Do you know how to sight-in and recalibrate your laser sight?
While Crimson Trace laser sights are factory sighted at 50', these tactical tools are completely user-adjustable for windage and elevation.
Our friends at Crimson Trace have a YouTube video to show customers just how easy it is to adjust their lasers! Demonstrating the basic steps to achieving sight alignment, sight picture, and the relationship of the laser dot to the proper sight picture, it's a great resource.
CrossBreed Holsters offers more selections for guns with Crimson Trace Lasers?
Here are just a few of our top sellers:
Do you have a favorite laser or light on your everyday carry firearm? Have you ever recalibrated it? Is there a new product on the market you've been looking forward to trying out?
Let us know in the comments below, we want to hear from you!
To find a holster to accommodate your firearm and any number of lasers and lights, please refer to the Holster Finder at the top of our site.
Jenn Jacques is a fierce defender of the 2A, concealed carry advocate, fishing enthusiast, avid hiker, hunter, and an all-around great gal with a gun. As a former Private Detective, Jenn put those skills to good use, fighting for gun rights in her home state of Wisconsin before becoming the first female editor of a 2A/Gun News site and moving on to become a publication writer, popular multi-media guest, and respected news expert.
Jacques has hundreds of hours of firearms training under her gun belt including USCCA's Street Encounters and Low Light/No Light Training, she is a graduate of the Gunsite Academy, and was named a S.A.F.E. Summer Local Champion of Firearm Safety by the NSSF's Project ChildSafe.
A staple in the firearms industry since 2009, Jenn is proud to be raising her three children with her husband John who is also an avid hunter, 2A supporter, and an amazing father.
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