Crimson Trace Offers Free Batteries for Life

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posted on June 1, 2012
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"There are very few things in life that are truly free," said Nate Hoke, Director of Customer service for Crimson Trace. "This is one of them. Just register online or via our 800 number and every year, we'll send a fresh set of batteries for your Lasergrips® or Laserguard® product for as long as you own it." Hoke reported that many customers were still using the original batteries in their sights after six or seven years. "While Crimson Trace products have the longest run times in the industry, laser sights are safety devices and as such, should have regular battery changes. We're proud to be able to offer this program to our loyal customers - it's one more way for us to show our appreciation to the people who have supported us over the years."

All Crimson Trace products are proudly designed engineered and manufactured in the USA and fit the widest range or popular self-defense handguns, including Glock, Smith & Wesson, Kimber and Springfield.

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