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Most Helpful Positive Review Conundrum!
This laser is a conundrum. Its a green laser which is good but the laser la...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Not worth the extra $$$
I bought 2 of these lasers for use on my 22MAG and AR308. One of the lasers...
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Real nice

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, OH Written on March 28, 2013
My only complaint is that the hard switch (not the pressure switch) is sensitive to shock. The laser goes out after the second or third shot.
Pros: just about everything
Cons: sensitive switch...
Would recommend: Yes
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Conundrum!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, VA Written on September 22, 2012
This laser is a conundrum. Its a green laser which is good but the laser lacks power. I mounted it on my SOCOM for home defense, outside and inside the house. It went on easy, two bolts then tighten. I torqued to about 15"lbs. Zero was easy. I turned on my EoTech and then co-witness the green dot with the red dot of my EoTech. The adjustment screws are not solid, the supplied wrench does not fit well so I had to use a better quality. The adj screw opening seems to be slightly smaller than required wench size for adjustment. Even with my good allen wrench, my wrench does not release from the screws with ease. I mounted the K15 on the right side rail, laser up to be close to the bore. Day one was a failure to zero but it was dead on after the second range day. At the range for final zero day 2, the green dot is slightly proud right of my EoTech dot at 25 yards now, like a 1/4 dot or two clicks I think. This way, I can lase center mass from 25 yards out to 75 yards, at 75 yards the green dot is just proud left of my EoTech dot. Once again, the screw was difficult to adjust in the field. But now that I have the zero I want, so far after a couple hundred rounds down range and beating in the rig, its has stayed on zero. The adj caps are small and I can see losing one with ease in the field if ever having to remove one. The beam is low power. First day out I had a very hard time seeing the beam to zero using white copy paper as a target in mid day bright sunlight. The beam was only ...
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Would recommend: Yes
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lazor sight.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 16, 2012
Uesful good piece of equipment.
Pros: Good range, 50+ yards
Cons: Little expensive...
Would recommend: Yes
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laser sight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on December 15, 2011
superb design, can sneak it under scope mount
Pros: solid mount, low profile
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Don't waste your money

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AZ Written on September 25, 2011
I wasted my money on this, don't be a fool like me. I took it out in 98 degree weather and it crapped out after approx 10 rounds. It heats up and the laser dims to a point of worthlessness. I could barely make the laser dot out at 25 yds in late afternoon. I attempted a 50yd zero but after every shot it would blink off for 1-2 seconds then come back on, that is when it heated up and dimmed out. Even after cooling the unit off it only worked for another 3 rounds then dimmed out again. Do not believe their video of a SWAT team using this as I seriously doubt anybody would put any trust in a piece of crap like this!!!
Pros: Easy to set up, Probably good for airsoft
Cons: Too temperature sensitive, Recoil sensitive, not waterproof, Not trustworthy enough for real world applications...
Would recommend: No
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basic green laser

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MS Written on May 20, 2011
I think I was expecting something like the unit I used in the military, but I should have known better. The best feature of this laser is the fact it can be mounted on the top rail of an M4 with/without front sight interference. This gives you a more true bore alignment than any other system.
Pros: proper bore alignment with front site on M4
Cons: price and daylight visibility...
Would recommend: Yes
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rogob3

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on February 2, 2011
I bought this for my son's Smith and Wesson M15-22. Easy to zero and works great with a .22 Holds the zero good and visibility is decent in mid day sun to about 40 yards. Extremely bright in late afternoon and night....
Would recommend: Yes
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LaserLyte k-15 Green Laser

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on August 27, 2010
Great piece for the AR. Night time ops this piece is required. Blows away red light at night. However when running during the day it does not work past 50 yards. I found myself starting to look for the dot way too long. It is a fun tool to have on the AR make sure you know its limits.
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Not as bright as you want...
Would recommend: Yes
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Not worth the extra $$$

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on June 19, 2010
I bought 2 of these lasers for use on my 22MAG and AR308. One of the lasers had to be returned, due to poor make. The laser would not operate all the time even you turned the switch to always ON. The laser would be working and the recoil from the 22Mag would shut it down. Usually it would flicker back on with another round or two. I tried tightening all the connections and still had no progress. I didn't try it on the AR, but fortunately the other laser has been working from day one without a hitch even with the increased recoil. However, it will not hold a zero for more than 5 rounds. The laser creeps up and slightly right. I was hoping that compared to cheaper options of green lasers out there, that the extra cost was going to equate to a slightly better product, but it too seems to share the same problems as it's cheaper cousins. The beam is nice and bright, and can be seen during bright daylight out to about 60 yards with no optics and can be seen at 100yds with optics. Night time the beam is brilliant green and can be seen for what seems like forever. No doubt, it turns heads at the range! But, only if you really want the carbine type laser, I'd recommend buying the cheaper varieties; they do the same thing for less. I guess you have to invest in a $1000+ laser system if you want it to hold a true zero.
Pros: Carbine design
Cons: poorly made, does not hold zero...
Would recommend: No
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This laser is OK

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 10, 2010
scars your rail, switches do not work very well, overall feels cheep, can't recommend
Pros: I like the low profile of laser
Cons: Does not seem to be good quality...
Would recommend: No
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