If you’re as old as I am, you might remember The Clapper. This amazing piece of technology had to be an offshoot of the NASA space program because it was so advanced for its time. By simply clapping your hands, magical sound beams would circumnavigate your coffee table and make their way to a lamp – and then either turn it on or off. I know! It’s mind boggling, right?
The folks at Crimson Trace have taken Clapper technology to stratospheric heights. It doesn’t rely on magic sound beams, but it does allow you to do very cool things without the need for wires.
The new LinQ System is a high-tech wireless system that lets you control a light and laser mounted on the front of your rifle from an instinctive activation button on the grip. Why? That’s easy.
For a home or other defensive application, the button located on the front of the grip turns on the light and laser just by holding the gun. In the heat of the moment, there are no controls to remember and no switches with which you might fumble. It just works. Why wireless? On a rifle, loose wires are a bad thing. The fewer things on your rifle that can get tangled up, the better.