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Universal Pistol Mount Red Laser Sight 3 Lithium Batteries Included

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51 customer reviews

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  • 1 X 5mv Red Laser Sight
  • 1 x Universal Pistol Mount
  • 3 x lithium batteries
  • 2 x Allen Wreches
  • Pistol Inser for adjustment
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Product Description

Aim feature most affordable universal pistol laser sight for any kind pistol. 500 yds. max. LASER dot POWER, with a universal trigger guardpistol mount! And it's as affordable as all get-out. Has a sturdy aluminum body, and on / off switch operation. Ready to go, with Allen wrenches and 3 lithium batteries included. Adjustable trigger mount with shims to fit it to just about any gun. 2 1/4" long, weighs 4 ozs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches ; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000QSVK1E
  • Item model number: LH001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #62,855 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Muller on April 15, 2012
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All I can really say about this is that it is a made in China POS.
The laser itself came with a screw attachment to the mount. It was improperly threaded and wouldn't even screw on. Finally out of frustration I got out the metric die set and chased the threads. The trigger guard mounting screws are on the trigger side which makes it all but impossible to tighten down. The pads in the mount are too soft so the laser moves around even when you do manage to get the screws tight. The adjustment is a joke and screws stripped out just trying to zero it for the first time. I haven't a clue why they included a coil cord pressure switch since you can't use it with the mounting and if you did want to use it there is no way to mount the laser. The rear cover threads are poorly cut so you need to be real careful screwing it together, its so easy to cross thread. The batteries go in backwards to make it work so be careful that you don't use any logic to load the batteries the first time. No instructions, so no guidance on its assembly, mounting, or use. Just another POS thrust on the market from China. Don't waste your money...
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 31, 2012
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All four adjustment screws stripped out first thing. It will not hold zero its easily bumped off. Four adjusting screws are also very frustrating trying to figure out which one to tighten or loosen which is probably why they stripped out from having to adjust so much but I did pay less than fifteen dollars.
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19 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Adam Upton on January 9, 2008
PRODUCT PICTURED WASN'T WHAT I RECEIEVED...I GOT SOME PIECE OF JUNK RIFLE LOOKING MOUNT...DID NOT LOOK ANYTHING LIKE WHAT WAS PICTURED. THE MOUNT MADE IT SO THE LIGHT WAS ATTACHED --UNDER-- THE PISTOL, BUT THEN AGAIN, IT DID NOT EVEN FIT THE PISTOL BECAUSE IT DID NOT COME WITH A SINGLE ATTACHMENT, IT WAS THE LASER AND THE MOUNT,...THAT'S IT!....
ALSO, THE LASER DID NOT WORK....I WOULD PUT THE BATTERIES IN IT AND THEN TOUCH THE + AND - TOGETHER, IT WOULD LIGHT UP..BUT THEN I WOULD GO TO SCREW IT BACK TOGETHER, AND IT WOULDN'T WORK, PERIOD....
I AM VERY DISAPPOINTED WITH THIS, I AM A POLICE OFFICER AND WANTED TO PUT SOMETHING INEXPENSIVE ON ONE OF MY OFF DUTY WEAPONS...BUT OF COURSE, CHEAP DOESN'T MEAN INEXPENSIVE,..IT MEANS ----CHEAP PIECE OF GARBAGE PRODUCT------
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BB on May 14, 2012
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This Laser requires three different allen hex wrenches. It comes with two. You'll need a 7/16 to mount the Laser to the Trigger Guard Adapter. This is not a complaint, just a heads up. I'm impressed it came with any allen wrenches at all. My one minor complaint is that the 7/16 bolt that attaches the Laser to the trigger Guard Adapter is to long. I have a bench grinder so I'll just grind it shorter. Its no big deal (for me), just be aware you may need to shorten the 7/16 inch bolt. This Laser is brighter than a $200 Laser I bought for my Glock which uses a 123A lithium battery. This $11.99 laser uses three LR44 batteries, included. Overall I'm very pleased. If it came with three allen wrenches and the trigger guard bolt was the correct length I would have given 5 stars.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JRS on April 9, 2012
Don't waste your money on this one. It didn't work for me right out of the package. I didn't bother to replace the batteries since the device is obviously made cheaply.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By michael on December 20, 2014
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I was skeptical when I saw the bad reviews but when I got the product it came with everything it needed the laser works fine and does range pretty far. I've Tried it at about 200 yards and was clear as day. The mount was a little tricky to figure out at first but the different sized little black pads that come with it are to align the laser straight and if u don't use them it will not be straight. They into the mount, u can see the two little holes where it fits in. I tried it out on my targets today and it is accurate, the mount stays on solid and is not flimsy once u get it on to your liking and tighten it up. And yes it stays that way after I fire every time and the screws haven't stripped on me or anything. For the price I paid I have no complaints. I would say it is worth the money.
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Ordered the Universal Barrel Mount for Rifles, received instead this product. Sent a picture of the invoice and product to WaveToGo, and they sent me the Barrel Mount for free. I ended up using the trigger laser.
The trigger mounted laser works best when all the factors that allow unwanted movement of the laser, is removed. However, the first thing to do, is look at the laser's optic, and center it. If it does not look centered, use the small Allen wrench to loosen the four retaining screws. Insert a toothpick and hook the optic's edge, moving the optic so it is eyeball-centered in the housing, then gradually re-tighten using a star pattern of tightening (similar to when tightening a rim to the hub of your motor vehicle).

Next, back out the small Allen screw that is located and accessible from the inside of the front clamp. You want to back it out so the large threaded barrel mount of the laser body can screw down all the way into this front clamp without contacting this Allen screw. With the body of the laser screwed down all the way against the front clamp until it stops, you've eliminated a big weak point, which is the attempt to immobilize the barrel of the laser via this tiny Allen screw - a pretty poor piece of engineering. Next, rotate the small Allen screw back in, till it is just snug against the stop. Is the on/off switch anywhere short of vertical, where it can still be accessed? Good. Where did your four "windage" and "elevation" screws end up? Anywhere close to having two on top, and two on the bottom? Don't worry.
Next, look at your trigger guard. An ideal trigger guard for this laser would be one that does not need to use the included adjustment pads, which can be a major source of unwanted laser movement.
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