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Updated on February 1, 2013
To say that SHOT Show is full of cutting-edge gear is a major understatement. There are thousands of people and products we wanted to see, but sadly we are merely mortals. Fortunately, we were able to talk about seriously awesome products with our favorite brands, like Crimson Trace. If laser sights (or laser beams) have a special place in your heart, get ready for some news so exciting it might cause your ticker to skip a beat or two.
Although it was announced a few months ago, the Defender Series collection still attracted a lot of attention at SHOT. Targeting the frugal gun owner, the lineup features red laser sights and falls between $129 and $149.
The Defender Series combines super-new designs and superior technology to produce an affordable laser sight option to its customers. The collection includes two types of platforms: Accu-Grips and Accu-Guard. Accu-Grips replace the stocks of revolvers, accommodating the Smith & Wesson J-Frame and Taurus M85. Accu-Guard sights fit around the trigger guards of semi autos and work with the Ruger LCP, Glock and Springfield XDm pistols.
Both styles are outfitted with the N-Gage activation switch, which is easy to access while still holding your firearm. Like all Crimson Trace products, the Defender Series is made in the USA.
We got the technological breakdown of one of our best-selling products, the Crimson Trace Rail Master products. The line includes red laser sights, green laser sights and lights. These universal-fit sights and lights will fit most firearms that have M1913 Picatinny or Weaver rail systems. These accessories will help you approve your aim and stay on target.
Check out the video for more details.
Did you go to SHOT? What were your favorite stops at the show?