View Full Version : Crimson Trace follow up
October 29, 2005, 05:35 PM
Guys you are going to love these people if you ever deal with them. As I said they sent me free batteries on their free batteries for life program but what I didn't tell you was they sent me the wrong batteries.
Well a quick call (and you get a real person) to straighten out that I bought the AR 15 laser (different batteries) for their records gave me a very pleasant exspearience. The gentleman quickly got it straightened out and mailed me the right batterie, got them 2 days later.
I offered to send back the other batteries and he said no way, enjoy them if you want them.
I like these people and their product works as advertised.
November 6, 2005, 11:56 AM
Thanks, that's the kind of product info that is very helpful. I am a fan of thier product, and they were higher on my list than competitors, and this type of thing helps with a buying decision.
December 15, 2005, 01:12 PM
Not only that but they are the kinda company that encourages its employees to participate on great BBS's like The Firing Line. :D
Model 25, glad you had a use for the coin cell lithuims, Ready for some more CR 123s yet?
December 15, 2005, 01:34 PM
I love thier procuct but the problem is that they dont make the grips for hardly any guns, SIG-239 NO GRIPS--CZ RAMI--NO GRIPS, and on and on and on. So im gonna check out the lazer emitter in the op-rod made by some company out there.
December 15, 2005, 07:36 PM
Count this as another post endorsing their products. I didn't get the free battery offer, but I'd still suggest anyone might give a close look to these on their carry gun.
gfen, very happy.
December 16, 2005, 08:00 AM
These are great folks. I purchased CT grips for my Kimber after the free batteries for life offer had expired. I sent an e-mail to the moderator of the site and he hooked me up with the free batteries. They also have a great website:
December 16, 2005, 10:57 AM
If you want to use C.T. grips dont make the mistake that I did, and that means if you want them you had better call them first and make sure they offer them for the gun you want.Take my word for it.
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