Forbes On CrimsonTrace

Laser grip maker:

“Quality and innovation are fundamental,” he says, “but that’s understood. It’s how to create an environment that puts you on top and keeps you there that’s the part we needed to develop and keep.”

Full article over at Forbes.  Worth reading if you have any interest at all in the “people” side of business.

It’s always nice to see a gun related company doing well for themselves and getting attention like this on a website / magazine not normally associated with the industry.

I though about my business hopes and dreams list just now, but it quickly spiraled out of control and lost any potential usefulness.

If you’re not familiar with Crimson Trace make sure to check them out. Additionally, I may have mentioned it once or twice in the past but in addition to running this fine blog I sell gun related t-shirts over at ENDO Apparel ;) check them out.

Hat tip: SayUncle


2 responses to “Forbes On CrimsonTrace”

  1. Jim Jones Avatar
    Jim Jones

    I like my Viridian green lasers better. Adjustable to long distances for rifle work, which works nicely during the daytime with that green laser. Props to Crimson Trace for doing well though. Seeing American gun-related manufacturing thrives warms my gun-loving soul.

  2. Stan Darsh Avatar
    Stan Darsh

    I like Crimson Trace, but come on. 37 kinds of laser grips for the M1911 and not a single one for a double-stack M1911?