Crimson Trace’s LiNQ system has been available for the AR-15 for some time, and at the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings they announced expansion into the AK-style platform. The system consists of a rail-mount green laser and 300 lumen white light combo unit, which is controlled by a replacement pistol grip unit . . .
Mode selector button on each side, master on/off on the bottom left, and activation button on the top front (middle finger squeeze). Available modes are: light + laser, light, laser, laser with strobe light.
It’s a pretty slick setup, and in many cases certainly beats trying to mount a tape switch somewhere. An MSRP of $649, though, means it runs more than a lot of the rifles one might put it on.