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Things I liked: This little light will shine... it turned a pray and spray Beretta 92A1 into 20ft 'X' killer. I thought my Dad had sold me a 'just for fun' pistol that shot all over the place, maybe to teach me a lesson. I got this laser in the other day and today finally found reasonably priced batteries for it at Fred's Discount for 50% off. Duracell D303/357B or others like SR44w/Sr44/LR44, but my past goes with DURACELL. Three of them will put you back a 10er. No pun intended but it is night and day with this laser on the bb blow-back P92A1. After one mag of practice I had every round chewing at the X till there was nothing left. It even comes with an allen wrench for elevation and windage but to my surprise I had to make no adjustments. Even with no bag and just sitting I was hitting the mark in single shot mode with no worries. This is the first mod and perhaps only I needed to make my prayer shot count. So far... I would highly recommend this little laser. PS yes works in daylight.
Things I would have changed: Include some Taiwan batteries and the out of the box experience would be awesome. Get rid of the battery release strap it was impossible to use and get good connection, I finally folded it on top of the batteries and underneath the cover. Give the consumer ALL the battery model numbers that can possibly fit it not every place has a cross reference chart.
What others should know: Good batteries equal better light. This red laser was perfectly viewable in full daylight and of course better at dusk. It is as accurate as you and your ammo. Hornsby's were hitting way high at the end of a CO2 but perfect again with a fresh. In this replica (in every way) pistol I user Hornady Black Diamonds or cheap Daisy zinc plated as the Crosman Copperheads jam up even on single shot. On full Auto use the Daisys and there's no problems. Hope this helps all those interested. I'm no expert in air guns but I know what I own, how to operate and maintain, and use it. Shoot straight, be safe, or blame it on the other guy.
Things I liked: Once you set the range, it stays OK. It's a little loose in the sighting screw but real lasers are over $150 so cope with it. Flashlight is enough for close range (-40yds) and the flip red lens cover is a nice add. Decent range on the laser, visible in mild daylight at 30yds.
Things I would have changed: The sight screws are wobbly IMO, could be a tighter tuning experience.
What others should know: For quick acquisition when it's not life or death...you got a good one here.
Things I liked: Easy to install, easy to sight in the laser. The laser holds is zero.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: take the batteries out to store it.
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how do i mount it on a gun
It is mounted to a weaver or picatinny rail
Hi How can I attach this to gauntlet ? Thank you
What does the red lense filter do exactly?