Rear Sight Laser by LaserLyte?

Rear Sight Laser by LaserLyte?

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    Rear Sight Laser by LaserLyte?

    Looks & sounds good. Right now I think only availible for Glock. If popular enough or enough request - may expand to fit other pistols.

    Rear Sight Laser for Glock Pistols Introduced by LaserLyte :: Guns Holsters and Gear

    http://www.laserlyte.com/random1.html

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    I saw an add for those, looks like a good idea to me.

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    The newest mousetrap may well catch on. Granted, it may improve target acquisition although it seems a bit bulky to me.
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    One of the biggest loads of crap that's been effectively sold is that "low profile" rear sights are a great thing. I'm not sure this will be an addition for me for a couple of reasons, but to give credit- one-handed racking ain't a problem with that profile.

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    That looks to be better than Crimson Trace which requires one to change their hand grip style as when the unit is engaged but their finger is indexed and not on the trigger...and is not universally holster compliant.

    Better than Lasermax which involves use of an internal unit that is universally holster complaint for it's internal guiderod based unit but requires replacement of a key firearm function item which some folks are shy to do. And their take down lever replacing activation switch can be sketchy at times with age/use.
    As well their external mount unit requires a rail and is very much not universally holster compliant per it's products shape.

    Only downside I see to this product is that there is no remote activation switch.

    I am not a fan of lasers but as this unit goes it does seem to be of better design in function intent than the two current leading vendors.

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    It's a neat little item & I think that if a shooter feels the need for a laser (or wants one) it's probaly the most nifty one out there these days.

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    Hmmm...I wonder if they send me on for trials testing...
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    Hummmmmmm....other models coming soon.
    You just know that the next model out is going to be 1911ish.

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    My only concern would be long-term reliability, given that the slide reciprocates back and forth violently every time the gun is fired - got to be hard on the electronics.

    Even though there can be holster fit issues (though not with a Smartcarry) I prefer the Crimson Trace units, because the laser is turned "on" simply by gripping the gun normally - no separate step needed, no buttons to press while under stress.

    I have personal experience with CT, Lasermax internal lasers, and ArmaLaser. I like CT the best.
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    So I can have a laserlyte, a Crimson Trace and a Lasermax and end up with the triangle of accuracy from the future like the Preadator?



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    Now THAT'S funny.... Ya gotta know - someone's bound to do that some day - since you mentioned it.

    Quote Originally Posted by M203Sniper View Post
    So I can have a laserlyte, a Crimson Trace and a Lasermax and end up with the triangle of accuracy from the future like the Preadator?



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