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Crimson Trace

Crimson Trace

Indianapolis, IN -(– When the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meeting opens in Indianapolis, Indiana on April 25th, Crimson Trace will be displaying more than a dozen new products in booth number 3648.

Visitors at the show will also be able to see and experience the many product lines that Crimson Trace offers.

If you need a top reason to visit those displays, consider the company’s limited edition 20th Anniversary Master Series Lasergrips for the 1911 pistol. Only 1,000 of these special Lasergrips will be produced and offered to the public.

Next, Crimson Trace will also have the new Laserguard LG-443 for the subcompact Glock 42 on display. Crimson Trace will also be offering the LG-494, a Laserguard designed to fit Remington’s new R51 9mm pistol. Finally, visitors can meet company founder Lew Danielson in the booth.

“The NRA Annual Meeting is my favorite industry show of the year,” commented Crimson Trace Founder and board member Lew Danielson. “This year the company is celebrating 20 years of service to gun owners—and users—around the globe. From military and law enforcement units to the average guy—or his wife—on the street with the concealed carry permit, we make products to help them survive anything they could encounter.”

The Crimson Trace booth will be stocked with a fully interactive display featuring more than 100 firearms equipped with various Crimson Trace products. A special on-site store will make those products immediately available for purchase—and special show-only discounts are available.

The special 20th Anniversary Master Series Lasergrips—crafted for the popular 1911 pistol from stunning Applejack wood—will be available for purchase at the event or can also be purchased online. Crimson Trace will also debut a prototype LG-489G for the S&W Shield compact pistol and a prototype LG-415/415G for Ruger’s LCR and LCRX handguns.

Crimson Trace notes: “The world can be a dangerous place. Equip accordingly.” The company, based in Wilsonville, Oregon, is celebrating 20 years in 2014. All Crimson Trace products are Made in the USA.


Crimson Trace, the acknowledged industry leader for laser sighting systems and tactical lighting for firearms, is based in Wilsonville, Oregon. Its award-winning innovations include Lasergrips, Laserguard and Lightguard, all with Instinctive Activation. The company’s product line also includes the Defender Series and Rail Master platforms, all are proudly Made in the USA.

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