Crimson Trace Introduces Laser Sight for Beretta Nano
August 9, 2012
Owners of Beretta's popular micro 9mm will soon have the ideal low light sighting system for their pistols, Crimson Trace's Beretta Nano Laserguard®. Available September 1, the new laser will be obtainable from the company's regular distribution network and from crimsontrace.com with an MSRP of $219. The short sight radius of these excellent CCW pieces present aiming challenges, particularly under difficult lighting conditions found in most self defense encounters. The Laserguard addresses these issues and places a bright red dot on the target as soon as the user takes a firing grip on the pistol, due to its Instinctive Activation™ system.
The Laserguard platform is the ideal and ultimate addition to concealed carry firearms. The entire unit adds virtually no weight to the firearm and is quickly and easily installled by the user simply securing around the trigger guard with provided screws. The profile for the pistol does change, which is why Crimson Trace works with top holster manufacturers to create holster solutions for all Laserguard-equipped firearms. Each Laserguard is pre-sighted from the factory at 50' and is fully adjustable by the user to fine tune it to their chosen self-defense ammunition. Featuring the most powerful laser allowable by law, the unit offers and industry leading 2 hour run time on one easily replaced 1/3N battery, which also qualifies for the Crimson Trace "Free Batteries For Life" program.
All CTC products are proudly designed, engineered and made in their state-of-the-art facility in Oregon. "The new Laserguard for the Beretta Nano represents the latest enhancement to the Crimson Trace product line and our commitment to providing our customers with the very best tools for their concealed carry firearms," said Kent Thomas, Director of Marketing for Crimson Trace. "We're looking forward to launching several more models this year to further enhance other compact handguns; this is proving to be another great year for Crimson Trace users."