With today’s renewed interest in American made products that create American jobs, there’s good news as our nation takes a break this Labor Day holiday—Crimson Trace continues its near 20 year tradition of “Made in the USA.” All of the company’s products are proudly engineered and made in Wilsonville, Oregon. That was one of the early guiding principles established by company founder Lew Danielson.
At Crimson Trace’s production facility and headquarters, there are production workers, support staff, engineers, customer service representatives, along with executives, to design, build, test, package, and ship the more than 150 Crimson Trace products available. Since the company’s founding days back in 1994, it has stood by its commitment to build its products in America.
Customers have agreed with the Made in the USA program with their wallets. The company’s Rail Master®, Laserguards®, and Lasergrips® are some of America’s most popular firearms accessories. The Crimson Trace laser product line is the most comprehensive offered by any manufacturer of laser sighting devices for firearms. Plus, the company offers many models of both red and green lasers. These items have helped Americans defend themselves, their families and our nation. Many Crimson Trace products are also used by military soldiers and law enforcement officers around the globe.
All are backed by the best customer service (800-442-2406) and support in the industry—period.
So, where can you buy these “Made in the USA” products this Labor Day? The quickest method could be to visit the company’s online store at www.crimsontrace.com. If you have questions about fit and feel, you can also visit the website to find a local outlet through the dealer locator link. Should you have other questions, visit the website’s FAQ segment to learn about beam visibility, batteries, holsters and other topics. The website also has a custom holster guide and many videos showing how the laser grips are installed and adjusted.
Every day the products from Crimson Trace bear the U.S. flag and “Made in the USA” logo. Thanks, America.
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