LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser

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posted on July 6, 2011
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At half the cost of a leading competitor, the CK-AMF fits on the side of the Ruger LCP and the Kel-Tec .380 and .32. Easy to mount on the gun by simply pushing out and replacing the stock pins with the new screws (included). Then push the ergonomic activation button with the index finger and the laser is on target. The CK-AMF design works also as a finger guide that allows for safe trigger control without blocking the laser beam. The programmable laser features a pulse or constant on mode and also has an auto-off function to prevent an unwanted battery drain. The side mounted laser allows the pistol to fit in virtually any nylon pocket holster. The new LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser is compact and light, and foremost—deadly for only $99.95.

LaserLyte CK-AMF Specifications:
Part Number: CK-AMFMSRP: $99.95
Compatible Firearms: Ruger LCP, Kel-Tec .380 and .32
Power Output: Class IIIA, 5MW
Laser Module: 650NM
Batteries: 4 x 377
Battery Life: *Normal usage: 5 hours constant on, 10 hours pulse mode
Weight: .25 ounces/ 9 grams
Length: 3.65 inches/92.71mm
Width: .56 inches/17.22 mm
Height: .380 inches/9.65mm
Range at Night: 500 yards/457.2 meters*Normal usage is defined as one minute 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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