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Crimson Trace Releases Four New Green Lasers

(Wilsonville, OR) Crimson Trace announced today the release of the highly anticipated green Laserguard® and Rail Master™ products. This initial release of the green laser sight line includes Laserguard models for Kimber and Smith & Wesson 1911 frames (http://www.crimsontrace.com/products/manufacturer/new-coming-soon-products/01-3430), Glock Full Size and Compact (http://www.crimsontrace.com/products/manufacturer/new-coming-soon-products/01-3440) and Springfield XD/XDm (http://www.crimsontrace.com/products/manufacturer/new-coming-soon-products/01-3450) firearms. The Rail Master(http://www.crimsontrace.com/products/manufacturer/new-coming-soon-products/01-3460) model is designed to fit on firearms equipped with a Picatinny rail – making it the ultimate in universal green laser sighting systems. All four of these models are available now through normal distribution and from www.crimsontrace.com starting at $269.

“By now, most consumers are savvy enough to know that green lasers have always been power-hungry compared to their red counterparts,” explained Kent Thomas, Director of Marketing for Crimson Trace. “By mounting them in front of the trigger guard, we’re able to utilize battery power in both a functional and design friendly way significantly more than ever – which means our customers never have to compromise on run tim e.” Just as important as the green laser product introduction, holsters from BladeTech, Mitch Rosen, De Santis, Crossbreed and Galco will be available to fit these new green laser sights.

The Laserguard platform is the ideal and ultimate additional to conceal carry firearms. The unit is quickly and easily installed by the user simply by securing around the trigger guard with provided screws. The profile for the pistol does change which is why Crimson Trace works with top holster manufacturers to create holster solutions for all Laserguard equipped firearms. Check out the Holster Resource Guidehttp://www.crimsontrace.com/uploads/Crimson_Trace_Holst

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