Crimson Trace Lasers are depended on daily by our law enforcement, military, and concealed carry citizens. There is no other name in tactical lights and lasers that come close to offering the quality and dependability that Crimson Trace Lasers offers to its users. With an impressive list of loyal customers serving in every branch of military service and also in just about every federal and local law enforcement agencies it is no wonder why they are the go to name in laser/light technology.
The DS-122 Defender Series Accu-Grips Laser Sight by Crimson Trace fits Smith & Wesson J-Frame (Round Butt) and Taurus Small Frame Revolvers. The Defender Series sets a new standard in laser sighting systems by providing cutting edge design, superior technology, and an affordable price tag. The DS-124 features Beam Lock Adjustments so that the user can easily adjust laser sighting for both windage and elevation, and the unit is pre-sighted at the factory at 50 ft. The Top N-Gage Activation Button provide a large, easy-to-find, bright red activation button, which emits a powerful (5mW peak, 620-670nm, Class 3R) red aiming laser.
Specifications and Features:
Attachment: Grip Replacement
Activation Location: Top N-Gage Activation
Sighting: Factory Sighted at 50'
Battery Type: 2x #2032 Batteries
Laser Battery Life: Approx. Two Hours
Laser Output: 5mW Red Laser
Activation Mode: Switch Activated
Laser Visibility: Approximately .5"Diameter at 50 Feet
Wrench Size: .05
User Adjustable Windage and Elevation
Installation: User Installed
Warranty: One Year Limited Warranty
Color: Black w/Red Activation Button
Dot Size: Approx. .50" at 50'
Smith & Wesson Airlight, Airweight, Bodyguard, Chief's Special, Centennial, Ladysmith, Models 36, 37, 38, 49, 60, 63, 317, 331, 332, 337, 340, 342, 351, 360, 442, 637, 638, 640, 642, 649, 651 and 940 - Round butt only
Fits Taurus Small Frame Revolvers (85*, 94, 605, 650, 651, 731, 850, 851, 856, 905, 941) Does not fit Taurus Small Frame Revolvers with Polymer Frame). *Does NOT fit Taurus 85 models manufactured after 2014.)