The LS-250 in use at the 2018 Athlon Outdoors Rendezvous.
A convenient Mossberg Shockwave laser sight has been a long-time coming. And who better to head that endeavor than Crimson Trace? The laser sight and tactical light specialist just announced its Lasersaddle LS-250 for the Shockwave.
The new Lasersaddle LS-250 is available in both red laser and green laser versions.
We got to test the LS-250 at the 2018 Athlon Outdoors Rendezvous; it functioned flawlessly at night.
Mossberg Shockwave Laser Sight Features
The simple-to-install Lasersaddle LS-250/G laser sight secures onto the firearm’s receiver side and upper area. It operates with three distinct activation points, including one that is accessible by left-handed users.
The batteries for operation are easily changeable with a rapid-change battery cap on the sight’s exterior. This process does not require removal of the laser sight from the firearm.
Crimson Trace designed the Lasersaddle LS-250/G laser sight to permit installation of an accessory rail on top of the firearm after the laser sight is installed.
The Lasersaddle LS-250/G has a master on-off switch and also incorporates integrated battery management technology for enhanced battery life protection.
Crimson Trace’s Lasersaddle LS-250 laser sights also fit onto most 12-gauge Mossberg 590 and 500 shotguns.
The LS-250 laser sight falls under Crimson Trace’s “Free Batteries for Life” program. It is also covered by the company’s three-year limited warranty.
MSRP on the red Lasersaddle LS-250 is $169 while the green version has an MSRP of $219.
For more information, please visit CrimsonTrace.com.
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