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Laser Mounting and Zeroing

Learn how to properly mount and zero a laser sight on a rifle or handgun with tips from a former SOF sniper.

Crimson Trace MVF-515

The Crimson Trace MVF-515 is a perfect combination of foregrip, light and laser in a single package ideal for self-defense.

Crimson Trace CTC Defense MVF-600

You cannot appreciate the value of a laser on your firearm until you use it on a moving target in low or no light.

Laser Ready

Firearm lasers are as thick as shoppers at Walmart on the first of the month.

Green Versus Red Lasers

Why do green lasers use more power than their red counterparts? Science!

Zero a Laser Sight

Crimson Trace's Public Relations Manager Iain Harrison provides a better way to zero a laser sight on a semi-automatic rifle.

The Knife For Your Gun-Mounted Laser

Do you get sick of losing the small tools needed to adjust your laser sights? CRKT and Crimson Trace teamed up to find the solution.

Crimson Trace G10 Master Series Grips

Crimson Trace pretty much wrote the book on the subject of laser-aiming devices for handguns, and the company has added numerous chapters during the past 15 years.

Streamlight TLR-2 Gallery

Will this light/laser combo from Streamlight survive six months trapped in our editor's freezer?

LaserLyte Introduces the Ruger LC9 Side Mount Laser

LaserLyte builds on the success of the LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser (CK-AMF), made available earlier this year, by introducing the CK-AMF9 for the Ruger LC9.

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