Crimson Trace's LiNQ: A Revolution in Laser Grips

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posted on January 4, 2016
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Our friends at Shooting Illustrated recently sent Managing Editor Daniel McElrath to Oregon to cover the unveiling of Crimson Trace's latest innovation in laser grip technology, the LiNQ. "Think of it as Bluetooth for your gun," reports McElrath, describing this wirelessly connected pistol grip/controller and fore-end-mounted laser/light module suitable for AR rifles. 

Want to read more about this innovative—and remarkably affordable—system? Click here to read his article

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