LaserMax Launches Smallest, Most Lightweight Rail Mount Laser

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posted on February 7, 2012
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The Micro, with its miniaturized design, delivers the strength and durability needed to withstand the shock of recoil while possessing a sleek contoured look and an MSRP of $129.00. It's aperfect match for compact and sub-compact pistols with an accessory rail used for CCW. The ambidextrous tap on/off activation will not hang up or snag when holstered or carried in bag, pocket, or belt. There is a 10 minute timeout feature put in place to preserve the life of the battery which hasbeen clocked at over 5 hours runtime.

The Micro combines LaserMax ingenuity and current laser technology to create a versatile low-cost, fully adjustable laser solution for various types of firearms.

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