the cone is underfilled, short, or misshapen. Because there is a space this requires greater pressure to activate it. This could be trapped gasses in the mold at the tip of the cone. It could be not enough molding injection pressure as this area fills. It could be rubber that is not climate controlled and has moisture on its surface, or a host of other molding parameter or material ingrediant issues.This is a manufacturing defect: either process or materials. From inside the grip you can gently peal away the plastic contact pad from the rubber cone. (Posted on 9/18/2016)

  5. Fantastic! Review by n/a

    I've had the Lasergrip on my P226 for several years and am completely satsified with it. Once I had the aim zero'd in it never deviated. And when shooting it helps with immediate feedback on how still (or not) I hold the gun. (Posted on 9/13/2016)

  6. Don't waste your money Review by Steve

    Front activation is difficult to operate and even with a death grip on the P226 it flickers on and off. I refuse to pay good money for an item and then be told to modify it by gluing a rubber pad over the button. No reason why they cannot make a button that is easier to activate. I have returned this item. (Posted on 9/10/2016)

  7. Same problem with activation Review by Old Dude

    My middle finger does not activate the button unless I shift my hand and make an effort to do so. Under recoil the laser goes off. Kind of a useless expensive toy. I put my regular Sig grips back on and use a rail mounted laser from another company instead. Works much better.

    You would think that they are aware of this problem, common to all and do something about it. It would not take much engineering to make the button more prominent of supply something to put over it. I have nothing to glue on it since I do not collect rubber or own anything but Elmer's glue. (Posted on 7/3/2015)

  8. OK if you have fat fingers or wear gloves to bed Review by Pepper

    I bought 2 of these and returned them. There is no finger groove to capture and hold your middle finger on the activation button under recoil. It can slip off the small button holding single/weak hand, especially w/ 40 S&W. The hard polymer (plastic) does not help grip and the checkering is good for zesting lemons because that is all this design is good for. My left hand middle finger is smaller and falls above the activation button. The side activation model (though rubber overmold) is problematic: I had to tape over the palm side button which is doesn't make contact & is useless and activate the button on the other side. (Posted on 8/2/2014)

  9. The laser was right on with the sights, Review by Chazz

    After installing, I went to the range and the laser was right on with the steel sights, I have had no problems with any part of my laser on this gun or my other 3 guns, (Posted on 5/10/2013)

  10. Suggested Improvement for Activation Review by Dj

    I also had problems activating the front button. Customer support suggested gluing a rubber pad over the button. I cut a circle from rubber that was about 2mm thick. Glued it on and was very pleased with the result. (Posted on 11/8/2012)

  11. Diffucult Activation Review by OhioM4

    The LG426 product was easy to install and looks well made. The problem I have on my SigP226 is that the front activation button is very difficult to actuate to the point of being useless. I have large hands and long fingers so that may be part of the problem. I feel like I have to grip the pistol unnaturally to activate the laser. I think the LG-326 side activation would have been a better choice. Unfortunately, I purchased the item from a gun show vendor and have no warranty recourse. This could be an excellent product but you should definitely try before you buy. I will be taking them off my SIG and look for something that actuates more naturally than the front button version. (Posted on 7/14/2012)

  12. improved trigger control Review by dansig

    i've shot 2000 rounds with this laser and it has been flawless. i had to remove to do deep clean and when reinstalled it held zero. Using it has definitely improved my trigger control. (Posted on 7/1/2012)

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