The new Crimson Trace RIG combines a weapon mounted light and an angled foregrip
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Crimson Trace is launching its next step in foregrip technology, The new Rapid Illumination Grip (RIG). It combines a 500-peak-lumen weapon light with an angled foregrip. The Crimson Trace RIG has efficiently streamlined the highest-demand accessories for rifles, carbines, and pistols into one multi-purpose device.

Crimson Trace RIG Details

Completely ambidextrous, the RIG is compatible with M-LOK or Picatinny rails and includes an optional, ambidextrous remote switch. The primary switch naturally sits at the resting point ofend-user’s index finger for seamless and effortless activation. Constructed from a mixture of polymer and aircraft grade aluminum, the RIG™ undergoes rigorous simulated and live-firetesting to withstand the most extreme conditions.

The RIG ships with two rechargeable batteries. Additionally, the user can swap batteries without removing the grip from their rifle. At 1-hour peak-lumen runtime per battery, the RIG stays in the fight in the moments that matter most. There’s nothing worse than having your light die when you need, for example clearing a building at 2am. Finally, the lumen output can be manually adjusted with left- and right-sidevariable brightness buttons.

The angled foregrip of the RIG™ can greatly enhance the maneuverability of rail-equipped firearms,especially the incredibly popular AR pistol platform, but it is equally effective on full-size rifles,carbines, and even AK-style firearms. Lastly, the RIG’s price will keep it available to all end users, starting at $175.

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