LaserLyte Introduces One Side Mount Laser that Fits All Taurus Revolvers and all S&W J-Frames

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posted on February 7, 2012
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The side mounted laser fits on all of the Smith & Wesson J-frame revolvers ever made and all Taurus revolvers. And now, the Taurus Judges including the Public Defender finally has a laser system to call its own with the CK-SWAT laser.

The new LaserLyte CK-SWAT laser mounts easily underneath the grip and is the only laser system available that allows the customer to retain the factory grip and comfortably and easily holster the firearm. The CK-SWAT is also compatible with many aftermarket grips including Hogue and Pachmayr.

To install the LaserLyte CK-SWAT, simply choose one of the four included base plates that fit the revolver, remove the grip and screw the unit into place. Replace the grip and sight in the firearm with common X and Y adjustments. When ready to activate, simply press the button located at the back of the laser as you draw the firearm from the holster. The laser is easily programmable to either constant on or pulse mode.

Another great feature is the "auto-off" feature that displays a unique flash after 5-minutes of operation and automatically turns the unit off after 6-minutes. This feature can be reset at anytime to prevent accidental activation and battery depletion. The LaserLyte CK-SWAT unit can also be easily removed and placed on any other compatible firearms.

For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com and check us out on Facebook.

LaserLyte CK-SWAT Specifications:Compatible Firearms: Fits all Smith & Wesson J-frame revolvers and all Taurus revolvers, including the Judge.Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mwLaser module: 650nmBatteries: four 377 batteriesBattery Life: 5 hrs. constant on, 10 hrs. pulse mode (normal usage*)Weight (with plate): .875 oz., 23 gLength/Width/Height: .85 in./.42 in./1 in., 21.59 mm/ 10.67 mm/ 25.40 mmRange at Night: 500 yd., 457.2 mMSRP: $149.95

*Normal usage is defined as one minute on and one minute off. This test mimics actual usage where the unit is turned on and off and the battery is given time to automatically regenerate.

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