Crimson Trace Offers 'Buy One, Get One' Light Promotion

posted on May 4, 2018
Crimson Trace continues its tradition of offering special deals to consumers with an all-new program launched in spring 2018. With the new BOGO Light Program, which stands for "Buy One/Get One," the company is enticing customers with one of the company's new tactical lights, which comes completely free with the purchase of a standard Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro light-and-laser unit.

With the purchase of any Crimson Trace Laserguard, the company will also ship a Crimson Trace CWL-100 tactical light. The light comes complete with a pressure pad and attachment cap, but a second endcap can be placed on the light body, turning it into a handheld light that's easily operated by a single hand. The light offers two output options, 500 lumens and 50 lumens. In addition to high and low output, a strobe mode and a momentary-on mode are also provided. At its maximum output, the light has a battery life of 1 hour, 10 minutes. The light body is constructed from anodized aluminum and weighs 3.9 ounces with a battery installed.

Combining a laser-aiming an illumination tool into one self-contained unit, the Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro attaches to the Picatinny frame rail of a handgun and features an additional attachment point that runs underneath the trigger guard of the host pistol. Where the trigger guard and front strap of the handgun meet, the company places its unique Instinctive Activation pad, enabling the unit to turn on automatically once a firing grip is obtained on the gun. A user-adjustable multi-operation setup is available, providing owners with the ability to choose between light/laser, light only, laser only and strobe/laser. A master on/off switch is also included with the unit, should owners prefer to not automatically project a light or laser when firing.

To take advantage of this promotion, purchase a Crimson Trace Laserguard Pro between May 1-June 30, 2018. Further instructions are available on the Crimson Trace website.


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