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Things I liked: It works,low price,small size
Things I would have changed: The switch is very annoying, It goes on with the sightest movement especially when it's in a tight quarter.I would like to see a button or remote in place of that switch.
What others should know: There is no way to tighten the switch to keep it from going on.This cheap sight would be better on some of the lower cost air soft or air guns, It is flimsy and all plastic.
Things I liked: This Umarex Universal Tactical Laser is very simple and easy to install and use. It fits very snugly and securely on most Weaver rails. Because the battery compartment cover is on the bottom, the laser does not need to be removed from the gun in order to install the batteries. Once installed on the pistol, the on / off switch is conveniently located in front of the trigger guard where it is easily reached and activated by either left or right handed shooters. I found it to work well on both the Sig Sauer P226 X-Five and the Blackwater BW1911 R2 blowback pistols. The on / off switch has sufficient resistance so that the blowback action does not make the switch move. The sight-in settings are also stable to the vibrations of strong blowback pistols.
Things I would have changed: The two buttons on the top of the laser control two mounting tabs. I would like to see those tabs made slightly larger so that they insert into the slots of the mounting rail better than they currently do.
What others should know: The very strong blowback of the P226 X-Five and the BW1911 R2 did induce the Umarex laser to creep forward slightly on the mounting rail, but the amount of forward movement was not enough to make the laser fall off while shooting. I compared this Umarex Universal Tactical Laser with the ASG Universal Laser Sight and have concluded that both lasers are the same product. The frame of both lasers is stamped "Made in Taiwan". The two lasers are virtually identical except for the Umarex name molded into the on / off switch on the Umarex branded laser. Therefore I believe that my review of the ASG laser on the Walther PPQ, Smith & Wesson M&P 45, H&K P30, Beretta PX4 Storm, and Gamo PT-85 pistols is also applicable to this Umarex laser.
Things I liked: Easy to adjust elevation and windage.
Things I would have changed: It's too easy to bump it to the on position accidentally.
What others should know: Good little laser site. I would recommend it.
Will this fit on a Beretta PX4 Storm?
Yes, it should work fine.
Will this fit the berreta elite 11
will this fit the ASG bersa BP9CC C02 pistol?