Video: Crimson Trace's LinQ in Action

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posted on December 27, 2018
Crimson Trace has been a leader in the world of firearm-mounted lasers for many years, and their latest addition to the line, the LinQ, is sure to help keep them in their pole position for many years to come. This innovative wireless laser and LED light system, designed for use on long guns, allows for an intuitive and natural activation and many hours of use. NRA Publications' Editorial Director John Zent shows you just how revolutionary the new LinQ can be to your personal-defense strategy.

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