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Laserlyte side mount laser for Kel Tec p3at and ruger LCP

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TennJed, Sep 24, 2011.

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  1. TennJed

    TennJed Member

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    Does anyone have any experience with the Laserlyte side mounted laser for the Kel Tec p3at of ruger LCP? How well made is it? Does it hold zero?

    It lookd to be by far the less obtrusive of any lase I have seen so far and for under $100 it is priced well.

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  2. Dr_2_B

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    I have a Crimson Trace laserguard on mine. How do you activate it? Is that an activation button in front of the laser lens?
     
  3. TennJed

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    I am assuming that is the activation button. don't really know much about it that is why I am posting it here....can't seem to find many reviews on it
     
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    Not really a review, but I first saw the one for the LC9 a few weeks ago on Guns and Gear-looks identical to the LCP unit.
     
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    I just saw an ad for that too, it looks perfect for my needs, and the price is great. I'll wait a while to see if any problems surface, but maybe it's my Christmas present to me?
     
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    I have one on my Kel-Tec P-32 and it functions and hold zero great, in fact after installing it I did not even have to adjust it. The only problem I had was the small screws on the battery compartment got loose during my last range trip but I solved that with a little locktite.

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  7. TennJed

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    i recieved my laser last night. very easy to install and fits great on my kel tec p3at...very impressed with how low of a profile it is...fits in my pocket holster without any issues. button is well place and feels natural cutting on and off....thos ONLY complaint i have is it is not as bright as it could be. i compared it to a laser my son has on his ruger 22/45 and it is not as bright....still very usable and suffienct and overall well worth the $80 i spent
     
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    The only thing I wish they'd done is make it left-side mount... because I want to use a right-side pocket clip.
     
  9. M2 Carbine

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    I am a laser fan and own several good ones.

    A while back I tried a LaserLyte under rail laser. It was poorly designed and made and the laser came loose in the case. I gave it to a friend to play with the cats.

    BUT I like the looks of this new setup for my Ruger LC9. I'm afraid I'll have to take a chance again:)
     
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