LaserLyte Zombie Killer Editions for Ruger and Kel-Tec

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posted on April 3, 2012
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LaserLyte answers the growing need for Zombie-killer laser products with the side mount CK-AMFZK for the Ruger LCP and Kel-Tec .380 and the CK-AMF9ZK for the Ruger LC9 and Kel-Tec PF9. These new LaserLyte Zombie Killer Editions are easy to mount, easy to use, inexpensive to buy, and most of all, they are in a bright Zombie green.

The side lasers are easy to mount on the gun by simply pushing out and replacing the stock frame pins with the new threaded pins (included). Mount the CK-AMF9ZK or CK-AMFZK to these pins with the included screw. Then push the ergonomic activation button with the index finger and the laser is on target. The programmable laser features a pulse or constant on mode and also has an auto-off function to prevent an unwanted battery drain. An added benefit is that the laser actually helps to provide safer trigger control by acting as a finger guide without blocking the laser beam. The smooth, no-snag design of the laser allows the pistol to easily holster in any available nylon or leatherpocket holster on the market.

Compact, lightweight and easy-to-use, the LaserLyte CK-AMF9ZK and CK-AMFZK give you the edge in close-quarters Zombie situations for only $99.95.

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