Green Laser Sight System by Ozark Armament - 5mw 532nm High Powered Tactical Green Laser with Picatinny Rail Mount Barrel Mount Pressure Switch and On/Off Switch for Rifles and Shotguns
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- EASY AND QUICK VISUAL TARGETING - Developed specifically for Rifle platforms with rail attachments to provide quick and effective visual targeting.
- LIGHTWEIGHT - Engineered from aluminum to provide impact-resistant rugged construction at less than 6 ounces.
- BUILT TO LAST - Exclusive redesigned and reinforced electronics to handle rifles with even the hardest recoil.
- ADAPTABLE - Includes both rail and barrel (1") mounts to allow transition to multiple weapons platforms with ease. Choose between the on/off switch or a remote pressure pad for activation.
- DEDICATED SUPPORT - We back all of our products with full USA based support and a full 1 Year Warranty when Purchased from Authorized Seller.
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|Color||—||Green||—||One Color||—||Dark Earth|
|Item Dimensions||—||5.5 x 5.5 x 2.25 in||—||6 x 6 x 1 in||—||3.8 x 1.5 x 3 in|
Crafted of aircraft grade aluminum our 5mw green laser rifle system is ready to be put to work. Featuring a 532nm 5mw laser it is visible up to 1 mile plus at dusk and night and 100 yards plus in full sunlight.
Includes an on/off switch, similar to a flashlight, as well as a remote pressure pad that will allow you to operate the laser while in firing position with your weapon. A picatinny rail mount is included to mount to most standard tactical rails as well as a barrel mount (1") to mount to weapons that do not provide rail mounting positions. Each sigh turret features our exclusive tool less design to allow easy adjustments on the fly when out in the field.
Laser uses CR123A battery that is included.
Laser Class: 3R
Laser Output: <5mW
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Update: Went to zero the laser yesterday morning it was a cloudy day no wind, zero the laser at 25 meter. it was easy and simple the laser is bright. It only took 6 rounds to zero, the only thing that I didn't like is that when turning the dial I couldn't tell how many clicks I was turning the dial. After zeroing the laser I did a couple of battle drills on a couple of targets I set up. The laser was on point where every I pointed the laser it hit the target from 25 meter to 100 meter. I shot about 30 rounds and it hold it zero, I will be going back out to shoot soon and will see if it still hold it zero and I will give an update when I'm done.
Had a chance to put the Laser through its paces today. It was a snap to dial in and the dot was easily seen at 300 ft. between 3-5pm under canopy. As a matter of fact, the dot is HUGE (new pic attached). So far, I am very satisfied with this item.
*** ORIGINAL REVIEW ***
The green dot is bright...and large. Very easy to see during the day. I will report as to the adjustments and zero hold once I take it out this weekend.
The package comes with the sight, sight mount, barrel mount, battery, rear actuator and pressure actuator. The sight and components are top quality. Made from aircraft grade aluminum with a solid finish. The sight is approx the size of a Jetbeam PA-10 or Fenix E12 flashlight. I have it mounted to an AR-15 with Picatinny rails, but it looks like it would mount to Weaver rails as well.
The only ding against the setup would be that the velcro that came with the pressure switch was impossible to peel away from it’s backing. And once I had removed it, it fails to stick to the rubberized Hogue grips. It’s a minor inconvenience easily fixed with new velcro...doesn’t warrant a star reduction.
At this point, I am impressed with this sight. Great value for the money.
Only real negative so far is the zeroing adjustments; the detent stops are far from positive and it seems like it might be quite easy to inadvertently turn one or both of the adjustment knobs by incidental contact. Minor quibbles: it would've been nice had some sticky-back hook & loop been included with the unit for the pressure switch, and I do wish that the light mount had been milled with at least one cross-bar that actually slotted into a Picatinny rail, rather than just relying on simply clamping force applied to the rail edge from two screws to keep the unit from moving.
Then again it's $40 (at the time of this review) and It generally works and seems like a great value given that price point.
EDIT 6 Sept 2017: I discovered another negative about this design: the zeroing adjustments are built into a housing that is SEPARATE from the battery/clamping housing body. The battery housing is, in essence, a threaded-at-both-ends aluminum tube, made specifically for containing the CR123 battery that the laser uses, and provide the clamping surface from the laser mount. Why is this important? Because in discovering that the forward section of the unit was a separate, self-contained component, I also discovered just how EASY it was to twist this section off-kilter from the clamped battery tube. So much for maintaining a set, stable axes for sighting in the laser. I suppose some thread lock could secure this section to the battery tube but I suspect that there were valid reasons why the two sections were designed to come apart like they do.
The zeroing turrets are going to be a problem. Just riding to and from the range in its soft case was enough to cause one or both of the turrets to twist from incidental contact, with the trip back causing the most disruption to holding zero (elevation AND windage). I'm really not getting my head around having to carry my Wheeler bore sight red laser everywhere I go with the Shockwave. This is most disappointing.
Oh well. I DID say that this product was only $40...was four stars, now an iffy three on the verge of dropping down to 2 1/2.
The laser came very well packaged. It includes mounts for both barrel and rail attachment, battery, extra O ring, remote line and push button switches, Allen wrench, and quick start guide.
The finish on the laser looks flawless, but it is gloss black. It would be nice to see matte black as an option. It mounts easily to the rail. I will need to experiment with placement though as the hybrid rail with zero impulse brake puts the laser in proximity to lateral muzzle blast. The only other thing, which isn't a big deal, is the remote line switch didn't include a means to attach to the ar grip, i.e.: 3m double sided tape, rubber band, etc. Easy to get though and by no means a deal killer.
I have not test fired with the laser yet so we'll see how well it holds zero, but I am more than confident it will be up to the task. All said, a solid product from Ozark Armament that I highly recommend.
I'm posting pictures to show the laser, but my camera distorted the light. The dot is bright and crisp in person