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Crimson Trace Rail Master Universal IR Laser Sight
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I got this Laser as it has a great price. I have it mounted on my carbine for use with NVG's I have the dot centered in the beam of a sightmark IR ill...
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Very nice

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on March 27, 2013
Unbeatable for the price
Pros: Tiny, works great
Cons: Requires an allen wrench to adjust, but no biggy...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Laser

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AR Written on March 27, 2013
I've got one of these and one of the UNI-MAX lasers. The Crimson Trace IR laser is a better value than the UNI-MAX. The Rail Master's 5 minute automatic shut off feature is great, and the switch position and housing are better designed than the competitor. The UNI-MAX is too easy to accidently bump and turn on, but it does have a remote switch available. If I had it to do over again, I'd have two of the Rail Masters and none of the competition.
Pros: Easy to use, 5 min shut off
Cons: No remote switch available...
Would recommend: Yes
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Nice little IR laser for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on March 3, 2013
Bought this to mount on a rifle for night hunting with a night vision device. Tested and works very well. The IR dot is visible for at least 400 yards. Doesn't bloom to badly when projected at a bright surface. Mount works on a 1913 mil-spec rail.

While construction is plastic, the unit seems well constructed. Adjustment for beam and on/off switch work well. The unit will auto-shutoff after a few minuets to conserve battery. Worried about water resistance as there seems to be points where water may seep in. The watch/camera type battery are expensive and don't last very long.

Have read of some issues with these units loosing aiming adjustment and also failing. Crimson Trace has fixed or replaced the units so the customer service sounds good. Overall I think it's a good value vs. quality/feature tradeoff. I didn't expect this nice of a product for money spent. IR laser are very expensive.
Pros: Good price, small/lightweight
Cons: expensive watch battery, plastic construction...
Would recommend: Yes
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Crimson Trace Rail Master IR

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on February 24, 2013
The laser is a great piece of gear. The multiple pieces of rail adaptor makes it fit any handgun. Will buy more.
Pros: Compact design with a tight signature on target.
Cons: Needs indication showing powered on....
Would recommend: Yes
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The Economic Choice

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 4, 2013
For the price it is a excellent IR hunting option. Crisp and focused beam out to 150 meters. Used a mil-grade IR in Iraq and loved it, but bought the $1,000 less CMR-201 for hunting hog and could not be happier with the results.
Pros: Price, Versatility, Lightwieght
Cons: Hard to see past 200 meters...
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent value IR Laser!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on January 21, 2013
I got this Laser as it has a great price. I have it mounted on my carbine for use with NVG's I have the dot centered in the beam of a sightmark IR illuminator which is also worth checking out. It would be nicer if it had a lower profile like the laser max uni(an excellent laser by the way) especially if mounted on a rifle. The push button on and off is a good feature which if you mount it close to your off hand it can replace the idea of having another laser that comes with a pressure switch. This one does not come with a pressure switch. I thought it may have been a little brighter but I am only using Gen 1 NVG's but it is plenty bright out to 100 meters. Compared to the next step up for an IR laser ( $1000+) the price and features can't be beat.
Pros: Good value
Cons: Could use a lower profile...
Would recommend: Yes
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