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LaserMax Guide Rod Lasers have been out for a while, but it’s a clas­sic de­sign that’s worth con­sid­er­a­tion. It doesn’t re­quire a hol­ster change, and it’s a sim­ple user in­stall. Very sim­ple. The fac­tory slide lock (take­down lever) is re­placed with the LaserMax slide lock, which serves as the on/off for the laser. It has a rapid blink to aid in ac­quir­ing the laser, and the ac­ti­va­tion method al­lows you the choice to turn it on or not, un­like grip lasers.

It doesn’t re­quire a change in how you grip it, be­cause it’s tucked out of the way, and it can’t be bumped or knocked about. We dropped the G19 in all six dif­fer­ent angles from a height of 5 feet, and the laser didn’t in­ad­ver­tently turn on—but it did turn on when man­u­ally ac­ti­vated. Like­wise, it did not ac­ti­vate in­ad­ver­tently when the gun was fired, and when ac­ti­vated, it did not turn off when fired (although by de­sign, it mo­men­tar­ily turns off when the slide is out of bat­tery). Win­ner, win­ner, chicken din­ner.

MAKE: LaserMax MODEL: Guide Rod Laser TESTED: Glock G19 Gen4 (#LMS-G4-19) AVAIL­ABLE: Red, green, IR URL: MSRP: $319

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