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Introducing the Crimson Trace Defender Series

Introducing the Crimson Trace Defender Series

For years, Crimson Trace has been on the outside looking in as other tactical optics companies rolled out low-price, introductory laser optics. Not anymore. The Crimson Trace Defender Series, introduced at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, is a new foray into affordable personal defense optics for Crimson Trace. Targeting new and inexperienced shooters, the Defender Series activates with an ergonomically designed push-button system, rather than Crimson Trace's traditional instinctive activation system. The Defender Series will be available in January for Glocks, the Springfield XD line, the Ruger LCP, Smith & Wesson J-Frame revolvers and the Taurus Model 85 with prices ranging from $129-150. Check out the video from SHOT Show.

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