Crimson Trace Offers Laserless Revolver Grips

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posted on July 25, 2016
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Crimson Trace opens a new chapter in the company's continuing product evolution history. The company has created stock grips for Kimber's new K6s stainless revolver—and those are standard grips without a laser sight. The grips on the new revolver do not have a laser sight, but are made by Crimson Trace.

"These new grips for Kimber's K6s revolver open a large door for more growth by Crimson Trace, and customers and the industry can expect more to come," commented Jeff Goddard, Crimson Trace OEM Sales Director. "This project shows how versatile Crimson Trace and our engineers are, and how our partners see our company's products and insight adds value to their new products. It's a win for Kimber, a win for consumers with our years of grip design incorporated, and a win for Crimson Trace to be part of this new handgun introduction." Kimber's K6s revolvers are now shipping to Kimber Master Dealers nationwide. Additional details about the stainless steel revolver are available at www.kimberamerica.com.

Purchasers of the Kimber K6s revolver—chambered in .357 Mag. and holding six shots—will also be able to purchase Crimson Trace replacement grips for the handgun in the future. Those Lasergrips will feature a Crimson Trace laser sight and will be widely available. The product release date and full details will be announced later.

Crimson Trace builds more than 225 laser sight and firearm-focused light products at its Wilsonville, Oregon production facility. Several of those products are only available via purchasing a Kimber pistol. Crimson Trace's diverse products fit firearms from nearly all gun manufacturers and include red and green laser sights for precision fits onto hundreds of firearm models.

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