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Item #: CRILG480

Crimson Trace LG480 Pistol Laser Grip for Walther Legend

Shop Crimson Trace LG480 Pistol Laser Grip for Walther Legend at Macks Prairie Wings! Low Prices and Quality Customer Service only from Americas Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
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Product Description

The Walther PPK/S design has been around for over half a century, but has been produced by an almost countless number of different manufacturers. This resulted in not so subtle differences from one manufacturer to another. Now, thanks to a true fitting cam system, Crimson Trace is able to offer Laser Grips for the Walther that won't budge or lose center under heavy use. These Laser Grips feature hard polymer sides with an aggressive checkering pattern that is easy to grip, but won't snag when being drawn from clothing. The instinctive front activation switch is housed by a rubber overmold material that will help you grip this compact pistol.

Fits Models: Walther PPK/S and PP from most manufacturers except Walther PPK - non S type


  • Activation: Instinctive Activation; Front
  • Material: Hard Polymer Sides, Rubber Activation Point
  • User Adjustable: Both Windage and Elevation
  • Warranty: 3 Years Complete
  • Master On/Off Switch: Yes
  • Beam Intensity: 5mw peak, 633nm, class IIIa laser. Maximum output that federal law and technology allow
  • Dot Size: Approximately 0.5 inch diameter at 50 feet
  • Power Source: Two #2032 lithium batteries included; over four hours of on time use and a five year shelf life

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"I unexpectedly needed to find some non toxic waterfowl loads quick, for a .410 shotgun. Mack's was the only one that had Hevi-Shot in .410 with #5 shot. The process of ordering was easy, and it was quickly shipped to my door. I couldn't be more happy with the Mack's, and it made it possible for a little boy to enjoy his first duck hunt." Oct 2015