Sighting-In Your Crimson Trace Laser Sight
Crimson Trace Lasergrips Come Pre-Adjusted From The Factory
Even So, You May Need To Make Some Adjustments To Match Your Particular Needs
Your Lasergrips are fully user-adjustable. See how it's done by watching our video tutorial.
Adjusting Laser Using Allen Head Screws
Windage and elevation can be adjusted by turning the screws on the top and side of the laser diode. Each screw makes contact with a small post attached at the back of the laser diode. Turning the screw presses on this post and changes the direction of the laser beam. Allen head wrenches are included with every new Crimson Trace Lasergrip.
The Allen head screw at the top changes the elevation (the up or down of the laser movement). The screw on the side allows you to adjust the windage (side movement from left to right). Keep in mind, a little adjustment goes a long way. It is recommended that you make adjustments in no more than quarter-turn increments.
Step One – Sighting To Iron Sights
The first step to sighting in your Lasergrips is to establish a proper sight picture. That is to align to top of your front sight with the top of your rear sight while having an equal amount of light on either side of the front sight post. The laser, when properly adjusted, will be located just above the front sight post.
Step Two – Sighting Laser To Point Of Impact
Now that the laser and the iron sights are aligned, further
adjustment can be made to ensure the laser aims directly at the point of
impact. After test firing the gun with live rounds, it will become
evident if the laser needs further adjusting. Using the screws, make
small adjustments until the laser dot consistently matches up with the
point of impact.