Smith & Wesson purchased Crimson Trace back in 2016, and each year since then the gun manufacturer has taken advantage of that acquisition by introducing firearm models featuring Crimson Trace technology straight from the factory.
Smith & Wesson Corp. has collaborated with Crimson Trace Corporation to introduce its new M&P15T rifle complete with a factory installed Crimson Trace LiNQ laser sight and light system.
For the 15th straight year, the NRA Publications Division recognizes standouts from the firearm industry to receive its highest honor. Here’s a review of the winners as originally covered in “The World’s Oldest and Largest Firearm Authority.”
Crimson Trace introduced the LiNQ for the AR platform to great acclaim last year, and for 2017 the Oregon-based company has expanded the line with a new model that is compatible instead with Kalashnikov-pattern rifles (and, coincidentally, the Springfield M1A CQB).
Ever used a visible laser inside a cave? Well, American Rifleman has. This week, we go below ground in dark and dank places with the Crimson Trace LiNQ, the first wireless gun-mounted light and laser system.