LaserLyte Pink Pearl V-MAG Grip Laser for NAA Magnums

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posted on October 13, 2016
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Shooters can now accessorize their North American Arms .22 Mag. revolvers with LaserLyte's new Pink Pearl V-MAG Grip Laser Sight.

The V-MAG Grip Laser Sight contains a grip-activated laser that features a power output of 5mW and is powered by three 392 batteries for a constant-on duration of one hour. The grip is made from 55 percent glass-filled Nylon and features a battery compartment that is accessible without removing the grip from the host gun.

The V-MAG laser grip fits all NAA .22 Mag. pistols and is fully adjustable for windage and elevation. Suggested retail price for the grip is $129.95.

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