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Customize your modern sport rifle with the LaserLyte® K-15 Kryptonyte Carbine Green Laser. It is designed for use with any weapon with 3 inches of picatinny rail mounting. It's durable and made of aircraft grade aluminum with laser engraved markings to show user friendly adjustments. The activation selector can be set to off, constant on or momentary on. The powerful laser is visible up to 100 yards in the day and up to a mile at night.
Green, modern styled laser for the modern rifle
Designed for use with the modern rifle, carbine or any weapon with 3 inches of picatinny rail for mounting.
Made out of aircraft grade 6061 aluminum with T3 hardness
Aluminum body is black anodized in a level 2 hardness
Concise laser engraved markings clearly shows all the user-friendly features
Fully adjustable with hex drive screws protected by sealed turret caps
Offset design of the laser aperture allows for more flexible mounting options
Recessed activation selector can be changed to off, constant on and momentary on
Momentary on feature is used with the 10-inch long tape switch that can be mounted with provided Velcro strips.
Green laser can be seen in daylight up to 100 yards. At night the laser can be seen up to a mile away
The bright green dot makes target acquisition fast and efficient
Fits all picatinny and weaver type rail systems 3 inches or longer
Kryptonyte laser module system
Laser engraved markings
Protective adjustment turrets
Battery operated with a run time of up to 6 hours
Dimensions: 3 in x 2.43 in x 1.37 in
Weight: 5.4 oz
Country Of Origin: China
LaserLyte K-15 Kryptonyte Carbine Green Laser
Very nice laser, very bright, solid built, Clears my Mbus sights as well. Shipping was not that great. It was shipped loose in a much larger box with no packing.
January 17, 2013