Crimson Trace Offers Buy One, Get One Laser Deal

posted on February 12, 2019

Crimson Trace has announced its popular Buy One/Get One (BOGO) offer—which is currently underway—will continue until Feb. 28. Under the BOGO program, customers who purchase a new Crimson Trace laser sight (with some exceptions) between Jan. 1, 2019, and Feb. 28, 2019, will be eligible to receive a free Crimson Trace Rail Master CMR-201 universal red laser sight. The sight has an MSRP of $159 and is designed for use on pistols and long guns.

The Crimson Trace Rail Master CMR-201 universal red laser sight features Instant Activation—the popular tap-on, tap-off operation—and the product packaging includes four insert adapters to ensure a secure and proper fit onto pistols, rifles and shotguns with M-1913 Picatinny and Weaver-style accessory rails. The small and lightweight unit comes with a battery, mounting hardware and owner’s manual.

Although pre-sighted at 50 yards, it’s fully adjustable for windage and elevation. The unit carries a three-year warranty and features a continuous run-time rating of four hours on the single 1/3N lithium battery.

Consumers who purchase a qualified Crimson Trace laser sight from a dealer, online or through the Crimson Trace online store can take advantage of this offer. There is a limit of one redemption per product purchased and buyers of factory/manufacturer pre-installed Crimson Trace laser sight products, the Crimson Trace tactical weaponlight series, and CMR-208 Universal Tactical Lights are not eligible. Full details are available on the company’s website.

To participate; simply complete and submit to Crimson Trace the proof of purchase form found on the website, along with the receipt and the UPC bar code from the packaging. To obtain the free Rail Master CMR-201 red laser sight, all terms and conditions of the program must be met. Once Crimson Trace verifies purchasing condition compliance, the company will ship the complimentary laser sight directly to a consumer.


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