LaserLyte Center Mass Red Laser System with Picatinny-Style Mount

Product Family #: 1978475634
$89.99 - $99.99 & SHIPS FREE
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The first of its kind, the Laserlyte Center Mass Red Laser produces not only a single visible aiming point, but nine. Designed for use with home defense pistols and shotguns, the CM-MK4 uses a refractive lens system to spread the beam around the center dot into a ring of individual red dots at a rate of 1" per yard. This equates to roughly the same rate a shotgun patterns, giving users more visibility of their shot placement and aiding in quick target acquisition. This extremely user friendly unit is programmable to constant on or pulse mode. Built from aircraft grade 6061 aluminum, this military style laser unit can be used on any shotgun, rifle or pistol that is equipped with a picatinny rail at least 1" in length.

Technical Information

Battery Type: 357 Silver Oxide (3) included
Battery Life: 2.5 hrs. constant / 5 hrs. pulse
Wavelength: 635nm
Output: 5mW
Weight: 0.5 oz
Length: 1.1"
Warranty: 3-year limited

  • Batteries included
  • Required minimum of 1" picatinny rail space to mount
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