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    Default Laserlyte FSL laser module review...

    http://www.laserlytesights.com/gun_s...140/index.html

    this is the most compact rail mount laser i have ever seen.

    It can be mounted just about on anything that has a rail, and has an adjustable location rail locking cross lug, it is also a pulsing laser module, so it blinks VERY fast, saved batteries apparently.
    Its also VERY bright for a 5mw laser.
    It has a battery warning light on it also, that starts blinking when the batteries are going low.

    teh housing is aluminum, and seems very sturdy, tho i'm not going to bang on it with a hammer
    The laser is pushbutton activated, on the rear of the unit.

    I was looking for a quality laser for my PS90 Tri-rail, and was dissatisfied with the larger versions intended for rail mount.

    this fit the bill perfectly, as its very low profile, and neither the laser nor the mount interfere with operation of the gun, or the laser controls.
    its a simple operation to turn it on, just hit the button with the off hand when using the gun.

    I'd recommend this for anyone looking for a super low profile laser for a pistol, or rifle!

    MSRP is $149, I got mine off Amazon for $115.



    on the actual gun (light on right side is a Streamlight M3)




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    Default Re: Laserlyte FSL laser module review...

    is it a momentary on/off switch, constant, or both?

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    Default Re: Laserlyte FSL laser module review...

    Quote Originally Posted by XD45 View Post
    is it a momentary on/off switch, constant, or both?

    the light has momentary and constant, the laser is on constant, or off
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    Default Re: Laserlyte FSL laser module review...

    Wonder if it would fit on my XD-SC....

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    Default Re: Laserlyte FSL laser module review...

    its fits any standard picatinny mounting rail, and the locking pin can be place in 3 locations to prevent movement.

    it fit my XD45.
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