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Most Helpful Positive Review Great laser/light
This is a great laser/light,very bright light even in a bright room very vi...
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Most Helpful Negative Review the plastic rail that connects the laser to the gun broke after 2 fire shots.
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Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro - Beretta PX4 Storm

by Jimmy, from United States, AZ Written on February 8, 2015
I was skeptical at 1st but after I mounted it to my PX4 Storm. I took it to the range and I did not need to make any adjustments. It is very accurate. The activation button is right by the trigger. You do not need to use a second hand for activation. I highly recommend the Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro. I am thinking about replacing the Viridian W22 on my Walther PK380 with the Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro....
Pros:
  • None
Cons:
  • None
  • none!
Best Used for:
  • Accuracy; darkeness
Would recommend: Yes
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effective light /laser combo for my XD 45

by Andy, from United States, OH Written on February 7, 2015
The Rail Master Pro is a well desinged quality piece of defensive sighting equipment. Once I figured out which mounting lug adapter to use the installation was easy. I needed just a bit of elevation adjustment for 15 feet while the windage was right on out-of-the-box. The mode switching function is not something to change on the fly in a tense defensive situation. You will probably want to figure out how you want it set up and keep it there. No threat is going to give you a time out while you fuss around cycling through the options....
Would recommend: Yes
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Ad design on the mounting bracket for the Crimson Trace Railmaster Pro cmr 204

by Rich, from United States, MA Written on January 24, 2015
I also purchased the ct railmaster pro cmr 204 in green and had the same problem but mine was from recoil while shooting it broke right off my gun which was a Smith & Wesson M&P compact 40. I thought it didn't fit properly from day one I was always tightening because it seemed loose. I contacted CT and told them I had only owned it for a couple weeks and wanted a refund for this POS product but was informed if I had bought it from them directly they would have replaced it no questions asked but because I purchased it from my local gun shop for wait for it $349 they wouldn't take it back. Luckily for me my gun shop is a legitate place and they were willing to take it back which I informed them I didn't want the money back because as we all know there's always another gun we want to buy so I replaced it with a m&p shield 4 and a small amount of cash. I will never by another CT product again Thanks to Tombstone Trading in Brookfield Ma for being a reputable gun shop. Rich...
Would recommend: No
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Rail Master Pro Review

by Skeet, from United States, MD Written on January 13, 2015
I bought two Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro lasers - red and green. The light and laser work well together. The combination of the light and laser is a big advantage. Laser is accurate right out of the box. Please watch Crimson Trace DVD. Best price was Optics Planet....
Would recommend: Yes
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Chose Crimson Trace RMP over Viridian C5L

by golfnguns357, from United States, IN Written on January 10, 2015
I was looking for a compact green laser & light combo for my IWB EDC H & K VP9. Here's my take and why I chose the Crimson Trace Rail Master Pro over the very good Viridian C5L & the very good Streamlight TLR-4G (which I also own). The Crimson Trace has replaced the larger TLR-4G.
1) When it comes to the green laser, it's a wash between the 3 units. All are great. The Viridian's green laser does not have the ever so slight hint of a blue tint in the green when compared to the other 2.
2) If brightness of the tactical light and not compactness of the unit is more important to you, go with the TLR-4G.
3) All 3 have good ergonomic laser & tac light controls for myself. Your personal preference may vary. Again, this is a wash in my book.
4) All 3 are easy to attached to my VP9's rail, and all 3 seem to be robust while on my pistol (no wimps here). This is another wash between the 3. However, the TLR-4G is the easiest for "quick on & off,"
5) I do prefer the housing design of the Crimson Trace over the Viridian. Along with fewer angles designed in to housing, the tactical light lens, the laser, and the sight adjustment screws are all recessed further into said housing. I believe this design may do a better job of protection in the long run. This not an issue when cleaning of the lenses is necessary.
6) Here's a simple thing; I appreciate the design of the supplied laser's screw adjustment wrench. It is slightly longer than others I've seen, and has a nice fob on the end for ...
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Would recommend: Yes
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the plastic rail that connects the laser to the gun broke after 2 fire shots.

by Daniel, from United States, VA Written on November 11, 2014
Very strange and unexpected after you pay so much for this product. After installing the laser on my Ruger sr9 very excited took it to the range. After 1-2 fire shots I see the laser being projected on the wall from the recoil. Inspecting the issue I see that the plastic rail that connects the laser to the gun broke. It simply cracked and the came off. Let me put a note ... I was not holding my gun holding the laser with my hand when this happened ... I don't know even if I was touching it. I was very disappointed to see that after paying so much money for a device that should be super reliable and that actually broke out of the blue.

Over all... I like the design of the laser ... and laser itself feels really nice and solid. But I will never understand why they have decided to go with a plastic rail instead of metal. I mean the body of the laser is metal ... why not the rail ??? Is this just a poor engineering design or are you being cheap crimson trace ???? I did not expect this from you ....

On another note ... I know you wonder if I installed it properly in the first place. Well ... I can tell you this ... I work on my car and I have a background in electronics ... so I can install a device with 2 screws

Also ... on the sad note too ... I called the customer service ... a nice guy answered. He said he will send me another rail ... but I never got it. I called customer service again after 3 weeks. I talked to Molly this time ... she assured me she will send the part. ...
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Pros:
  • Waterproof
  • solid laser built
Cons:
  • plastic rail
  • the buttons are sometimes hard to press
Would recommend: No
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Flimsy construction

by Ross, from United States, MI Written on November 2, 2014
The first time I used this on my Sig P220, it loosened up. I tightened the rail screws and the flimsy plastic mount snapped in half and the laser unit fell on the floor. No wonder this wouldn't hold a zero - it wouldn't stay on the gun. I have returned it for replacement, but still no word. This was probably a wasted purchase. The design of the rail mount is weak and has no hope of staying together. An aluminum piece would have been stronger. Save your money....
Would recommend: No
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Another excellent Crimson Trace product

by Wise Spender, from United States, MS Written on September 30, 2014
This bright green laser is easily seen in daylight. It very securely attached to the rail of my AR 15. Only took 3 shots to sight in. Got very good response from adjustments. Then to see if it would hold zero, I ran 100 rounds through AR using Slide-Fire stock. Then taped water bottle cap to target. At 20 yds I hit it 3 out of 3 shots. I was extremely pleased.

The switch is very easy to operate. The light is bright....
Pros:
  • Easy to install
  • Easy to zero
  • Activation switch is great
Cons:
  • None
Best Used for:
  • Close Range
  • Fast target aquisition
  • Improved accuracy
Would recommend: Yes
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Crimson Trace Universal Rail Mount Laser-LED

by Gweedo, from United States, OR Written on September 6, 2014
This product lives up to the manufacturer's reputation. It mounted easily on a KEL-TEK PMR-30, no real effort required to sight it in; and it is a fantastic pest-getter out to 30 yds in at night. With this laser and the .22 mag, I no longer have problems in the woods adjoining my backyard. I will probably add one to another pistol in the near future. Well done....
Would recommend: Yes
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Crimson Trace green laser

by Name Not necessary, from United States, VA Written on September 1, 2014
The Crimson Trace green laser is very visible. It is easy to mount. I was expecting the on/off paddle was a bit harder ie took more force than I expected but it is a sure switch. It won't be deactivated easily. The light is also quite visible - bright ! I am using it currently on an AR type under the forearm....
Would recommend: Yes
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