Hunting with Laser Sights
The evolution of sighting aids dates back to the first crude, iron sights on the matchlock firearms of the 16th century, and has morphed into the high-tech telescopic sights we all love. Laser sights—such as those produced by Crimson Trace—are an amazing tool.
First Look: Crimson Trace's LiNQ
Lasergrips aren't items we typically spend much time discussing here at American Hunter—we're far more likely to leave that particular family of accessories to our colleagues at American Rifleman and Shooting Illustrated. There comes a time, though, when a product simply demands a closer look.