Firefield Charge AR-15 Lasers

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posted on October 26, 2016
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Firefield introduced its new Charge AR Lasers in order to provide an easily mounted laser or laser/light combo to any AR-style rifle platform.

Four different models of the Charge AR Laser are offered for consumers. Two models are laser-only and come in red and green laser options. The other two models feature a light and laser combination with either a red or green laser.

The 2.4-ounce Charge AR Red Laser Sight is powered by a single CR2 battery and features a battery life of about 40 hours. The laser has a visible daytime range of 20 yards. At night, visible range extends out to 300 yards. The laser sight body is constructed from 6061-T6 aluminum with a matte black finish and is able to mount to Weaver and Picatinny rails with ease. The laser is actuated through either a push-button or a pressure pad. The sight is adjustable for windage and elevation and retails at a suggested price of $35.99.

The Charge AR Green Laser Sight features the same external dimensions as the red laser option. In addition, both models feature windage and elevation adjustments and are compatible with Weaver and Picatinny rail mounts. However, the green laser features a daytime visible range of 50 yards. Nighttime range extends to 600 yards. Battery life from a single CR2 battery is 3.5 hours. The green laser sight retails at a suggested price of $59.99.

The Charge AR Red Laser Sight and Flashlight provides a compact package for both a laser sight and a tactical light for target illumination. Laser specifications are the same as the Charge AR Red Laser Sight, but the unit also features a 180-lumen tactical light opposite the laser. Total run time for both the light and laser is 1.5 hours. The Charge AR Sight and Flashlight also comes with a green laser option. Total run time for both the green laser and flashlight is also 1.5 hours. The red and green sight and flashlight models retail at a suggested $59.99 and $95.99, respectively.

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