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BSA Laser Sight and .22 Rimfire Mount 3.5mW with Remote Switch Gen2

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Unbeatable for shooting at medium to close range targets. This laser projects a laser beam which appears as a small red dot on your target. Features two switches to activate the laser, one on top of the unit and the other one is a momentary pressure sensitive switch on a wire which mounts on your gun. 3" length. Includes 2 mounts. One for 3/8" dovetail and one for 7/8" Weaver rail.
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BSA Optics, Inc.
3911 SW 47th Ave. Suite 914
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314

Item#: SCP-057
Total number of Reviews: 10

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3.0 5
"This laser is very good for the price. It's adjustable and easy on batteries. I really do not like the way the pressure switch hooks up but it works ok. It's made of plastic so if you are going to use it in situations where it could be subjected to a beating you might try another one."
2.0 5
"This little devise is pretty good for the money . I used it coonhunting and it worked very well for that , but it is knocked out of sight very easy . Also mad of plastic and will not hold up for ever . But all a round it is a decent little laser sight"
1.0 5
"I bought 2 of these BSA laser sights and both of the plastic hold-downs for the batteries will not lock properly. I resorted to black electricians tape to hold down the batteries. BSA might have tested this device a bit more before offering it for sale. I hope they re-design this. Otherwise it works fine..."
1.0 5
"Cheap plastic, all plastic parts are structurally weak. I used this on my Walther P22, and after 20 rounds the battery cover broke. I took the laser off and supper glued the battery cover back together. The next time i went shooting everything about the laser cracked all up, and fell too pieces. Don't use this laser on real guns, perhaps they will work on BB guns."
1.0 5
"Like the other reviews say, it is a cheap piece best used on bb guns. Battery cover falls off and it just doesn't hold up."
1.0 5
"Don't but this sight for a gun. I was very happy at first when I mounted it on my 22 semi-auto but after several hundred rounds the plastic mount just fell apart. Very disapointing. Just not usable!"
1.0 5
"I found one of these (with a partially cracked case) while I was picking up brass, at the local range. Barely worth the cost of picking it up. I use it a pointer for the dogs to chase, but I already had a laser pointer.As a sight, I see that the clamp is free on both sides of the laser. This allows the sight to \"walk\" from side to side, and even twist a little bit. I wish sight manufacturers would design mounts that one side of the clamp is solid all the way to the laser. (I hade a scope mount designed this way [both sides free to moove], and it never held zero, either.)The bolts to clamp this to a rail were bent, from over tightening. For me to mount it, I would need to cut off the old bolts, and replace them. I decided it wasn't worth the 20 cents for new bolts. (...I suppose the time with a hacksaw, to remove the old bolts, also played a part in my decision not to try to use this on a pistol.)"
4.0 5
"Placed this item on my AR-15 Bushmaster. The laser is sighted at 30 meters. Works great when it wants to. I have already gone through one, as the plastic housing has cracked from striking a dirtbag in the head. Overall, the product is worth the money for projecting an image for your target from the hip. Gets great attention from your prey, as they do exactly what you command them to do. The laser has also held up to 750 consecutive rounds during a tactical rifle training course. The product is better than spending $400 on another laser that will break just the same."
4.0 5
"I mounted this to a 10/22 and tried to sight it in. The dot would move with each shot, so I put a little blue threadlocker on the adjusting screws. It works fine now. The bullet always hits the dot. I don't use the pressure sensitive switch. I wish it was brighter, but really can't complain for the cost."
3.0 5
"I recently bought this item and I will admit after reading the other reviews I was a bit sceptical about it. I got it and mounted it very easy, and I will admit Im not absolutly thrilled with it but Im not completly disappointed with it either. I got it for my Ruger P95 and the cable for it is a bit to long but Id rather use the button with the style holster I have. The first couple times I shot it, it jared the batteries out of place and I had to take it off and put them back in place. But after messing with it I believe it may have been my fault because I didnt have it tight enough. I will admit it is a bit aggravating but I am not completly ready to give up on it. I would give it a solid 3 overall."