Crimson Trace Railmaster Laser Sight

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posted on August 18, 2014
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If you've been looking for a small, unobtrusive laser sight for a compact pistol, now is a great time to be in that market. Crimson Trace's Railmaster mounts to the accessory rail of your pistol or the Picatinny rail on your rifle or shotgun to provide a red laser sight for your defensive arm.

Turning on with the simple push of a paddle, the Railmaster offers in excess of four hours of run time on a single 1/3N Lithium battery. It is sighted in from the factory at 50 feet, takes up less than two inches of rail space and weighs in at a fraction of an ounce. It comes with four different fit inserts to match a variety of attachment options.

Crimson Trace has worked with numerous holster manufacturers to ensure there will be a holster to fit your firearm/rail-mounted laser combination. The Railmaster is available in a Coyote Tan finish as well as black, and green and infrared beam options are also available.

MSRP: $169 (red laser).

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