Crimson Trace Announces Rail Master Pro Line

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posted on January 15, 2014
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Crimson Trace's Rail Master laser sighting systems and tactical lights have become immensely popular throughout the industry, and for good reason. The company's latest release takes things to the next level by bringing those laser sighting systems and tactical lights together on one rugged, easy-to-operate platform: the Rail Master Pro.

The Rail Master Pro's options include: light and laser, laser only, light only and strobing light paired with the laser. Rail Master Pros are waterproof to 1 meter and have an impact resistant CNC machined solid aluminum housing. The battery life for this high-powered system is 4 hours and the unit automatically shuts-off after five minutes of non-use.

Utilizing Crimson Trace's Secure Lock Technology, the Rail Master Pros attach to a gun's rail system-and won't let go. In varying temperatures, and with repeated pounding recoil, the compact Rail Master Pro is the go-to unit for versatility and Crimson Trace quality.

Get a closer look at the Rail Master Pro with the video embedded below.

For more information, go to CrimsonTrace.com.

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