The most technologically-advanced, ruggedized laser sighting system ever developed, the LMS-G42 and LMS-G43 pack LaserMax's advanced electronics into the smallest internal space ever attempted by a laser manufacturer.
Weighing in at only 0.6 ounces, the Glock 42 and 43 models neither add mass to the firearm nor interfere with holster selection, important advantages for concealed carriers.
The laser's bright red aiming point enables faster and more accurate shots on target, even when firing around obstacles or from unconventional defensive positions. Scheduled to begin shipping before Christmas, the new generation Guide Rod Lasers feature an automatic 10-minute timeout to prevent inadvertent battery drain and a user-programmable pulse/no-pulse selection.
For over a quarter century, LaserMax's pioneering laser sighting systems have provided a decisive combat advantage to professional operators and armed Americans at home and abroad. LMS-G42 and LMS-G43 will arrive to retailers this winter with an everyday selling price of $269, the lowest cost Guide Rod Laser ever offered to the consumer public.
The sight may be coupled with a LaserMax CenterFire WeaponLight to create the perfect subcompact defensive pistol, befitting law enforcement back-up, concealed carry and home protection needs.