LaserLyte Introduces the Ruger LC9 Side Mount Laser

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posted on February 7, 2012
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It is easy to mount on the gun by simply pushing out and replacing the stock frame pins with the new threaded pins (included).  Mount the CK-AMF9 to these pins with the included screw. Then push the er gonomic activation button with the index finger and the laser is on target. The programmable laser features a pulse or constant on mode and also has an auto-off function to prevent an unwanted battery drain. An added benefit to the CK-AMF9 is that the laser actually helps to provide safer trigger control by acting as a finger guide without blocking the laser beam.  The smooth, no-snag design of the laser allows the pistol to easily holster in any available nylon or leather pocket holster on the market.

Compact, lightweight and easy-to-use, the LaserLyte CK-AMF9 gives you the edge in close quarter situations for only $99.95, a price far lower than the competition, but far superior in quality. For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com and check us out on Facebook.

LaserLyte® CK-AMF9 Specifications:

Compatible Firearms:         Ruger LC9, Kel-Tec PF9
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:                                 .40 ounces/11.34 grams
Length:                                   4.22 inches/107.20mm
Width:                                     .58 inches/14.74 mm
Height:                                   .380 inches/9.71 mm
Range at Night:                    500 yards/457.2 m
MSRP:                                     $99.95 

*Normal usage is defined as one minut e 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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