LaserLyte Mighty Mouse Laser

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posted on March 27, 2015
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When choosing a backup or deep concealment firearm, one of the many tradeoffs is often a lack of usable sights. Adding a laser sight helps, but often changes the gun's profile and making it less able to be concealed as originally intended. For those that prefer the North American Arms (NAA) series of micro-revolvers, this is doubly the case.

Fortunately, the folks at LaserLyte have come up with an ingenious solution. The "Mighty Mouse" laser for .22 Mag. NAA revolvers replaces the standard grip panel and provides a red laser dot for simplified aiming of this pocket revolver. Simply grip the revolver in a firing stance and the laser is activated. The laser is positioned close to the bore and is adjustable for differing points-of-impact if needed.

Installation literally involves two screw: Remove the original screw holding the factory grip on, then replace with the Mighty Mouse laser unit and tighten the included hex screw. The laser dot on the unit received here worked well with the miniscule sights on my NAA Sidewinder, and minimal adjustments are needed to bring the laser in alignment with the sights.

MSRP: $129.95.

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