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Old 11-01-2008, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default New LASER for my Ruger P345

Once, again... I just bought another "item" for my P345. It's the sub-compact LaserLyte V2 laser aimming device. VERY NICE indeed!
http://http://www.laserlyte.com/Laser_Gun_Sights/Sub_Compact/FSR-00V2-140.html



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Old 11-01-2008, 03:47 PM   #2
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...ain't it cute. It's so tiny.

Do you have a light for it also? (in case you want to change it up a bit)



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...ain't it cute. It's so tiny.

Do you have a light for it also? (in case you want to change it up a bit)
Yes sir,

I have a Glock Tactical Light that will slip on the gun rail OR the Laser rail.

It is an Itty Bitty Laser! But it's a full 5mw power beam. The batteries don't last too long. Approx. 70 minutes continous use.
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cool little toy!!

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So far, it seems to be holding up OK. Next weekend Ill put a few hundred rounds through it and see if it stays on Zero.

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Still have this, if so how has it held up?




I know the age of the thread, one reason I resurrected it. If the little laser is still going good after two years might be worth it.



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