Crimson Trace Provides Rail-Ready Products

Crimson Trace CMR-206 Rail Master on a Glock pistol
Crimson Trace CMR-206 Rail Master on a Glock pistol
Crimson Trace
Crimson Trace

Wilsonville, OR -(AmmoLand.com)- Crimson Trace, America’s leader in making laser sights standard equipment on all self-defense firearms, offers a wide range of laser sight and lighting options for firearms equipped with rails.

Handguns, especially many new models of concealed carry handguns, along with a growing number of long guns, come equipped with standard Weaver-style accessory rails, M1913 Picatinny rails, or molded-in rails. The Crimson Trace options to ride on those rails range from the small and powerful Rail Master up to the Rail Master Pro and on to the Modular Vertical Foregrip (MVF-515).

Crimson Trace’s Rail Masters are well known for being small, lightweight and easy to operate, and easy to secure onto the firearm’s rail. Packed with features, Rail Masters offer: Instant Activation, a 5-minute auto shut-off to conserve battery life because of inactivity, and either powerful green or red lasers. Nearly a half dozen Rail Master models are available, including one with a must-see coyote tan finish. Rail Masters can also be purchased pre-installed on some firearms, such as Browning’s .22 Buck Mark Black Label Carbon Fiber pistol.

Better news is that Rail Masters laser sights come packaged with four inserts as part of Crimson Trace’s Secure Lock Technology. This system permits placement in numerous locations on the rail to ensure the shooter has a best-fit for operation. This installation prevents slip offs that can occur with similar inexpensive models from other manufacturers. Three modes of operation with Rail Masters permits the user to select between: Constant-On, Momentary and Strobe laser. Crimson Trace’s CMR-206 Rail Master Universal green laser sight has an affordable Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price of only $229.

Crimson Trace green laser CMR-206 on S&W Shield
Crimson Trace green laser CMR-206 on S&W Shield

Crimson Trace’s offers another option for rails—the Rail Master Pro. These small and highly durable units combine the best of both worlds—laser and light. The CMR-204 (Green) and CMR-205 (Red) offer numerous operation modes: laser and light, laser only, light only and laser along with a disorienting strobe light. The red or green laser can be used along with the 100-Lumen LED white light, and this unit will automatically shut off after five minutes of inactivity.

For long guns with rails, such as the popular AR/MSR rifles, Crimson Trace offers the Modular Vertical Foregrip with red and green laser versions available. These MVFs provide 200-Lumens of white LED light and can be cycled through three light modes, including strobe and constant on. For proper attachment, these units require at least four inches of accessory rail. Easy-to-operate side buttons simplify control and use.

Crimson Trace is widely recognized as the world’s leading brand of laser sight systems and tactical lights for firearms. All Crimson Trace products can be easily installed without requiring modification to the firearm—or special gunsmithing skills. The company offers more green laser sights for firearms than the rest of the firearms accessory industry combined.

Full details on the 200-plus Crimson Trace products, and the Wilsonville, Oregon headquartered company, can be obtained by visiting www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.

ABOUT CRIMSON TRACE:

Crimson Trace, based in Wilsonville Oregon, is the acknowledged world leader for laser sighting systems and tactical lighting for firearms. The company offers more than 200 products and its award-winning innovations include: LiNQ, Lasergrips, Laserguard, Laserguard Pro, Master Series and Lightguard  –all with Instinctive Activation. The company’s product line also includes theDefender Series and Rail Master platforms. Crimson Trace proudly serves civilian, law enforcement and military markets around the globe.

More details are available at www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.

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