Crimson Trace launches wireless LiNQ system on the AK platform

The LiNQ is a wireless laser and light system now available on the AK platform. (Photo: Crimson Trace)

The LiNQ is a wireless laser and light system now available on the AK platform. (Photo: Crimson Trace)

Crimson Trace has announced that AK users will now get some LiNQ love as the lights and laser maker has added the Russian platform to the list of LiNQ options.

The LiNQ system features a wireless green laser sight and 300-lumen LED white light. Using a secure, individual wireless connection, the technology provides complete wireless control of the laser and light module. The whole system is rigged with Crimson Trace’s Instinctive Action.

The replacement grip has been ergonomically designed for quick activation and mode changes. Crimson Trace says the design eliminates the need to reach for the forend to operate the light or laser.

The system boasts four modes of operation to include laser and light, laser only, laser and light strobe, light only and laser only.

LiNQ is compatible with AK-type rifles with stamped receivers and M1913 Picatinny accessory rails measuring at least 2 3/4-inches in length. The tech also accommodates Springfield Armory’s M1a SOCOM 16 CQB. LiNQ currently does not offer support for AK rifles with a milled receiver.

Crimson Trace says LiNQ is currently in stock, priced at $649.