LaserLyte Lyte Ryder Center Mass Laser

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posted on February 3, 2016
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Looking to add a laser aiming device to your favorite carbine? LaserLyte's Lyte Ryder does so in a convenient fore-grip style.

Most aftermarket laser aiming devices attach in a standard method to a Picatinny rail. The tough part comes with activating the laser. Some have a simple push button on the device. Others utilize a pressure switch that can be taped to a fore-grip.

LaserLyte's Lyte Ryder has the pressure switch built into the device itself, so that an overhand grip allows immediate activation. Should you prefer a more traditional grip, the Lyte Ryder can be activated while the support hand moves into place.

MSRP: $149.95.

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