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Who says you can't carry a good gun and look awesome at the same time? Now that the grip screw situation has been solved, I can set up my Springfield Armory RO with my red Crimson Trace 20th Anniversary Master Series grips. This grips...man they just look amazing. The best part is that they still…

One of the new products for 2016 that I'm legitimately interested in is LiNQ from Crimson Trace. In simple terms, it brings the best feature of Crimson Trace's laser grips, instinctive activation, to the world of AR15 pattern rifles. How does it do this? Dark sorcery Science. Here's Crimson Trace's explanation: LiNQ™ combines a green…

Two topics we've spent a lot of time and energy on here at Gun Nuts: lasers on defensive pistols and red dot sights on defensive pistols. It's no secret that I'm a big fan of both ideas for a lot of reasons, and that I recommend Crimson Trace lasers for any serious defensive pistol. But…

Yesterday, we talked about the importance of lights and lasers on defensive firearms. I wasn't particularly surprised when both here and on Facebook comments showed up saying that lasers were bad. These comments all followed the exact same pattern: "Well actually I prefer to train to use the sights because I'll get dependent on the…

Getting guns ready for Crimson Trace M3GI is always an interesting prospect. Ideally, I'd be able to set everything up with a light and a laser, but that's not always feasible. Some guns lack the rail space for both, or in the case of my VP9 it's impossible to find a holster that fits. However,…

One of the coolest matches of the year is right around the corner, and I'm excited to get the chance to head out and shoot the Crimson Trace M3GI again. It's basically the only 3-gun match I shoot each year, and I like to use it as an opportunity to test guns and gear that…