(Wilsonville, OR)—Pocket pistols are popular for good reasons: most are small and easy to conceal, they can pack a punch, and they are lightweight. Many pocket pistols also incorporate the same features of larger full-sized handguns but on a much smaller scale. A big downside to most pocket pistols, however, is a lack of sights—or inadequate sights. Crimson Trace offers many pocket pistol improvements.
Being accurate with a pocket pistol is a challenge even for most experienced shooters. There is less to hold onto with smaller grips and these handguns are often difficult to control for a follow-up shot. The flat surface down the top of the barrel or slide on most pocket pistols leaves little assistance for accuracy and plenty of space for a miss. That’s where the advantages of laser sights shine brightly. The laser light downrange lets the shooter know precisely where the bullet will make impact.
In fact, Crimson Trace manufactures laser sights for popular pocket pistols from these manufacturers: Beretta, Bersa, Glock, Kahr Arms, Kimber, Remington, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Taurus and others. A top pocket pistol with a laser sight to consider for purchase could be Smith & Wesson’s M&P® Bodyguard® 380 where the Crimson Trace laser sight is built into the pistol’s frame.
Most Crimson Trace products to equip pocket pistols are found in the company’s Lasergrips and Laserguard® series of laser sights. These products are shipped with batteries, adjustment tools and easy-to-read owner manuals. All Crimson Trace laser sights can be easily installed without special gunsmithing skills or tools.
More details on Crimson Trace’s laser sights for pocket pistols and the company’s 260-plus laser sighting and firearm lighting products can be found at www.crimsontrace.com. Customers can also speak directly with a company representative at 800-442-2406.