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Crimson Trace: Closing the Accuracy Gap

The primary requisite to hitting the target is being able to identify the target, acquire the target with the sights, and hit the target after getting a good sight picture and properly pressing the trigger. It is simple, but it isn’t easy. Crimson Trace Lasergrips go a long way toward closing the accuracy gap.

Rivolver with Crimson Trace Laser Grips

Concealed Carry

The Crimson Trace Advantage

36 years in law enforcement, including uniformed patrol, undercover narcotics, SWAT as an assistant team leader, entry man, and sniper make for a pretty solid foundation to judge the merits and drawbacks of lasers. In this article, Scott Wagner breaks it down and explains why he is sold on Crimson Trace. Read the article and tell us whether you agree?

Springfield XD-S with Crimson Trace Laserguard right angle

Gear, Parts and Accessories

A Case for Crimson Trace

There is plenty to write—and talk—about when it come to Crimson Trace. With more than 200 laser sights, and with more green laser sights than the rest of the laser industry combined, Crimson Trace makes a strong case that it is the nation’s leading laser sight manufacturer.

LaserLyte rear sight laser

Gear, Parts and Accessories

Throwback Thursday—Pistol Lasers

Many new gun owners or first-time buyers make their final decision on a self-defense pistol due to the integrated laser. Guns like the S&W Bodyguard and Ruger LCP are popular. There are quite a few different schools of thought on the usefulness of pistol lasers. In “Pistol Lasers,” the author explores the differences between Crimson Trace, LaserMax and LaserLyte laser aiming systems, as well as discusses the benefits of using a laser for training.