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LaserMax Genesis Rechargeable Rail Mounted Green Laser Sight
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Most Helpful Positive Review perfect for SR9C
Have not fired gun at range yet but tested light in bright daylight can see...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Cheezy plastic , bad switch design, not LE quality
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Don't waste your money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on December 30, 2012
I bought my first LaserMax Genesis Rechargeable Green Laser was happy with it for about 3 months then it stopped holding a charge. Called the company very friendly and helpful they exchanged it i figured that it was prob just a faulty one. After about 3 wks the button on the right side stopped turning the laser on (left was good so i just went with it) few wks after that whole laser stopped working like the last one. called them asked for my money back and guess what just came in the mail another freaking laser, not even going to open it sending it back and getting my account refunded. I love green lasers very useful but the rechargeable idea just doesn't work.
Pros: .....
Cons: eventually stops holding charge, then the buttons you press to turn it on stop working im not sure if they just wear out or what. ...
Would recommend: No
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wenven

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, IA Written on November 22, 2012
The only drawback I have found, is the switches stick out too far, turns on even when you insert it in a soft pack, which runs the batttery down.....bad news.
Pros: Very Visable, hard not to see it!!
Cons: The switches are too easily bumped, NEEDS to be different....
Would recommend: Yes
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Won;t hold charge

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 17, 2012
Rechargeable battery will not hold a charge. If you want a laser you can depend on buy something else. Battery goes dead just laying around after a couple weeks

Pros: easy to see in day light
Cons: Will not hold a charge...
Would recommend: No
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coyote22

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on December 15, 2011
This is the laser that quit(switches)and had to be sent back. When returned, during the first day of shooting on a 10/22 Ruger, the left paddle switch already fails to work!! The good reviews seem to come from shooters who haven't taken them out of the house yet.
Pros: rechargable
Cons: the engineer of that switch should be fired NOW!...
Would recommend: No
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laser drifts

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on July 23, 2011
Installed on my ruger SR9C went to range shooting at 10yds. each shot laser goes out, then while holding open sights on bullseye watched laser drift to right untill off paper.
sent back for refund also couldn't get laser to staw on target at all.
Pros: easy install easy adjustment
Cons: turns off after each shot...
Would recommend: No
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perfect for SR9C

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on July 22, 2011
Have not fired gun at range yet but tested light in bright daylight can see perfect at 20yds. Tested timer laser shut off at 10 min. as stated. allen wrench adjustment is very easy.
on off switch would be better if recessed.
Pros: good in daylight 10 min timer works perfect
Cons: difficult to pull from holster laser does hand up a little...
Would recommend: Yes
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Lazer max rechargeable

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, IN Written on July 21, 2011
They recommend charging quarterly,but my battery is always dead even when left in safe after 2-3 weeks. I'm going back to purchased batteries as much more dependable in future lazers.
Pros: Easy to sight in and upgraded my grouping from iron sights to 2 in. at 25 yds. from rest.
Cons: cheap little rubber grommet over charging port is hard to get out and can't last long. Sight turns on accidently too often....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great idea but not well thought out.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 19, 2011
It's a great idea and if it had a master on/off switch I'd probably like it very much. As it is, any light touch will turn the laser on so you couldn't possibly carry a pistol with the Genesis mounted on it. I tried putting it in a small pouch but after carrying it around a day or two I took it out to test it and the battery was dead. I guess if you could leave it on the charger and ask an intruder to hang on for a minute while you mount your laser it would be pretty good. When it's charged up it works very well. Too bad every little touch to either side activates it and eventually kills the battery.
Pros: Easy to mount and zero, lightweight, and it's a niceand bright.
Cons: Too easy to accidently turn on....
Would recommend: No
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Lasermax Genesis Sight(rechargeable)

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WI Written on May 7, 2011
Excellent product for any one excpecially older guts like me, as the eyes age we need a little help getting on target.
Pros: Ease of use, rechageable,visibility at distance
Cons: havent found any yet...
Would recommend: Yes
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Cheezy plastic , bad switch design, not LE quality

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IN Written on April 17, 2011
The whole unit is made of the cheapest looking plastic and the switch paddles push into an open hole to activate it. My switch quit working first on one side, then the other on the first day, and the company had to have it back before replacement will be sent.
Pros: Rechargeable
Cons: Switch open to internals...
Would recommend: No
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