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ArmaLaser Instant On Reactive Sighting System Fits most short rail compacts. See fit chart below.

 
ArmaLaser
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The Reactive Sighting System (RSS) uses micro electronics to activate the laser when you touch the leads positioned just outside of the trigger guard. This ambidextrous micro laser weighs in at only half of an ounce and extends below your pistol's rail by less than half of an inch; so small you may forget it's there! Features a 635nm, 4.5mW laser that is fully adjustable for windage and elevation, and will stay adjusted no matter how many rounds you fire. Two models to choose from that work on full size to sub-compact pistols with accessory rails, includes batteries.

Fits all of these guns:
Kel-Tec PF-9, Taurus PT-145, All SIG SAUER models with rails, FN Five-seveN, H&K P30, H&K HK45, H&K HK45C, Newer Glock pistols with graduated notches on rail, S&W M&P, Springfield XD, Walther PPS, Walther P99C, H&K P2000SK and many other compact pistols with short rails.

Non-Returnable, Please contact Vendor for all application and Warranty Questions. ARMALASER INC. 5200 NW 43rd Street Suite 102-123 Gainesville, FL 332606 954-937-6054 Fax 954-426-6334 customercare@armalaser.com 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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3.0 5
"This is a sweet laser, the dots bright enough, and the interchangeable back plates (switches beam from constant or pulsating)Was pretty cool. I had it on my walther p99c Worked and looked great. However after I locked my slide back and released it, the reticle of the laser became massive and blurry as hell. Maybe I got a bad one or maybe the products not that tough. You'll just have to find out..."
3.0 5
"I own the original Armalaser on a P3AT and the RSS on my PF9. The two are no comparison. The original is much brighter and the batteries last longer. The RSS is so dim that I cannot zero it even on a cloudy day and my range closes at sundown. I liked the size and weight, which allow the use of many standard holsters, but I no longer trust it. The sight would activate by itself in my leather holster and kill the batteries. At retail prices, it's expensive for a new set! You can get them cheaper on the Armalaser website or in bulk through e-bay, but still have to check it for function all the time. My first one was returned because the lens separated from the laser and lost focus. Armalaser replaced it without question. Where the company shines is that my replacement was lost in transit so they sent another one. That was nice. They also offer an upgrade program for if you get a new gun and want a different model. Unfortunately for me, I would not spend more to downgrade from the more expensive RSS to get a cheaper Armalaser. One good/bad feature is the location of the touch sensor. It activates via a standard correct draw - with your finger along the frame/trigger guard. The other model requires your finger to ENTER the trigger guard, which is less preferred. The bad part is that this exposed location touches the holster. Leather is similar to skin. So is a sweaty synthetic Uncle Mike's. This is probably why it falses all the time."