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Average Ratings
Overall rating
2.8 / 5
Easy To Set Up 3.5 / 5
Usability 2.5 / 5
Features 3.2 / 5
Value for your money 2.5 / 5
Meets expectations 2.5 / 5

would recommend if there are no manufacturing defects

Product Ratings
Overall rating
3 / 5
Easy To Set Up 1 / 5
Features 4 / 5
Meets expectations 3 / 5
Usability 4 / 5
Value for your money 5 / 5

Author: cgerikh {!} , Firearm Enthusiast, from Buffalo NY on Feb 16, 2010
Pros:  pressure switch & mount included, really bright laser, looks great
Cons:  super tiny allen wrench for windage & elevation that's easy to strip
Would recommend:  yes

cgerikh wrote:

I was excited about this laser but that was short lived when I discovered that one of the windage (or elevation depending on how you rotate the thing) screws was already stripped even though the package was new and not tampered with. Basically it was impossible to properly screw in one of the screws till I found a tiny screwdriver (like those used for glasses) that gave me some resistance in the groove. Once it was on the side-mount I unscrewed both screws to see which way the spring was pushing the laser so that I can rotate the laser in the mount to get it close to zero with my laser bore, and then fine tune it with really the one good screw that I could work with. With out the laser bore it would have been really difficult or at least time consuming to sight in with 1 unstripped & one malfunctioning screw. So I debated about returning the laser but on the flip side I was still able to maneuver the stripped screw with the screw driver and I can always try & locate another screw in the future if need be. The power of the beam and overall look of the laser was great so I just dealt with the other problem. The side-mount, while it looks cool, is a bit stupid (especially when 1 screw is broken and it's hard to adjust both windage and elevation instead of just 1 of the two). The laser really belongs on a mount that's directly under or to the side of the barrel. That when you aim before or past your zero you know that you only need to compensate for 1 axis and not both/not some odd angle. So in the future I may move it around with some picatinny adapters and scope ring. So no I would not recommend a stripped screw laser like the one I got but I would recommend one that did not have any manufacturing defects (if that was the case). I would recommend this this laser regardless of the side-mount.

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