SIG Sauer LIMA5 Laser Grip Module

SIG Sauer Electro-Optics launched their new LIMA5 Laser Grip Module. It is basically a frame for SIG P320 and P250 pistols incorporating an integral laser sight.

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As you know both SIG P320 and P250 have their serial numbers on the fire control assembly. The latter is considered the firearm and the actual polymer frame is legally not a firearm. That allows swapping different kinds of frames still having one firearm, and the LIMA5 is another frame option with integrated laser sight. Its seamless design makes it compact, stealth and slim. It comes with either a red (Oclaro) or green (Osram) laser options.


The laser itself is in the dust cover portion of the frame, but the single CR-1/3N battery is inside the backstrap of the grip. That feature allows the user to easily change the battery. The laser switch button is located on the front portion of the grip and it is actuated when the gun is gripped. Reportedly, screws under the dust cover are mounting platform provision for a future flashlight to be integrated there. That explains why LIMA5 does not have an accessory rail under the laser.

LIMA5 is available through a number of dealers. Right now it is priced $199.99 for the red laser and $299.99 for the green one in .

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  • BattleshipGrey

    I’ve been wondering when something like this would come about. I figured a white light would be first but I can’t always be right. 🙂

    • b0x3r0ck

      I always figured it would have been a combo white/laser.

  • LazyReader

    waiting for 1911 like that

  • Reef Blastbody

    Now do one of those insanely bright LEDs with a pressure switch. IMO, lasers are a crutch.

    • Sunshine_Shooter

      Agreed, though I’ll still be interested to see what they do for a white light.

    • HSR47


      Apart from very specific circumstances (e.g. IR laser with NV), lasers are pretty much worthless. Flashlights are always worthwhile.

    • Harry’s Holsters

      They work well for people with very poor vision. Definitely not a good solution for most people but they do have their place.

  • CoastieGM

    Does it fit into current P320 holsters?

    • Harry’s Holsters

      It might but looking at it I don’t think so. I’m sure sig will have their own holsters out soon and if they’re smart they’ll send it to some guns to mold makers.

  • Matt R

    Cool idea, but a light is a better idea. Ya know the old “know your target and what’s beyond” not put a red dot on what you might think is your target.

    • JSmath

      That goes hand-in-hand with “point your gun at your target before you actually know it’s an acceptable target”, too, right?

      • Ebby123

        Red herring. Under no circumstance is NOT having a light superior to having a weapon mounted light.

        There’s plenty of spill to illuminate a dark room while keeping the gun pointed at the floor, even a modest 50 Lumen rail-mounted light.

        • JSmath

          You need to slow down and learn English before you attempt to use words or phrases that you clearly you don’t understand.

          • Ebby123

            Matt R accepts your apology (I’m sure). I take your attempt to abruptly change the subject as an acknowledgement that your first comment was out of line.

          • JSmath

            There is no apology to be given, and there was no attempt to change the subject. You’re the one who brought up red herrings, even if you don’t know what they are.

            If you can be bothered to carry and manipulate a pistol-mounted flashlight, you can be bothered to have and use a flashlight that doesn’t risk NDFs.

          • Ebby123

            Says the anonymous stranger on the internet. You’ll understand if I don’t submit to your imaginary authority to make such a decree.

            Red Herring (noun) red her·ring:
            1- A dried smoked herring, which is turned red by the smoke.
            2- A seemingly plausible, though ultimately irrelevant, diversionary tactic.

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    We will get a Light. We will also get a Light/Laser combo.

    Its just good product strategy (for them not us) to introduce the cool thing that nobody would buy before the practical thing that everyone would buy. Its like the G42 coming a year before the G43. Nobody would have bought a G42 if the G43 came out at the same time. Now you have a G42 in the back of your safe gathering dust. You can put the laser grip next to it.

    • Harry’s Holsters

      That’s what I did lol! When people call glock stupid for coming out with the 42 I just shake my head and think you really don’t get it do you.

    • Evan Ferguson

      I prefer 42 over 43, as do many others. Shoots better, holds more ammo with mag guts, and way lighter. 43 is just another shield.

      • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

        I would actually agree with you about preferring the G42. It is a good bit smaller which is my main preference. The G43 is only .16″ thinner than a G26. Id gladly have 4 more rounds for only .16″ more. That and I can reload with a 15 rounder. The G42 actually has a reasonable size advantage.

        My comment was simply stating that many people bought a G42 only because the G43 wasnt announced/available yet who would not have if they had been released together.

  • Chad Brown

    Outrageous pricing, as usual.

    • Ebby123

      Not really. Do you have any idea what a injection mold for something as complex as that grip frame costs? My guess is around $180,000. Then you pay for the electronics, laser, plastic material, and assembly.

      $200 isn’t half bad. Market value will likely be lower anyways.

      • Chad Brown

        You can get a grip module and a micro laser for $160.

  • Jim Slade
  • bull

    they should have gone with a laser in the guide rod instead,,,

  • CS

    I just wonder when someone will make a carbine chasis for the SIG p320 “SERIALIZED GUN PART”. Sig are you listening? Lone Wolf?

    • Ebby123
      • CS

        Not exactly. That’s a CAA roni. The Roni is a drop in frame where you insert the complete frame of another gun. Not what in mind here.

        The SIG 320’s mechanical parts are the serialized portion of the gun. To go from full size to compact means you just replace the plastic frame. What im suggestion here is, something like an MP5 body where you drop in the p320’s naked mechanicals and presto, a cheap SMG.