Crimson Trace Launches Rail Master Coyote Tan

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posted on July 2, 2012
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What is most impressive about this new offering is the finish – a highly durable and chemical resistant Cerakote™ coating. These two items will be available in early August 1st through their regular dealer network or direct from Crimson Trace website at an MSRP of $149 for the Rail Master laser and $159 for its light counterpart.

"This finish not only adds a custom look to the firearm, it also protects the product from chemicals and the environment," said Kent Thomas, Direct of Marketing for Crimson Trace. "It is exactly what our customers expect from us, and it is exactly what we deliver." Both products are still feature rich with their instant activation, Secure-Lock Technology™ and come standard with four inserts to ensure the widest range of firearm fits.

The Rail Master platform is the perfect addition to any firearm with a Picatinny rail. The universal fit with the included four inserts allows for a quick transfer from one gun to the next. With the Cerakote Coyote Tan finish, chemicals used for cleaning a firearm or environmental debris, the Rail Master is unharmed and continues to provide the longest lasting laser and brightest light on the market.

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