The Crimson Trace 20th Anniversary Limited Edition 1911 Grip

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posted on April 27, 2014
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It’s been 20 years since Crimson Trace started lighting up targets with their unique series of grip-mounted laser sights. To celebrate this milestone in their company history, Crimson Trace has released a limited edition LG-994 Master Series grip. The grip panels are made from “Applejack” finished wood laminate, they features a 20th Anniversary medallion, and they have been shaped to fit full-size 1911 and 1911A1 pistols.

The compact laser diode, which is compatible with ambidextrous 1911 safeties, is activated via a front activation button. Each individually numbered grip set ships in a special commemorative gift box with a certificate of authenticity. But only 1,000 of these grips were made, so if you want one, you better act soon.

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