Crimson Trace’s Rail Master laser sighting systems and tactical lights have dramatically grown in popularity since their introduction, and for good reason. The durable and compact units are rugged and easy to operate. Now, add the new Rail Master Pro as another reason your favorite firearm should be equipped with a Crimson Trace Rail Master.
“The Rail Master Pro laser / light combination offers proven Crimson Trace performance and quality in a rugged, compact unit that fits nearly every rail-equipped handgun and long gun,”said Lane Tobiassen, Crimson Trace President & CEO. “It sets a new standard in functionality, reliability, and ease-of-use that our customers have come to expect from Crimson Trace products.” There are two Rail Master Pros and six standard Rail Masters offered in 2014.
Utilizing Crimson Trace’s Secure Lock Technology, the Rail Master Pros attach to a gun’s rail system—and won’t let go. In varying temperatures, and with repeated pounding recoil, the compact Rail Master Pro is the go-to unit for versatility and Crimson Trace quality. The mounting options are nearly limitless with the provided inserts that permit configuring the unit to numerous firearms. All Rail Masters can be quickly switched from gun to gun in seconds.
And, because it’s a Crimson Trace product, the Rail Master Pros (CMR-205 and CMR-204) are packed with features and are uniquely engineered with several programmed modes. The options include: light and laser, laser only, light only and strobing light paired with the laser. Rail Master Pros are waterproof to 1 meter and have an impact resistant CNC machined solid aluminum housing. The battery life for this high-powered system is 4 hours and the unit automatically shuts-off after five minutes of non-use.
Crimson Trace is celebrating 20 years of laser sight manufacturing in 2014. 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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