Tonight on American Rifleman TV: 25 Years of Crimson Trace; Winchester SX4 Shotgun; Steyr-Hahn Pistol

posted on August 21, 2019
The name "Crimson Trace" has become so ubiquitous in the firearm industry, that it is almost hard to remember there was a time it wasn't so. Nonetheless, the company that revolutionized the laser sight industry has come a long way since its founding 25 years ago. From laser sights that had to be installed at the factory, to its current lineup of consumer-installed laser sights, red dots, laser saddles and much more, the company has carved out a giant niche in the marketplace. American Rifleman TV heads to Wilsonville, Ore., to celebrate the company's first 25 years. Watch a preview of tonight's episode here

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