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LaserMax Laser Sight for Ruger LC9 Centerfire Pistols CF-LC9 w/ Free Shipping and Handling
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LaserMax Laser Sight for Ruger LC9 Centerfire Pistols Product Info
The LaserMax Centerfire LC9 Ruger Laser Sight can be easily installed by mounting to the frame without changing out parts or altering the exterior of the gun. This laser sight from LaserMax mounts just under the bore for highest accuracy and prevents the user from blocking the beam. The LaserMax Centerfire LC9 Red Laser Sight features an ambidextrous, distinct on/off switch that turns the laser on only when needed so it will not inadvertently reveal the user's position. The LaserMax CenterFire Laser Sight uses a 1/3 N Lithium battery that provides over four hours of continuous runtime. The LaserMax sight is also user adjustable for windage and elevation. Unintended activation is prevented by the design of the power switch. With the LaserMax CenterFire Red Laser Sight for Ruger LC9 Pistols, you can expect rock-solid quality and performance.
LaserMax CF-LC9: CenterFire Red Laser Sight for Ruger LC9 pistols
Specifications for Laser Max CenterFire Red Laser Sight for Ruger LC9 Pistols:
650 nm (Red)
1/3 N Lithium (1) included
Over 5 hours
Factory aligned at 10 yards, user adjustable for windage and elevation
Features of LaserMax Centerfire Sight for Ruger LC9:
Red laser with constant beam
Custom designed to fit Ruger LCP pistols
Mounts to the frame without changing out parts or altering your weapon
Sits just under the bore for highest accuracy and prevents your finger from blocking the beam
Ambidextrous activation for right or left-handed shooters
Distinct On/Off switch turns the laser on only when you need it
User installed in minutes
Laser Max Center Fire Laser Sight for Ruger LC9 Pistols
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Helpful Positive Review
April 15, 2012
I bought this LaserMax Centerfire Red sight for my LC9 and it fit perfectly. Very easy to adjust for windage and elevation. I only purchase LaserMax products for any of my weapons.
Pros: Small,lightweight, easy to install., easy to use.
Works well. Light in weight.
Pros: Well designed
Cons: Not cheap
2/2 found this helpful
Most Recent Review
January 20, 2013
The LC9 is not a duty weapon. Neither is the Lasermax. Both are intended for concealed and backup use and they are perfectly fine for both fine.
Pros: Does the job, compact,. good fit and finish
Cons: Not 'mititary grade', but neither is the price
5/6 found this helpful
Most Recent Review
January 20, 2013