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Zombie Problem? Get Rid of Them With 'Z' Series Lasergrips from Crimson Trace

Zombie Problem? Get Rid of Them With 'Z' Series Lasergrips from Crimson Trace

In preparation for the forthcoming zombie apocalypse, Crimson Trace has released a limited run of exclusively designed 'Z' Series Lasergrips and Laserguard products to quickly identify your Walking Dead Weapon for several popular self-defense handguns. Emblazoned with the green 'Z' logo, this limited line of laser sights feature the patented Crimson Trace instinctive activation feature and fit the 1911, Glock and XDm duty-size pistols. As no self-respecting zombie hunter would leave home without a backup gun, models for the J-frame and LCP are also covered. Available now for a limited time only through normal distribution channels or from www.crimsontrace.com, this collectors' edition has an MSRP of $229 to $339.

"As everyone knows, the only sure way of taking out zombies is with a carefully placed shot to the head," said Kent Thomas, Director of Marketing for Crimson Trace. "These new 'Z' series laser sights allow the user to remain focused on the threat presented by the shambling undead, while placing a brilliant aiming mark squarely on the brain pan. We think they're an essential part of any serious zombie survival kit."

Each 'Z' series laser arrives pre-zeroed from the factory, so that in the event of an unexpected zombie outbreak, the user can quickly install it on their gun and be ready to face down the advancing hordes, without first needing a trip to the range. A four hour run time allows for multiple target engagements, which is a huge advantage when crowds of moaning, slightly decomposed ex-humans are trying to break into your carefully stocked stronghold, intent on turning you into their next meal. In addition, these laser sights qualify for Crimson Trace's hugely popular Batteries for Life program, ensuring that once the customer registers their product, they'll be sent a fresh set of batteries every year, so long as the Crimson Trace HQ in Oregon isn't overrun.

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