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Earn 28 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $35.00 Save $7.05 (20%)
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Things I liked: Like that the laser makes aiming easy. The Walther PPK does not have adjustable sites so this is nice.
Things I would have changed: The hole for the pin at the bottom of the laser is not big enough for the pin from the Walther. The metal is Aluminum and drills easily with wood drill bit... it should have fit out of the box. Also, there is a plastic bezel around the laser that screws in and loosens quickly - need to glue this. Bezel appears to be for looks only loosening did not affect sighting.
What others should know: Laser works OK.
Things I liked: Custom made/ fit for Walther PPK. Easy to adjust once installed Great visual aid for aiming at your target
Things I would have changed: Instructions need to be a lot more detailed.
What others should know: Instructions mention nothing about the fact that when you remove the old trigger guard pressure is relieved on a spring that holds the magazine release button in place - in which case it is possible for the button to pop loose when pressure on the spring is released. If the button pops loose you must be careful to reposition it while compressing the spring with the rear of the new trigger guard that is incorporated as part of the sight, before inserting the trigger guard screw.
Things I liked: Looks good, great if/.when it works. Okay for indoors, short range, which is all that should be expected from such a cheap unit.
Things I would have changed: A) The instructions are imperfect and should be more detailed. This complaint has surfaced before: why can't PA pay attention, do up a better set, and just slip the improved version in the shipment. B) The set screws holding the unit to the frame shake loose fairly quickly as a result of the recoil. I finally gave up and epoxied the unit to the bottom of the frame. C) the adjustment screws vibrate loose all the time: they should be improved. D) The ring around the front of the laser just fell off: I epoxied that too.
What others should know: This is a cheap laser, so don't expect much. Given the above problems I would NOT buy it again.
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