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Identifying a Glock laser, help

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by walking arsenal, Jan 16, 2006.

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  1. walking arsenal

    walking arsenal Member

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    I have a customer in our shop who has an older style laser mounted on his glock.

    It's trigger guard mounted with four screws and appears to have a wire leading through the trigger guard to the pressure switch.

    The battery sits in the empty space behind the magazine well and uses a plug (missing) to hold the battery in.

    It does not look to be factory mounted, but does look to be installed by a smith.

    Can anyone identify the maker of this laser?
     
  2. walking arsenal

    walking arsenal Member

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    C'mon guys, need an answer on this one.:eek:
     
  3. Snowman

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    I have an early G19 with a laser very similar to what you describe. The only difference is that mine is mounted with 3 screws to the front of the trigger guard. The gun was purchased new this way. I'm not sure if this was a Glock-endorsed modification or not. The data I have (still floating around in the tupperware) identifies the company as:

    Applied Laser Systems
    2160 N.W. Vine St
    Grants Pass, OR 97526
    PH: 503-479-3966

    I hope this helps,
    Dennis
     
  4. saboteur

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    It is Crimson Trace

    I'm pretty sure that is the old Crimson Trace custom installed one.
     
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