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Green Laserguards

It seems like everyone is going green these days, recycling and driving hybrid cars. Now even Crimson Trace is joining the craze by introducing a green laser Laserguard.

LaserMax Beretta Nano Laser

LaserMax has become one of the first companies to introduce a laser for the Beretta Nano 9 mm.

Viridian Compatible KingTuk Holster

Viridian has introduced a tuckable IWB holster, made by Galco, that is compatible with its C Series of lasers.

Viridian Enhanced Combat Readiness (ECR) System

The Viridian ECR system offers instant, no-thought activation of a light and laser.

LaserLyte Bersa Thunder .380 Laser

LaserLyte’s new CK-MS laser fits the popular Bersa Thunder .380 and .380 Plus pistols.

Crimson Trace Expands Master Series Lasergrips

Crimson Trace now offers its Master Series Lasergrips in green and black G10 composite for 1911s.

LaserLyte CK-SWAT Laser

LaserLyte’s new CK-SWAT laser fits all Smith & Wesson J-frame revolvers, along with all Taurus revolvers.

Crimson Trace Rail Master

Crimson Trace has introduced a rail-mounted laser unit for both handguns and rifles in the Rail Master.

LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser

LaserLyte’s Side Mount Laser fits the Ruger LCP and most other .380 ACP-chambered pocket pistols.

Going Green with Lasers

Green lasers are one of the latest innovations in tactical sighting devices. Are they really better than red lasers, or is this just a case of laser envy?

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