John Moses Browning didn’t invent this, but that’s OK. Of course if low power LED technology and CR2 batteries were available at Walgreens at the turn of the previous century he would have. All that aside, we think most 1911 aficionados will appreciate having the option of mounting a combat light on a traditional, no-rail, 1911 platform. Even if it was not originally built by John Moses Browning. May he rest in peace.
Close on the heels of the Lightguard for Glock full size and compact pistols release, Crimson Trace is expanding the line with the Lightguard LTG-701 for 1911 pistols.