Crimson Trace Green Lasers

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posted on January 16, 2013
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Green lasers have staked out a respectable position in the market over the last few years, enough so that even Crimson Trace—which, not surprisingly, has traditionally been a red laser company—took notice. Crimson Trace produced its first green lasers sometime ago, but took things to another level at SHOT Show 2013 by releasing green versions of the company's well-known lasergrips. For the first time ever, green lasers will be paired with instinctive activation technology.

Crimson Trace's Kent Thomas discusses the entire green laser line in the video below:

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