Crimson Trace Corporation, the leading brand of laser sights and tactical lighting products for firearms, announces that the company’s laser training and education video, “The Lasers Edge,” has surpassed the half million units distribution milestone. The free DVD has been available at gun shops and firearms retail outlets across America since January 2013.
“We, at Crimson Trace, take our position as the industry leader very seriously and believe it’s our responsibility to educate the market on the need for laser sighting systems. It is our goal to make laser sights standard equipment for every personal protection firearm sold in America,” said Kent Thomas, Director of Marketing and Product Development, “With more than a half million consumers calling, e-mailing and requesting ‘The Laser’s Edge,’ it’s clear that our message is having a significant impact with today’s new gun owner. We are humbled by the response to this training and education tool and look forward to placing this in the hands of thousands more gun owners in 2014.”
Filmed in high-definition on location at Gunsite Academy in Prescott, Arizona, “The Laser’s Edge” training DVD features technology, tactics, training methods and information for today’s self-defense and concealed-carry consumers. The footage covers education and numerous shooting techniques.
This video features several notable shooting industry personalities, including: Michael Bane, host of Shooting Gallery; Julie Golob, 2012 Bianchi Cup Champion; Iain Harrison, editor of Recoil Magazine; four-time world shooting champion Todd Jarrett; Richard Mann, author of “Handgun Training for Personal Protection” and Dave Starin with Gunsite Academy. Featured subjects include: “Weapon Mounted Lights,” “Concealed Carry,” and “Target Visibility.”
The Laser’s Edge DVD can be obtained FREE online at Crimson Trace (www.crimsontrace.com) or by calling 1-800-442-2406. Crimson Trace products are proudly engineered and manufactured in Wilsonville, Oregon.
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