Things I liked: The laser does reach out to distances advertised..
Things I would have changed: Plastic construction and not sturdy once fastened with mounts.. Different mounting system is badly needed.
What others should know: Cheaply made and doesn't stay firmly attached to mount!
Things I liked: Small size, very light weight, easy to site in, and has a see thru base which allows the use of sights on my Beeman P-17 for shooting outdoors in bright daylight when the laser is not effective. Laser is bright enough to use indoors with no problems.
Things I would have changed: One piece base. Larger piece of Velcro to mount the remote switch.
What others should know: I have 2 other different lasers and only this one has a see thru base and it just works better on my Beeman P-17 pistol.
Things I liked: It's really bright and accurate. You still get a distinct red dot at fifty yards. You don't have to use you scope, just practically aim your laser to your target (assuming you already have sighted it at your desired distance), and squeeze the trigger.
Things I would have changed: Mounting bracket is lousy. You will almost have to have a third hand to hold it in place. The pressure pad breaks easily and very flimsy. Pyramid air will not give me a replacement part after I called them. It sucks. Thank goodness it comes with a separate on/off switch I can use. The velcro adhesive that comes with it doesn't stick very well regardless of how well you cleaned your surface to mount it.
What others should know: I pretty much said it in the things I would change. The mounting bracket, the pressure pad switch, and the adhesive mounting tape.
Will this fit a umarex h.p.p?
Will this laser sight fit rifle,
As long as your rifle has dovetail or weaver rails,? I wouldn't use it on anything with recoil . PCP yes.
Does it fit the Nightwak