Crimson Trace honors 2 millionth customer with factory tour, engraved pistol

“I have really enjoyed the Crimson Trace laser sight on my pistol,” said Illinois resident David Dunker upon being notified that he was the Crimson Trace’s 2 millionth customer.

For buying the novelty and a little bit of luck, the company selected him to fly out to Wilsonville, Oregon, for a factory tour and a meet and greet with the CEO, Lane Tobiassen, who awarded him with an engraved 1911 pistol equipped with the patented Lasergrip.

“I am truly honored with this recognition, and [Crimson Trace] makes great products,” Dunker said, who was named the 2 millionth customer after placing an order through the company’s website.

Crimson Trace launched in 1994, developing a laser sight system for a Glock handgun, and patented its staple product in 1996, according to its website.

In it’s 20 years, Crimson Trace has averaged 100,000 customers a year. It now has six distinct product lines that either attach to a firearm rail or grip.

While Crimson Trace caters to a variety of brands and models, it’s most popular models attach to pistols made by Glock, Ruger, Smith & Wesson and Kahr Arms. Prices range from $120 to $320, with an average price of $234.

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