Do you have a Ruger MAX-9 but you’re sad that you didn’t have a Crimson Trace Laserguard for your concealed carry option? You’re in luck. Crimson Trace recently announced their newest Laserguard series addition, the Laserguard for the Ruger MAX-9 pistol. This Laserguard is designed specifically for the MAX-9 and doesn’t add to the profile allowing for concealed carry.
The newest Laserguard maintains the sleek lines of the Ruger MAX-9, which is designed for concealed carry and features Crimson Trace’s Instinctive Activation. The Instinctive Activation means that you hold your gun in the normal grip and the laser is activated by a few strategically placed pressure pads in the grip. Did we mention that the texture on the Laserguard also matches up with the texture on the MAX-9 grip?
With a bottom-accessible 1/3N lithium battery powering it, the Laserguard has a master control on/off switch for conserving every bit of the two hours of continuous run time. The two-piece polymer construction, boasting the Instinctive Activation that Crimson Trace is known for, has a red or green laser sight. Also included in the new Laserguard are adjustments for windage and elevation for the end-user.
The Laserguard is water-resistant is easily installed by the end-user with all necessary tools included in the package. The new Laserguard for the MAX-9 also includes Crimson Trace’s lifetime warranty. The Laserguard is reportedly proven to hold up when it matters most with the quality that Crimson Trace is known for.
The red-colored Laserguard starts at just under $270 with the green-colored Laserguard comes in at around $360.