LaserLyte Introduces the Bersa Thunder .380 Laser

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posted on February 7, 2012
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The laser is easy and quick to mount on the Bersa trigger guard and snugs-up securely to the dust cover and simple to activate with the ambidextrous, ergonomic switch. The LaserLyte® CK-MS 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.

Constructed from T6 aluminum with a black chrome finish, the LaserLyte CK-MS is durable and corrosion resistant. With the LaserLyte® CK-MS securely attached, the Bersa Thunder .380 or .380 Plus is the go-to personal defense pistol whether carried in a purse or stored for-the-ready in the home. MSRP is $99.95; a price far below the competition and far above in performance.

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

LaserLyte® CK-MS Specifications:

Compatible Firearms:                     Bersa® Thunder .380, .380 Plus
Power Output:                                  Class IIIA, 5mw
Laser module:                                   650nm
Batteries:                                           four 377 batteries
Battery Life:                                       5 hrs. constant on, 10 hrs. pulse mode (normal usage*)
Weight                                               .77 ounces/24.00 grams
Length:                                               2.25 inches/57.24 mm
Width:                                                 .69 inches/17.64mm
Height:                                               1.54 inches/39.22mm
Range at Night:                                500 yd., 457.2 m
MSRP:                                                             $99.95

*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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