LG-994 Master Series™ 20th Anniversary Lasergrips® for 1911

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Here’s something I would love to see in Airsoft: Crimson Trace’s great range of laser products, especially for pistols such as the 1911 and Glock series.

This is a very special lasergrips marking their 20th Anniversary of which only 1000 will be sold.

This piece show the craftsmanship and care taken in creating such a beautiful and unique piece of carved wood:

LG-994 Master Series™ Lasergrips® are designed to celebrate Crimson Trace’s rise to prominence as the premier laser sight brand for personal protection handguns. Machined to fit seamlessly while bringing both artistry and rugged engineering to John Browning’s classic 1911 design, these are perhaps the finest 1911 grips available anywhere. Limited to a production run of 1000, each model is individually numbered and features a 20th Anniversary medallion. The side panels are created from a unique, limited edition “Applejack” finished wood, and are housed in a limited edition keepsake gift box. Each unit includes a Certificate of Authenticity. As with the rest of the Master Series line, the LG-994 features a compact laser diode, which allows them to be compatible with ambidextrous safeties. Laser is activated via a Front Activation button, and feature Crimson Trace’s famed Instinctive Activation™, which allows the unit to be activated when held in a normal firing grip. Designed to fit 1911 and 1911A1 full-size frames with grip screws measuring 3-1/16” apart.

More photos and info at Crimson Trace website.


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