The Railmaster Pro from Crimson Trace combines a laser and a white light in a rugged and easy-to-use package. This laser and light combo is housed in CNC’d Aluminum, features ambidextrous switching, and can be used in four different modes: laser only, light only, laser and light combination, and laser with strobing light. This video gives a thorough overview of the Railmaster Pro and shows how to install, set-up, and use the device.
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