Crimson Trace Master Series Lasergrips upgrade classic 1911

Crimson Trace takes aim at the legendary 1911 semi-automatic pistol with a new set of Master Series Lasergrips laser sights, bringing the iconic pistol into the technological age.

Available in red and green laser sight models, the Master Series features a master on/off switch that pairs with windage and elevation adjustments. The laser grips are also compatible with ambidextrous safeties and fit existing 1911 holsters.

Elevating these grips even further is the included Instinctive Activation technology which prompts the laser to activate when the firearm is held in a normal firing grip and when the shooter is ready to fire.

The Master Series grips are easy to install on the 1911 frame and require no gunsmithing. Users simply swap out their current grip panels for the laser sights.

The laser sights come in a variety of woods and colors to include Rosewood, Walnut, Cocobolo Diamond, G10 Black, G10 Green and G10 Gray. In addition, the laser grips are available in full and compact sizes as well as round heel and other designs.

The Master Series prices start at $399 with most models ready to ship.

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