NEW! Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro for S&W M&P Shield

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posted on May 4, 2016
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Crimson Trace's  Laserguard Pro is the first in a series of new laser-and-light combination products designed to precisely fit onto the trigger guard of Smith & Wesson's popular M&P Shield pistol. Along with S&W, Crimson Trace also partnered with Blackstone Shooting Sports, a state-of-the-art shooting facility in North Carolina.

“Blackstone's facility, with three state-of-the-art ranges, was the perfect place to show case the future of laser sights—the Laserguard Pro light and laser sight,” said Crimson Trace Director of Engineering Eric Petterson. “Valuable partners like Smith & Wesson and Blackstone help us share product information with our customers, and we were thrilled when these partners agreed to be part of this exciting new product introduction.”

The new Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro features a red or green laser, is engaged by CTC's exclusive Instinctive Activation, has a 150-lumen LED white light, and offers a master on/off switch. This laser sight and bright light can be operated in several modes: laser only, light only, laser and light and laser and strobe light modes with an easy-to-operate selection switch. Laserguard Pros fit S&W M&P Shield pistols in calibers 9 mm and .40 S&W. Additionally, the laser is covered under Crimson Trace's Free Batteries for Life program.

MSRP is $279 for the red laser sight; $370 for green. Blade-Tech holsters will soon be available for each Laserguard Pro and handgun combination. For more information visit crimsontrace.com.

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