Crimson Trace Announces SHOT Show Showcase

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posted on January 16, 2015
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Crimson Trace will be presenting many new and current products at the upcoming Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas. Those innovative laser sight and tactical light products for firearms will be displayed in booth #16731.

Leading the new product group is the innovative and compact Rail Master laser sight—the CMR-206—with a powerful green diode. This small but powerful Rail Master unit will fit onto all firearms equipped with standard M1913 Picatinny and Weaver accessory rails. The CMR-206 features tap-on Instant Activation, provides three modes (momentary, strobe and constant on), plus the unit is one of the smallest laser sights on the market—period. The unit securely attaches to the firearm's rails with Crimson Trace's proprietary Secure-Lock Technology and is windage and elevation adjustable. The Manufacturer Suggested Retail price of the CMR-206 is $229.

Also at the SHOT Show, Crimson Trace will release the new LG-360G with a Crimson Trace green laser. This Laserguard is specifically crafted for the popular S&W M&P full size and compact pistols and features Crimson Trace's Instinctive Activation via a touch pad under the trigger guard. The LG-360G has a master on/off switch and is covered under Crimson Trace's Free Batteries for Life program. MSRP for the LG-360G is $299.

The company will also better serve Glock 42 compact pistol owners with the new LG-443G, a Laserguard with a Crimson Trace green laser. Along with Instinctive Activation and easy-to-operate adjustments for windage and elevation, the product is also covered under the company's Free Battery for Life program. MSRP for the LG-443G is $299. Crimson Trace was the first laser sight manufacturer to offer a product for the Glock 42—as that pistol was being released to market in 2014.

During 2015 Crimson Trace will also be releasing the LG-415 and LG-415G, Lasergrips specifically designed for Ruger's popular LCR and LCR/x compact revolvers. These Lasergrips will feature: Instinctive Activation, have a master on/off switch, and include windage and elevation adjustments. MSRPs will be $399 for the LG-415G (green) and $299 for the LG-415 (red laser). These new products—along with CTC Defense gear— will be on display in booth #16731 at the SHOT Show.

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