(Wilsonville, OR) – Crimson Trace, the shooting industry’s recognized leader in laser sighting systems and tactical lights for firearms, had several employees recently complete a special Retail Education Seminar held by the National Shooting Sports Foundation. The employees—Charlie Sunderlin, Luke Fery and Kris Richard—are key members of the Crimson Trace firearms support team, and are responsible for firearms acquisition, tracking and distribution. The company regularly uses firearms for product grip fit tests, R&D and performance evaluations.
“At Crimson Trace, we place a high priority on ATF compliance, and this training definitely will help us keep accurate records,” says Charlie Sunderlin, Crimson Trace’s Armorer. “The valuable security training provided at this seminar will help retailers thwart thieves and straw purchasers, too. It was well worth the time.”
The 5-hour seminar was held in the Portland area and covered such topics as: error proofing federal firearms forms, becoming more aware of straw purchases, properly selling firearms at gun shows, and how to take a thorough firearms inventory. The NICS background check process and more topics were covered during the educational seminar.
Crimson Trace is well known as the nation’s top manufacturer and seller of more than 160 accessories for firearms, including lights, fore grips, laser sights and light-and-laser combination units, such as the company’s new Rail Master Pro. The company offers more than two dozen laser sight systems for the popular 1911 pistols.
Crimson Trace has undertaken a new promotional campaign that encourages everyone to ask themselves, “have you done everything in your power to defend yourself and what’s yours?” The rallying words are: “In Condition Crimson™, We Stand.”
For more details, visit www.conditioncrimson.com or call 800-442-2406. All Crimson Trace products are proudly Made in the USA. This year the company is celebrating 20 years of award winning product innovation.