Crimson Trace Expands Master Series Lasergrips

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posted on March 8, 2012
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Crimson Trace has expanded its Master Series line of Lasergrips to include green and black G10 composite models for Government and Compact 1911s.

Incorporating Crimson Trace’s instinctive activation, the G10 grips feature aggressive checkering to increase both function and esthetics. The Master Series grips are sighted in for 50 feet at the factory and are adjustable for windage and elevation.

The Master Series is also compatible with any ambidextrous safety on the market and features a new master on/off switch. Each grip is individually machined on CNC machines and hand-assembled in Oregon at a MSRP of $399.

“After the amazing success of the Master Series Lasergrips in their original colors, our customers began asking for additional options to compliment the different finishes of their custom 1911’s,” said Kent Thomas, marketing director for Crimson Trace. “These new Lasergrips offer the perfect solution to anyone looking to dress up their pistol with the best low-light aiming solution on the market.”

For more information about Crimson Trace Lasergrips, go to CrimsonTrace.com.

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