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Average Ratings
Overall rating
1.7 / 5
Easy To Set Up 3.7 / 5
Usability 2.0 / 5
Features 4.3 / 5
Value for your money 2.3 / 5
Meets expectations 1.7 / 5

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Product Ratings
Overall rating
1 / 5
Easy To Set Up 3 / 5
Features 3 / 5
Meets expectations 1 / 5
Usability 1 / 5
Value for your money 1 / 5

Author: JCrollinKC {!} from MO on Mar 28, 2012
Pros:  once you figure out it's useless, you can make light of your folly by mounting the laser to your finger, utilizing the universal mount, completely eliminating the hassle of actually holding on to a laser pointer, makes for fun time while repacking and handling your RMA
Cons:  The high density foam in the case holds everything in tightly, prolonging assemby, delaying the turn around time to disassemble, put it back in the box and ship it back.
Would recommend:  yes

JCrollinKC wrote:

Out of the box one would expect a precision instrument... However you may find yourself to be sadly mistaken. Upon assembly you find that the laser is of decent enough construction, with 4 adjustment screws, but one wouldn't expect to have to zero in a device designed to zero in your optics. However again, once you turn on the laser to assure proper battery insertion and switch functionality you note that the laser is not even "true" to it's own housing, and that the mounting base resembles the threaded parts of cleaning rod attachments (and almost fit together as sturdily.) Another thing you might note is that upon full proper assembly and insertion of you weapon of choice; that the laser does not even remotely line up to your very proven iron sights. After much tinkering and many other attempts you realize that even if you were able to zero the laser to the iron sights, (enough that you would trust attempting to zero in your optics) that this process of pre-zero zeroing of the laser would have to be repeated with every arbor, every insertion, every time. 1/4 twist and the laser can go from being 2" right, left , high, or low to 0 and then removed and replaced into the same weapon in the same configuration and you are 2" out again. Low quality, in this case the word precision does not even apply.

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