Crimson Trace Founder Lew Danielson to Retire
The founder of Crimson Trace, Lew Danielson, has officially announced his retirement. Danielson—winner of our 2015 NRA Golden Bullseye Pioneer Award—co-founded Crimson Trace in the backroom of an Oregon machine shop in 1994. It eventually grew into one of the industry's more renowned companies, and recently sold to Smith & Wesson for $95 million.
Smith & Wesson to Acquire Crimson Trace Corporation
Smith & Wesson has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Crimson Trace for a reported $95 million.
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.
Last Chance: Crimson Trace Man Cave Sweepstakes
Consumers have one more week to enter the Crimson Trace Man Cave Makeover Sweepstakes, which officially closes on Jan. 15, 2015.