Crimson Trace Lasergrips on New Ruger LCR
Wilsonville, OR – -(TacticalWire.com)- Crimson Trace announced today the co-release of new Lasergrips for Ruger's new LCR light compact revolver, developed in parallel with the gun for public display at the 2009 SHOT Show in Orlando, FL. The new groundbreaking revolver from Ruger is the first polymer-framed revolver ever released in the US market, and it says a lot about market acceptance of, and demand for, Crimson Trace's laser sights on compact personal defense firearms that Ruger would seek to launch their gun with Lasergrips equipped at the factory.
The new LG-411 Lasergrips feature the latest Crimson Trace has to offer. They come with a rubber overmolded front activation pad, hard polymer side panels for easy holsterability, and a rubber overmolded backstrap with a special recoil-absorbing pocket similar to that has become very popular on previous models for revolvers.
• Recoil-reducing backstrap pocket
• Polymer side panels for snag-free holstering
• Comfortable rubber overmolded front and back straps
• Instinctive front activation
• Master on / off switch
• 4 hour battery life and up to 5 year shelf life
The Ruger LCR is due on store shelves March 1, 2009 with either a Crimson Trace equipped model or without. Customers purchasing the gun without will be able to purchase Lasergrips direct from Crimson Trace dealers or from the Crimson Trace website shortly after that date.