Crimson Trace was awash in new products at the 2015 SHOT Show. Laserguards for the M&P Shield, Compact, and an integral laser for the Bodyguard and other firearms meant there was a lot to cover. However, two products caught the most attention: The green Rail Master laser, and the Laserguard for the Glock 42.
Green lasers are easier to see in the daytime, but suffer from worse battery life:
Like optics on rifles, the cost of a quality laser for your handgun will be a significant percentage of the cost of the firearm itself:
The Glock 42 laser makes for a very small and tidy package, able to be carried most anywhere, in any type of outfit:
The Glock 42 laser, like all Laserguard models, does change the outline of the handguard: