laserlyte rear site mounted laser

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    laserlyte rear site mounted laser

    Anyone have any experience with this laser? I used the search and nothing came up. Looks like a very good laser from the web site and some videos on youtube. Just wondering.

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    This could replace the weapon I carry. Just blind the BG. LOL

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    Try to keep it on topic to the original posted question.
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    LaserLyte : Rear Sight Laser : Laser Gun Sights : Laser Bore Tools : Pistol Bayonet

    I assume this is who you reffering to ? I don't know about their products, but after seeing the NAA Revolver with laser-sight and bayonet, I'd love to carry that sucker!

    That being said, they don't offer one for my S&W or Keltec (wich I already have CTC on that anyway.), but they make one for my XD40SC, I just wonder about holster availability?

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    Yep, thats the one I'm refering to. Seems like it would be good since it doesn't affect the grip. I'm carrying a g-26.

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    Laserlite

    I installed one on my S&W45c.....works great as long as you make sure the battery compartment cover screw is tight. the first time I sighted the laser in the scewed cap loosened up.

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    Mangy, did youhave any issues with the laser turning on while in your holster? What about holding it's accuracy?

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    The advantage vs Crimson Trace is that this unit does not affect holster compatibility. The downside is that you need to turn it on manually in a separate step, while the CT units turn on by simply gripping the gun normally.

    The biggest unknown is long term durability - the electronics are going to be subject to a lot of recoil forces as the slide reciprocates back and forth while firing.

    Interesting concept...but I'll stick with CT for now. I just like how the laser goes on automatically.
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    stick with the CT...

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    I have had a Laserlyte rear sight laser on my G19 for about 6 mos and close to 1000 rounds. I have yet to have to adjust it since initially sighting it in, and have had no problems with operaton.

    My only possible complaint (and this is a sort of mixed good/bad) is that it is possibly too easy to engage. Early on, there were two instances when I accidentally engaged it while in the holster and ran out the batteries.
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    Good question. Have been thinking about getting one for my G30. Glad to hear from a couple that have them.

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