(Wilsonville, OR)—Crimson Trace, the world’s most recognized brand in laser sights for self-defense firearms, will exhibit numerous new products in booth 4331 at the upcoming NRA Annual Meeting in Louisville, KY on May 20-22. These many new innovative products will feature red and green laser sights designed to firmly fit onto hundreds of firearm models. Owners of revolvers, pistols and long guns will find something to fit their firearms in the NRA Annual meeting displays.
Leading the new product introductions will be Crimson Trace’s new LiNQ® wireless light/laser sight combination, along with the Laserguard Pros® for Smith & Wesson’s Shield, Glock’s 42 and 43 pistols, and the full-size Springfield XD-s. Laserguard Pros feature a combination 150-lumen LED white light and laser sight that permits the user to select between laser and light, or laser only and light only modes.
“Consumers and dealers have come to expect innovative, reliable and functional products from Crimson Trace,” noted Lane Tobiassen, Crimson Trace President and CEO. “This year we’re very excited to announce LiNQ, a wireless light / laser control system for long guns that eliminates clumsy wires, tape switches and foregrip buttons when the shooter wants to activate lights and lasers. Our engineers have invested years perfecting this game-changing platform which is an entirely new product category.” LiNQ features a green laser sight and 300-Lumen LED white light and is designed to fit hundreds of AR/MSR rifles. Crimson Trace will be giving away a free LiNQ each day in a drawing at the booth.
Visitors to the Crimson Trace booth at the NRA event will also be able to see and try the growing number of Crimson Trace laser sights that are paired with form fitting Blade-Tech holsters. More than a dozen Blade Tech holsters are available for various handguns with Crimson Trace products installed—and these will be in a special display section of the booth. An additional reason to visit booth 4331 is the special sale with savings of up to $150 offered on Crimson Trace products in the on-site store. The company will have many of the 200-plus products it manufactures on display and in stock during the event.
For more than two decades, Wilsonville, Oregon based Crimson Trace has provided America’s gun owners, and military units and law enforcement officers around the globe, with the world’s largest selection of award-winning laser sight and tactical light products. Crimson Trace offers more than 225 products and is widely recognized as the world’s leading brand of laser sights for firearms. Full details can be obtained by visiting www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.