Wilsonville, OR -(AmmoLand.com)- When firearms manufacturers in America, and beyond, decide to pre-install and ship laser sights on the handguns they sell, most of those manufacturers give a nod to Crimson Trace.
In fact, Crimson Trace has more OEM partnerships with more gun manufacturers (16 and counting) than the rest of the industry laser sight manufacturers—combined. Those firearm manufacturers include: Kimber, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Browning, Bersa, Remington, Springfield and others.
“These widely noted manufacturers produce great firearms, and Crimson Trace is proud to be the supplier of laser sights for their products,” stated Jeff Goddard, Crimson Trace Director of OEM Sales. “This program provides one of the best routes for a shopping customer to obtain the best possible fit for the firearm they purchase.”
The pre-installed options are numerous.
Factory installation of Crimson Trace laser sights helps customers make easy choices—the product is selected by experts and pre-installed—and often at a savings to the customer. The size of pistols with Crimson Trace laser sights pre-installed ranges from the compact S&W Bodyguard 380s up to the full-size 1911 Kimber semi-auto pistols.
Kimber offers Crimson Trace Lasergrips on more than a dozen of the company’s popular 1911 pistols, ranging from the Crimson Carry II to the Covert Series that’s equipped with unique digital camouflage pattern Crimson Trace Lasergrips. The company’s SOLO and Micro pistols are also available with Crimson Trace laser sights pre-installed. In fact, some of the Crimson Trace Lasergrips found on these pistols are not sold elsewhere. Kimber offers green and red Crimson Trace laser sights pre-installed. More details are at: www.kimberamerica.com
Crimson Trace laser sights are also pre-installed on numerous firearms sold by Smith & Wesson, including the Bodyguard pistols and revolvers. S&W’s 2015 product catalog (or at www.smith-wesson.com) shows many handguns equipped in the factory with Crimson Trace laser sights.
Ruger is the only manufacturer to incorporate the new Crimson XChange Technology with a unique, patented interchangeable laser or light system. This Crimson Trace designed and built XChange Technology system provides a from-the-factory appearance and form-fit onto Ruger’s popular LC9 Pro pistol. The system permits the user to easily change from laser to light—or back. Crimson Trace laser sights can also be found pre-installed on the company’s LC380, LCR, LCRx, LCP and LC9 pistols. Discover details at www.ruger.com.
Pre-installed Crimson Trace laser sighting products can also be found on: Bersa (Thunder), Browning (Black Label Carbon Fiber Buckmark 22), Remington (R1), Springfield (XDs), Sig Sauer and pistols from several other manufacturers. You can also discover additional details at: www.crimsontrace.com in the PRE-INSTALLED section.
These many options make the pistol purchasing process easier for customers and are sometimes the only route to ownership of the desired Crimson Trace laser sight.
Crimson Trace is widely recognized as America’s foremost leader in establishing laser sighting systems as standard equipment on concealed-carry and personal defense firearms. For more than two decades, the Wilsonville, Oregon based company has provided America’s gun owners, and military units and law enforcement officers around the globe, with the world’s largest selection of award-winning laser sight and tactical light products. All Crimson Trace products are Proudly American.
Full details are at www.crimsontrace.com or available by calling 800-442-2406.
About Crimson Trace:
Crimson Trace, America’s industry leader for laser sighting systems and tactical lighting for firearms, is based in Wilsonville, Oregon. The company’s numerous award-winning innovations include: Lasergrips, Laserguard and Lightguard –all with Instinctive Activation. The company’s product lines also include the Defender Series and Rail Master platforms. Crimson Trace is Proudly American.
More details are available at: www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.
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