Crimson Trace Launches Free Railmaster Laser Sight Promotion

posted on February 27, 2018

Purchase any new Crimson Trace laser sight or light between March 1 and April 30, 2018, and you’re eligible to receive a Rail Master CMR-201 red laser sight—one of the company’s most popular products—for free. Manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the unit is $159.

Purchasers simply complete the proof of purchase forms found on the company website and submit them to Crimson Trace to take advantage of the offer. Certain terms and conditions apply. Full details on the promotion are also available at the more than 2,500 authorized Crimson Trace dealers nationwide. 

Crimson Trace’s Rail Master CMR-201 is designed for universal fit onto pistols and long guns with modern accessory rails, including Picatinny and Weaver rails. The compact unit utilizes a red diode, features the company’s Instant Activation, tap-on/tap-off system and can be easily mounted and adjusted for windage and elevation.

The included battery provides up to four hours of operation, but the firm’s Free Batteries for Life deal—a $50 value—backs that up, ensuring things will keep running for years to come. Crimson Trace products feature a three-year warranty and money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with the product within 30 days of purchase (Defender Series, LX-380 and LX-381 come with a one-year warranty and they are not included in the unlimited power-source promotion). 

After more than 25 years building laser and light systems—most versions with intuitive activation that make them particularly adept in self-defense applications—Crimson Trace has sold more than 2 million units. Whether you carry a revolver or a semi-auto pistol, the odds are good it offers a gunsmithing-free option. Its lineup also includes models tailored for rifles, carbines and shotguns that have rails, including LiNQ, the world’s first wireless white light and laser unit designed for use on modern sporting rifles.


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