In this letter to Crimson Trace, Mark Keefe offers his first memory of meeting the industry leaders in lasergrips for guns.
A company that I first became aware of as two guys, a card table and a good idea two decades ago was just sold for nearly $100 million.
Crimson Trace's new 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.
It was back in the mid 1980s when law enforcement agencies and civilians alike began switching out their double-action revolvers chambered in .38 Spl. and .357 Mag. for semi-automatic pistols with magazine capacities of 15 rounds or more.