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ASG Universal Laser. 17184. Customer Reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By Charles M from USA on 2015-01-02 10:49:18

Things I liked: This ASG Universal Laser Sight 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 several different pistols, both blowback and non-blowback. 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. ASG should start supplying this laser with batteries because with all other features being the same as the Umarex Universal Tactical Laser the Umarex laser has the advantage of being sold with batteries included.

What others should know: I tested this ASG laser on these non-blowback pistols: Walther PPQ, Smith & Wesson M&P 45, and H&K P30; and on these blowback pistols: Beretta PX4 Storm and Gamo PT-85. On the PX4 Storm and PT-85 pistols, this ASG laser held its position on the Weaver rails without any blowback induced creep. I compared this ASG Universal Laser Sight with the Umarex Universal Tactical Laser 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 my review of the Umarex laser on the Sig Sauer P226 X-Five and Blackwater BW1911 R2 pistols is also applicable to this ASG laser.

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Overall rating:2.0

Value for money:2.0

By John from USA on 2016-05-12 20:50:27

Things I liked: Very easy to install, and easy to make adjustments.

Things I would have changed: Not sure what they can change on this to solve my problem. Others said they had no problem with it on their blow back.

What others should know: Installed it on my ISSC M 22 BB pistol. This is a blow back and I could not get Laser to hold POA. Would get it sighted in and by the time I finished the clip it was all over the place. After three sessions, two CO2 cylinders, and 100 BBs I gave up on it. Glad I'm only out $20.

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    By John from USA on 2016-05-12
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    Things I liked: Very easy to install, and easy to make adjustments.

    Things I would have changed: Not sure what they can change on this to solve my problem. Others said they had no problem with it on their blow back.

    What others should know: Installed it on my ISSC M 22 BB pistol. This is a blow back and I could not get Laser to hold POA. Would get it sighted in and by the time I finished the clip it was all over the place. After three sessions, two CO2 cylinders, and 100 BBs I gave up on it. Glad I'm only out $20.

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    By Hector from USA on 2015-01-31
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    Things I liked: nice Laser for the money,Class 2 laser, bright at night no so much during the day, easy to sight in point and shoot capability.

    Things I would have changed: battery should be included!!!

    What others should know: the batteries are expensive you need 3 of them, got a good deal at the local watch repair shop $5.00 for 3 normally there $5 each.

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    By Charles M from USA on 2015-01-02
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    Things I liked: This ASG Universal Laser Sight 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 several different pistols, both blowback and non-blowback. 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. ASG should start supplying this laser with batteries because with all other features being the same as the Umarex Universal Tactical Laser the Umarex laser has the advantage of being sold with batteries included.

    What others should know: I tested this ASG laser on these non-blowback pistols: Walther PPQ, Smith & Wesson M&P 45, and H&K P30; and on these blowback pistols: Beretta PX4 Storm and Gamo PT-85. On the PX4 Storm and PT-85 pistols, this ASG laser held its position on the Weaver rails without any blowback induced creep. I compared this ASG Universal Laser Sight with the Umarex Universal Tactical Laser 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 my review of the Umarex laser on the Sig Sauer P226 X-Five and Blackwater BW1911 R2 pistols is also applicable to this ASG laser.

     
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    By james from USA on 2014-11-21
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    Things I liked: Good value for the price.

    Things I would have changed: Small hex key (supplied) is used to adjust the point of impact. This adj. is very sensitive. Say 30 deg. (form 1-oclock to 2-oclock)of rotation will move the laser dot about 1 inch at 21 ft. (going from memory on this one). REDUCE THE MOVEMENT WITH FINER CONTROL. On-off switch can easily be turned on when putting the gun in the case. I almost exhausted the (3) LR44 batteries in the 12 hours of storage because the switch was bumped. PROVIDE A SWITCH STOP OR PROTECTOR TO KEEP SWITCH FROM TURNING ON IN STORAGE. REMOVING AND STORING 3 LR44 IN THE PISTOL CASE IS A PAIN.

    What others should know: I have mixed feelings about this. It is very good for sighting without looking at a sight picture on iron sights. It seems that the groups centers move around during practice. The best group with my SWMP40 was about 3/4 inch (6 shots, 21 feet) with a mechanical rest. Seems that the groups move (1 1/2 in.) but size does not change much. The SW40MP may have an issue as the gas is consumed - low gas seems to make for higher group placement! This item is balky when sliding it onto the accessory rail to the point that I feel that it could be damaged. I have used die files to relieve some of the molding defects and it is improving installation. Will keep working on this issue until it is smooth. (Easy to do)

     
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