Crimson Trace Lightguard for Smith & Wesson M&P Now Shipping

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    Lightguard LTG-770 mounted on a S&W M&P M2.0 (Crimson Trace)

    Crimson Trace has announced that their Lightguard LTG-770 weapon light designed to be fitted to the  M&P Shield, from Crimson Trace’s parent company Smith & Wesson, has begun shipping. The light weight 110 lumen white light with fit both first and second generation M&Ps.

    Here’s Crimson Trace’s announcement:

    Crimson Trace® today announced that it has begun shipping the Lightguard® LTG-770 light, designed for secure fit onto the popular Smith & Wesson® M&P Shield® pistol. This easy-to-install light secures onto the pistol’s trigger guard and is activated with dual-side Instant Activation™ pads. The bright 110-Lumen LED white light Lightguard is powered by two 1/3N lithium batteries which can be easily replaced using the rapid-change battery cap on the light’s exterior. The Lightguard offers constant light and strobe modes and delivers an extremely light weight of just 1 ounce (approximate) with the batteries installed.

    The new Lightguard LTG-770 light is designed to fit onto Smith & Wesson M&P Shield and M&P Shield M2.0™ pistols in 9mm and 40S&W calibers. Customers can purchase the lights in retail stores and outlets soon, as well as on commercial websites that sell Crimson Trace products, and at the company’s online store at www.crimsontrace.com. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price is $89.

    Crimson Trace continues to expand the tactical, mounted, remotely activated and other light options for America’s firearms owners. The company recently released several new Tactical Lights for use on long guns and continues to offer numerous models of lights paired with laser sights under its popular Rail Master®, Rail Master® Pro™, Laserguard® Pro™, and LiNQ® product lines, as well as others. These innovative products are easy to install and operate and provide up to 900 lumens of white light output.

    Crimson Trace leads the firearms accessory category by providing laser sights, lights, riflescopes and electro-optics sights through 2,500+ dealers across America. Those dealers include gun stores, ranges, big box outlets and numerous on-line retailers. Crimson Trace products can be easily installed without requiring modification of the firearm — or special gunsmith skills.

    Check out Crimson Trace’s website for more information.

    Matthew Moss

    Matthew Moss – Assistant Editor.

    Matt is a British historian specialising in small arms development and military history. He has written for a variety of publications in both the US and UK he also runs www.historicalfirearms.info, a blog that explores the history, development and use of firearms. Matt is also co-founder of www.armourersbench.com, a new video series on historically significant small arms.

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