LaserLyte Rear Sight Laser for Springfield Armory XD/XD(M) Pistols

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posted on February 21, 2012
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LaserLyte® returns to basics with the patented RTB-XD rear sight laser that fits the Springfield XD/XDM firearms. The high performance laser built into a rear sight specifically designed for Springfield XD/XDM pistols features a simple, ambidextrous "press and go" activation. The 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.

Made from heavy-duty, high carbon steel for added durability, the LaserLyte RTB-XD rear sight laser has a black chrome finish for corrosion prevention. A great benefit of the LaserLyte RTB-XD rear sight laser is that the customer will not have to replace grips, internal stock parts or holsters. The LaserLyte RTB-XD rear sight laser is compatible with all Level 1 and Level 2 holsters including the BLACKHAWK!® SERPA® holster system. MSRP on the LaserLyte RTB-XD rear sight laser for all Springfield XD/XDM's is only $139.95.

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

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