CTC Defense, a division of Crimson Trace Corporation, has been selected by the Crane Division of Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane) to supply the versatile LGD-645 Laserguard infrared laser sighting system for the Heckler and Koch HK45C handgun carried by members of Naval Special Warfare. This contract represents a significant number of Laserguards to be delivered over the span of 3 years and came after a considerable co-development effort between NSWC Crane and CTC Defense.
The LGD-645 is a rugged, waterproof and compact laser sighting device that attaches to the trigger guard of the HK handgun, offering instinctive activation of the IR laser onto the target
“CTC Defense is honored with the opportunity to take part in the process of conceiving, developing, and bringing to market, a completely new tool for today’s Warfighter”, said Dale Suzuki, Director of CTC Defense. “The CTC Defense team rapidly developed a product that adapts the latest laser sighting technology to solve issues of enhanced readiness, versatility, adaptability and simplicity with a product that, simply put, will save lives,” he added.
“CTC Defense is very pleased to have been selected by NSWC Crane to supply the LGD-645 infrared laser sights,” said Lane Tobiassen, President of Crimson Trace. “This competitive contract win validates our capabilities to rapidly co-develop, design and deliver critical equipment for today’s Warfighter,” he added.
CTC Defense, a division of Crimson Trace Corporation, has been selected by the Crane…
by Tactical-Life.com / Sep 14, 2010