Crimson Trace

  1. The Crimson Trace Laserguard - Grip and Rip

    The Crimson Trace Laserguard - Grip and Rip

    If you like a laser on your pistol, the Crimson Trace Laserguard may be a great option. Oh boy, the world of visible lasers is seemingly ruled by a single company known as Crimson Trace. That's hyperbole, kind of. They do rule the market. Other companies make visible lasers for handguns, but Crimson Trace truly dominates. One of their latest...
  2. 5 Great J-Frame Options for Concealed Carry

    5 Great J-Frame Options for Concealed Carry

    The designation J-Frame is technically an S&W term for a particular revolver frame size. The J-Frame moniker has evolved and grown and now become a term meaning small revolver in general. The J-Frame has become synonymous with snub nose revolver. Revolvers are still competent carry guns and offer shoots a small, but superbly powerful carry option. Revolvers are still incredibly...
  3. The Crimson Trace Rail Master - Shoot the Dot

    The Crimson Trace Rail Master - Shoot the Dot

    I recently watched a little American film classic called Tango and Cash. This action flick stars both Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell as an odd couple style pair of detectives framed for.... Okay, I'm getting off track, but my takeaway was how hilarious I found the size of Kurt Russell's laser sight on his GP100. It was nearly as big...
  4. How to Sight-In and Recalibrate Your Laser Sight

    How to Sight-In and Recalibrate Your Laser Sight

    Demonstrating the basic steps to achieve sight alignment and picture, Crimson Trace makes learning how to sight-in and recalibrate your laser sight easy!

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