Crimson Trace Green Lasergrips

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posted on November 14, 2012
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11/14/2012

Crimson Trace has developed a green laser diode that is small enough to fit in Lasergrips. As such, Crimson Trace is launching five new Lasergrip models featuring the green diodes.

The green laser Lasergrips utilize the company’s Instinctive Activation, and will be available for full size and compact 1911s, full size and compact Glocks and the Smith & Wesson J-frame revolvers in December for $299.

"We have been anticipating and perfecting this line of green Lasergrips over this past year," explained Kent Thomas, director of marketing for Crimson Trace. "Our goal was to deliver the most visible and consistent green laser available on the market in our flagship platform and we're proud to have accomplished everything we set out to do."

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