When it comes to designing, manufacturing, marketing and selling laser sighting systems and lights for firearms, having many years of experience can be a definite advantage. Did you know that Crimson Trace’s employees have more than 500 years of combined experience in the firearms industry?
That’s a huge number by any standard.
“The vast experience our employees bring to every stage of our product development and production process results in the high quality and standards our customers have come to expect from Crimson Trace,” said Lane Tobiassen, Crimson Trace President and CEO. “The company is especially proud of our many long-term employees and their contributions to our mission.” One long-term employee has been employed with the company more than 17 years.
The company’s employees understand firearms and the many related physics, such as recoil, that have to be considered when designing firearm accessories, such as laser sighting systems. Crimson Trace employees also understand many of the same concealed carry practices, self-defense strategies, and firearms-related details as do gun owners across America. This important in-depth knowledge about firearms aids employees at many levels.
Those combined years of experience has resulted in Crimson Trace’s industry recognition for innovation and first-class customer service. Knowledge helps develop a common ground for tackling many problems related to designing, building, marketing and selling lasers to consumers, the military and law enforcement.
Crimson Trace also strives to train salespersons in the retail stores that sell the company’s products. The more those sales representatives know, the more details they can pass to customers to aid with laser purchase decisions. Visit a local Crimson Trace dealer (find a dealer at http://www.crimsontrace.com/company/dealer-locator/) to discover how your local gun shop’s staff can help you find the right laser sighting system for your firearm(s).
Crimson Trace will celebrate 20 years as a company in 2014, and continue adding to the 500–plus years of experience. Based in Wilsonville, Oregon, the company’s goal is to make laser sighting systems standard equipment on every personal protection firearm in the United States. All Crimson Trace products are Made in the USA. More details are at www.crimsontrace.com.
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