Crimson Trace Offers Revolver Lasergrips

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posted on March 2, 2017
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SHOT Show 2017 saw the rollout of a number of new revolvers, particularly ones suited for personal defense. One big introduction came with new models of the Kimber K6s, while Ruger launched several new wheelguns. Crimson Trace is committed to outfitting all these new models with Lasergrip laser sights, with more than 20 offerings in the product lineup.

One of the company's new products is the Master Series LG-950 Lasergrips, which is designed for use on the new Kimber K6s revolver. The Lasergrips feature a red laser sight along with the company's Instinctive Activation technology for immediate use.

Crimson Trace also rolled out two Lasergrips models for the Ruger SP101, and both models feature the company's Instinctive Activation technology. Other features include a master on/off switch, windage and elevation adjustments and the company's Free Batteries for Life program, along with a 3-year warranty. All of these features come standard with Crimson Trace Lasergrips.

In addition to the new Kimber and Ruger models, Crimson Trace offers a number of replacement grips for revolvers from Charter Arms, Smith & Wesson and Taurus. In 2016, the company launched a new innovation for its Lasergrips system: the ShockStop recoil-reduction system. The ShockStop system uses anti-vibration material on the front and back of the grips along with unique construction that works to reduce felt recoil for the shooter. This new system is available in LG-350 red and green Lasergrips.

Suggested retail prices on these improved Crimson Trace Lasergrips models start at $319.

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