LaserMax Introduces CenterFire WeaponLight for Glock 42

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posted on February 3, 2015
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At the Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor, Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas, LaserMax debuted a new line of weapon-mounted tactical lights to the shooting sports community. Combining high-output LED light with the same precision performance that distinguishes LaserMax patented laser systems, the first model in the line is designed exclusively for the popular Glock 42 semi-automatic pistol.  The CenterFire LED WeaponLight puts 100 lumens of bright white light on target, offering far greater tactical advantage than a handheld flashlight and resulting in faster, more accurate shots. 

Defending with a firearm begins with positively identifying the threat. Since the majority of defensive firearm use takes place at night, the new CenterFire WeaponLight is a vital addition to the Glock 42 pistol. "We've made it our business to find innovative ways to perfect the modern pocket pistol," stated LaserMax Director of Marketing, Celia Grimes. The new WeaponLight does just that. To make concealed carry even easier, an ambidextrous pocket holster is included in every package.

Popular for both concealed carry and as a police back up gun, the Glock 42 is heralded for its simplicity, natural grip-angle, low bore-axis, intuitively placed controls, and outstanding reliability. In accordance with these attributes, LaserMax worked diligently to balance compact size, light weight and optimal performance in a package that was rugged enough for Glock's toughest customers. The resulting CenterFire WeaponLight is constructed with a robust, Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon (FRN) housing that withstands the shock of repeated recoil. Mimicking the styling of the Glock so well that it is hard to tell where the pistol ends and light begins, the CenterFire WeaponLight weighs less than one ounce and boasts a solid hour of continuous run time. Other features include an ambidextrous tap on/tap off activation switch, 10-minute auto timeout feature and disorienting strobe mode option.

Available now, the new LaserMax CenterFire WeaponLight includes a high quality American-made pocket holster and retails for $149. Like all LaserMax products, the CenterFire WeaponLight is covered by an industry-leading 5 year warranty.

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