Keeping Your Eyes on the Threat

Crimson Trace laser sights provide very effective sighting compensation when a student cannot see their sights due to darkness or low-light conditions, physical obstructions, eye contaminants (irritants, tears, blood), or loss of corrective lenses.  The bright red or green laser dot will accurately show the point-of-aim and point-of-impact, regardless of whether the student is able to visually align their sights on the target.

Laser sights can also allow the student to stay engaged with their target while they survey their shooting backdrop.  This permits assessing what may be next to, or behind, their target.  This is especially effective during high-stress situations where movement, noise, and "tunnel vision" become a factor.


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