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Discussion in 'Glock Photos' started by n9xrg, Jul 16, 2012.
This is my Glock 21 Gen4 with a Crimson Trace LG-850 Lasergrips and LTG-736 Lightguard.
Very nice set up you have.
Very nice G21 my dream gun
I was wondering how your CT LG-850 was doing on your G21 Gen4 over the past several months. I've been investigating on adding this LG to my G21 Gen4. I sent an inquiry to the CT customer service. They said that while the grip would fit, the slide on the G21 is too wide and would hit the diode when the slide is racked. I was wondering if you had found this to be true.
I appreciate your thoughts.
I think Crimson Trace is coming out with a green laser for the Glock 21.... I know I will be buying it ASAP!
Very nice brother
I wonder what that set up would look like on a G30SF . Also what sights you're running on the G-21?
Sweet looking 21.
really cool gun.
Very nice looking
All is well. Sorry for the late response. I have never had my slide contact the laser diode in any way. Maybe I am lucky
Might consider it as the green would be a vast improvement for daylight target acquisition. I have a bit of trouble seeing the red dot in bright sunlight.
I have a G30SF. Not too sure that the fit would work. I can take a look though. As for sights, I have Trijicon GL11 Novak Night Sites. I pretty much use them on all my Glocks. Pain in the a*# to install as a standard site pusher will not work. They have to be installed using a brass hammer and brass drift.
Thanks for the response. Yes, I'm kind of scratching my head on what Crimson Trace rep said. I compared the slide from the 21 with the slide from my 30 (for which they DO have a model for) and the width is the same.
Thanks for replying.
Will NOT Fit
When I called Crimson Trace, they told me that the laser would not fit my Glock 21 G4. She said the only one they had was the rail laser.
I now own the green laser grip for my G21SF. It is bad ass. Sighting it in at 25 yards in the daylight was excellent was still visible
My g21 Gen 4