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Crimson Trace LiNQ – Grip Activated AK-47 Weapon Light & Laser

MSRP: $649.00


Activate an AK-47 mounted weapon light with the pistol grip.

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Presenting LiNQ: The World’s First Wireless Laser & White Light System.

LiNQ combines a Green Laser Sight and 300 Lumen LED White Light with Instinctive Activation for AK-Type Modern Sporting Rifles (will also fit Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM 16 CQB). Utilizing a secure, individual wireless connection, LiNQ offers complete wireless control of the laser and light module. The replacement grip is ergonomically designed for quick activation and mode changes, eliminating the need to reach for the rifle’s forend to operate. The green laser sight, coupled with a powerful tactical light, offers high visibility in all lighting conditions, making LiNQ the ultimate illumination and targeting solution.


4 Modes of Operation:

– Laser + Light
– Laser Only
– Light Only
– Laser + Light Strobe


– Color: Black
– Activation Location: Front Activation
– Attachment: Grip Replacement
– Free Batteries For Life: Yes
– Finish: Polymer Grip with Rubber Overmold Activation Pad
– Installation: User Installed
– Laser Battery Life: Over Two Hours
– Activation Mode: Pressure Activated
– Sighting: Factory Sighted at 50′
– User Adjustable: Windage and Elevation
– Dot Size: Approx. 0.50″ at 50′

Additional information

Weight1.27 lbs
Dimensions9.45 × 8.4 × 2.1 in

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Manufacturer's SKU: LNQ-103G

SKU: 301029

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WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Also, drinking water and breathing heavily has been known to cause cancer by the state of California.