Crimson Trace, the industry leader in laser sighting technology, announces the introduction of two new green Lasergrips® models with the 1911 enthusiasts in mind. Just like the company’s popular red Lasergrips versions, the new green models (LG-401G and LG-404G) are durable, easy to install, simple to operate, and it’s easy to see the results on the target.
These new Crimson Trace products are widely available now. Suggested retail prices for the new green Lasergrips are $399 and buyers can find a local dealer at www.crimsontrace.com.
“As the industry leader, we take great pride in our ability to develop the newest, latest and best technology story for laser sighting systems. Rather than churning out a green laser for “green laser’s sake,” we’ve worked tirelessly to develop the most efficient power solution and cleanest laser beam available on the market,” said Kent Thomas, Director of Marketing and Product Development. “Our goals remain the same: to enhance people’s ability to protect home, family and country and to make laser sighting systems standard equipment on every personal protection firearm. With this innovative green laser solution, there’s no question we’ve contributed to those goals.”
The LG-401G is top-of-its-class in design and engineering. This Lasergrip features Crimson Trace’s patented Instinctive Activation and is recognized as one of the smallest green lasers developed for firearms on the market today. The unit’s precision design offers seamless fit to full-size gun frames to ensure that desired from-the-factory appearance. The new LG-404G is designed for compact 1911 handguns and also utilizes Instinctive Activation.
Laser sights with green diodes are growing in appeal to gun owners and self-defense enthusiasts because the technology is better perceived by many shooter’s eyes during intense lighting.
Customers will easily note the green Crimson Trace products on the shelves of gun shops and retailers because of the prominent black box packaging with green Crimson Trace logos on the exterior.
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