Regardless of which Ruger pistol shooters own, they have a variety of choices when it comes to Crimson Trace laser sights. This is especially true when it comes to concealed-carry guns, such as the LC models.
Crimson Trace offers four Laserguard sights for the Ruger LCP, along with several sighting options for the LC9, LC9S and LC380 pistols. The company even produces Lasergrips for the LCR and LCRx revolvers. And of course, Crimson Trace provides dozens of Lasergrips that fit various Ruger 1911 handguns. However, not everyone realizes that shooters can choose between red and green laser for most models.
Green lasers typically cost more than red lasers, but green is much easier for the human eye to see. This is particularly true during daylight hours.
Now the benefits of laser sights are immense. In addition to instant target acquisition, lasers are good for training as well. A laser on the target shows every twitch, jerk and movement as the trigger is pulled. If a shooter is flinching, a laser reveals this action.
Crimson Trace offers more than 350 laser sights and lights for firearms. Most feature the company’s patented Instinctive Activation technology. This activates the light or laser automatically with a firing grip. This makes using these products easy and instinctive. Simply draw and aim and the laser, or light, is pointing at the target.
Of course, Crimson Trace offers lasers for numerous firearms other than just Ruger models. In fact, as part of the American Outdoor Brands Corporation, numerous Smith & Wesson firearms come with Crimson Trace lasers. And all models can be easily installed, and are covered under Crimson Trace’s Free Batteries for Life program.
For more information about Crimson Trace laser sights, please visit crimsontrace.com.
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