Crimson Trace to launch dozens of new products at upcoming SHOT Show

01/10/19 6:00 AM | by

Crimson Trace will unveil new red dots at SHOT Show. (Photo: Crimson Trace)

Crimson Trace is prepped to head to SHOT Show in two weeks with two dozen new products to show off to attendees in Las Vegas.

The company announced a slew of new items including red and green laser sights, red dot sights for pistols and long guns, and long range and medium range riflescopes. In its laser sights series, Crimson Trace will unveil the Laserguard LG-422/G, Laserguard LG-459 and Lasersaddle LS-250/G. The Laserguards will feature a red or green diode and are designed for the Sig Sauer P365 and Smith & Wesson M&P Shield EZ. The Lasersaddle is Crimson Trace’s Mosserberg Shockwave model, available in red or green.

The company’s expanded electronic optics includes a variety of options for consumers. (Photo: Crimson Trace)

The red dot sights that will be showcased in Crimson Trace’s booth are the CTS-1000, CTS-1100, CTS-1400. The CTS-1000 is a closed red dot featuring a 2 MOA aiming reticle while the CTS-1100 is a 3.5X battlesight with custom, fully-illuminated Crimson Trace hybrid BDC reticle. The CTS-1400 is an open red dot sight offering a 3.25 MOA aiming reticle and wide field of view.

Crimson Trace says 11 new custom-designed riflescopes will also join the lineup, ranging in magnification from 1-4x24mm up to 5-25x56mm. The scopes offer a bevy of magnification options with generous eye relief. All scopes sport turrets designed for use alongside gloved hands, making adjustments easier. Crimson trace scopes are all fog-proof, shock-proof, water-proof and dust-proof.

Crimson Trace will head to SHOT Show in Las Vegas alongside the rest of the gun industry Jan. 21 to Jan. 25.

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