If you're holding it, you're aiming it.™
Instinctive Activation™ is the hallmark of the Crimson Trace brand and the primary differentiating factor between Crimson Trace laser sights and the rest of the industry. Our products, including Lasergrips®, Laserguard®, and Lightguard™, offer the unique advantage of Instinctive Activation.
Instinctive Activation means that when you hold your gun in a normal firing grip, the laser is on. When you holster or disengage your grip, the laser turns off. No button switching, no thinking, no battery drain, and no valuable time lost.
When your gun is deployed and the muzzle is pointed downrange, you can be sure that your Crimson Trace laser is activated, and your eyes are on the target.
- Lightguard tactical lights feature Instinctive Activation and are compatible with rear-activation Lasergrips
- Lightguard models provide a powerful 100-130 Lumen LED white light
- Lightguard tactical lights allow you to operate both your tactical light and laser sight with one hand
Instinctive Activation will help you become a more accurate shooter, place you on target faster, and allow you to reach for your personal defense firearm with much more confidence. When you choose a Crimson Trace product, you’re choosing a distinct tactical advantage you wouldn’t have otherwise. It’s why we say, “When You’re Holding It, You’re Aiming It.”
Immediate. Decisive. Advantage.™
In general, handguns are compact firearms that can be difficult to aim effectively. Crimson Trace lasers offer the advantage of consistent and accurate output. This translates into increased confidence and pistol shooting accuracy -- even in tense and threatening scenarios, when hours and hours of vigilant training can disappear in a haze of panic and confusion.
It's no secret that shooters of all skill levels own laser sights - but what's less understood is that everyone can become a better shot with the advanced technology and top-tier engineering of our always expanding line of laser sighting products for pistols and rail-equipped rifles.