Date: 18/11/2018 1:55

Laser Genetics ND3x40 Laser Designator, 1" Tube, 3 Mounts

Laser Genetics ND3x40.

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  • Laser Genetics ND3x40 Laser Designator
  • Functions well in temperatures 40-deg. F or warmer
  • Green laser with Rotary Optical Collimator*
  • 40x magnification
  • Adjustable beam diameter & intensity
  • Micro-beam is visible up to 3 miles
  • Wider beam illuminates trails or "paints" targets up to 400 yds away
  • Water-resistant
  • Nitrogen-filled to prevent fogging (o-ring sealed)
  • 532nm laser
  • 40mW output
  • Class 2M
  • Uses 2 CR123V lithium batteries
  • 1" tube
  • 9.45" long
  • 2" dia. lens
  • 12 oz.
  • Fully multi-coated lenses
  • Made of high-tech aluminum
  • Anodized matte black finish
  • Includes two 3V CR123A batteries, Weaver ring, tripod mount,1" scope mount with adj. windage & elevation, remote momentary pressure switch, cleaning kit, hex wrench, lens cap & padded case

*The patented Rotary Optical Collimator uses a system of 9 fully multi-coated lenses that allow full adjustment and control of the beam diameter and intensity to focus light where it's needed most. Rotating the collimator ring to minimum creates a bright micro-beam green laser light visible up to 3 miles. Rotating the collimator to more open settings provides plenty of illumination to light a trail at night or �paint" a target up to 400 yds. away.

Attention: Do not stare directly into the laser beam or view directly with optical instruments. Viewing the laser light or a bright reflection may cause eye injury.

Item Code: BSA-LGND3X40 [PY-A-3967]

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  • Eric from USA asked:

    why doesn't Pyramyd Air just carry the N3 and N3 subzero...i mean isn't 250 yards, for us, sufficient ?

    • dan from USA asked:

      Will this light handle the recoil of a magnum springer when mounted to the scope? Thanks, Dan