LaserMax Launches the CenterFire Laser Series for Ruger LCP and LC9

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posted on February 7, 2012
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The CenterFire lasers can be easily installed by mounting to the frame without changing out parts or altering the exterior of the gun. The 5mW CenterFire red laser for Ruger LCP and LC9 mount just under the bore for highest accuracy and prevents the user from blocking the beam.

The CenterFire series lasers have a simple toggle switch activation for right and left-handed shooters. Like other LaserMax products, the exclusive ambidextrous, distinct on/off switch turns the laser on only when needed so it will not inadvertently reveal the user's position. The CenterFire laser uses a 1/3 N Lithium battery that provides over four hours of continuous runtime. Although pre-aligned at the factory, the CenterFire is also user adjustable for windage and elevation. As with all LaserMax lasers, the CenterFire laser series offers rock–solid quality and performance.

"These CenterFire models were specifically designed for the Ruger LCP and LC9," said Eric Haase, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, "We know many shooters are interested in small, lightweight lasers for their carry concealed weapons and we look forward to launching additional CenterFire series products intended for other sub-compact pistols without rails."

The CenterFire laser for Ruger LCP and LC9 have a one year warranty and are now available through your local dealer or visiting the LaserMax website. For more information about CenterFire or any other products by LaserMax, please visit www.LaserMax.com.

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