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1-year limited warranty
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Things I liked: The laser is great. The flashlight/laser mount fitted perfectly on scope.
Things I would have changed: Better batteries for the laser did not last three minutes. The flashlight is practically useless, not that bright and only visible to a very close distance..
What others should know: If thinking of purchasing this product don't waste your hard earned money find a better product for it's intended use.
Things I liked: Overall this is a good value purchase. I don't use the remote switches but they are a great addition. The laser can be used up till 25 yds during daytime, anything further would be hard to notice. The flashlight is great for hunting and spotting nearby targets
Things I would have changed: The range if the laser adjustment. I got mine mounted on a utg scope on high mounts. I can't get the laser low enough to reach the center. The flashlight isn't bad but I've seen better.
What others should know: The mounts have no soft protection. I've used electrical tape to provide a soft layer in order not to damage the paintjob on my scope.
Things I liked: flashlight is ok
Things I would have changed: buying it in the first place
What others should know: It mounts about 4" above the barrel on my Diana M34 with the recommended droop scope mount and 40mm objective. The laser is useless...way high or way low most of the time. I guess that's ok though since the laser "dot" is a blurry smear about 2" wide by 1" high at 10 yards. It's under warranty but BSA says send them a check for $10 to make it right. It's not worth another ten bucks.
The 3v flashlight battery,what type is it? Thanks John
does this come with Velcro or do I have to get some.
Where do u put these item on a m4-177 pelet gun ??
It mounts on the tube of a 1" scope, you would need to have a full size scope on the gun to mount this.