Crimson Trace To Offer Collectible Grips

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As a 20th anniversary release, Crimson Trace is releasing 1000 sets of limited edition grips to the public.  Made for the 1911 platform from laminated Applejack wood they are truly a beautiful grip for the 1911.  While the price of them is only slightly higher then the normal MSRP of their normal 1911 grips, but I am sure the private resale market promises to be be much higher for those lucky enough to get a set and wanting to set.

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According to Crimson Trace they will be available on June 1.  For more information check out their website. http://www.crimsontrace.com/products/type/master-series/01-4510

(Wilsonville, OR) – Crimson Trace, the recognized industry leader in laser sighting systems and tactical lights for firearms, announces the release of Limited Edition Master Series™ 20th Anniversary Lasergrips® that will fit most full-size 1911 pistols. Only 1,000 of the Lasergrips (model LG-994) will be produced and offered to the public. The special laser sights-with a red laser diode-are being offered as part of the company’s recognition for 20 years of serving customers in the firearms industry.

These special collectible Lasergrips are crafted from laminated Applejack wood to produce stunning red on black and gray hues. A distinctive 20th Anniversary medallion is inset into the wood. The Lasergrips feature a front pad with Crimson Trace’s exclusive Instinctive Activation®. The product arrives in a keepsake box along with a special certificate of authenticity. The number on the certificate will match the serial number of the product and indicate the sequence in 1-of-1,000 produced.

The Limited Edition Master Series 20th Anniversary Lasergrips are available nationwide through select outlets and also online at www.crimsontrace.com. The Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price is $479.

Crimson Trace offers more than a dozen Lasergrips in the popular Master Series. Those models feature a compact and powerful laser diode and are designed to fit 1911 models with or without an ambidextrous safety. The company’s other products for 1911s use various woods, like walnut or cocobolo, and feature with either red or green lasers. Crimson Trace’s laser sight and light products for the 1911 are more numerous than those available from any other laser manufacturer.

For more details about Crimson Trace and its wide range of innovative laser sight and light products, visit www.crimsontrace.com or call 800-442-2406. Crimson Trace recognizes that no personal protection firearm is fully equipped without a laser sighting system. The company, based in Wilsonville, Oregon, is celebrating 20 years of laser sight design and manufacturing in 2014. All Crimson Trace products are proudly Made in the USA.

ABOUT CRIMSON TRACE:
Wilsonville, Oregon based Crimson Trace is the acknowledged industry leader for laser sighting systems and tactical lighting for firearms. The company’s award-winning innovations include: Lasergrips®, Laserguard®, Lightguard® , the Defender Series® and Rail Master® platforms. All are Made in the USA. More details are available at: www.crimsontrace.com or by calling 800-442-2406.
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  • Rusty Shackleford

    Wow, Crimson Trace now has 1,576,890 laser grips for the 1911a1 yet not a single one for a doublestack.

  • Zeropoint

    “These special collectible Lasergrips are crafted from laminated Applejack wood to produce stunning red on black and gray hues.”
    Make it Luna or Twilight and I’ll be interested.

  • hkryan

    Limited edition grips now? Why don’t they just offer this color and other colors all the time? It’s laminate for Pete’s sake…

    My bitching aside, congrats CT on 20 years!

  • AK™

    Throw in 2 bulk packs of .22LR and they could sell these for $1,000 and people WOULD BUY THEM…to re-sell at $2,500..and there are people out there that would pay for that…