Smith & Wesson has expanded its lineup with an M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red or green laser.
Smith & Wesson’s M&P M2.0 Compact pistol is now being offered with a pre-installed Crimson Trace Green Laserguard.
Pairing a 100-lumen mint green light with either a red or green laser sight, models in LaserMax’s new CenterFire GripSense line can be configured to activate manually with the push of a button or automatically when the host pistol is gripped.
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).
Evolution has fine-tuned the human eye to be most sensitive to light in the green frequencies, providing it a key advantage in the fight for firearm sighting-system domination.
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.
Adding to its growing catalog of green-laser products, Crimson Trace has announced the LG-360G Laserguard, designed for use with Smith & Wesson M&P full-size and compact pistols.