From science fiction to firearm fact, lasers have become an integral part of defensive handgun shooting.
Crimson Trace has released four new laser sights featuring green lasers.
Although many 1911 enthusiasts have turned to alternative materials like polymers and resins for their grips, many still prefer the aesthetics of wood.
Never a company to rest on its laurels, Crimson Trace is launching an impressive variety of new products for 2016. Here is a quick look at just a few of the sight systems which will be arriving on dealers’ shelves soon:
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The Viridian ECR system offers instant, no-thought activation of a light and laser.
LaserLyte’s Rear Sight Laser is an easy-to-install accessory integrated into a replacement sight, which brings the laser closer to the bore’s line of sight.
Crimson Trace worked with Remington to quickly bring to market a laser sight for the R51.
Viridian has introduced its Reactor 5 Red Laser to provide a less-expensive, self-defense, laser-sight option.