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LaserLyte Introduces CK-SWAT Laser Sight for S&W, Taurus Revolvers

February 17, 2012  | 

LaserLyte's CK-SWAT side-mount laser fits Taurus and S&W J-frame (pictured) revolvers. Photo: LaserLyte
LaserLyte's CK-SWAT side-mount laser fits Taurus and S&W J-frame (pictured) revolvers. Photo: LaserLyte

LaserLyte has introduced the CK-SWAT side-mounted laser that fits Smith & Wesson J-frame and Taurus revolvers, including the Taurus Judge and Public Defender.

The LaserLyte CK-SWAT laser mounts under the grip and allows the customer to holster the firearm with the factory grip. The CK-SWAT is also compatible with aftermarket grips produced by Hogue and Pachmayr.

To install the LaserLyte CK-SWAT, choose one of the four included base plates that fit the revolver, remove the grip and screw the unit into place. Replace the grip and sight in the firearm with common X and Y adjustments. When ready to activate, press the button located at the back of the laser as you draw the firearm from the holster. The laser is programmable to "constant on" or pulse mode.

The "auto-off" feature displays a flash after five minutes of operation and automatically turns the unit off after six minutes. This feature can be reset at anytime to prevent accidental activation and battery depletion. The LaserLyte CK-SWAT unit can also be easily removed and placed on any other compatible firearms.

LaserLyte CK-SWAT Specs:

Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw

Laser module: 650nm

Batteries: Four 377 batteries

Battery: 5 hours constant on, 10 hours on pulse mode

Weight (with plate): 0.875 ounces, 23 grams

Range at Night: 500 yards, 457.2 meters

MSRP: $149.95

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Comments (3)

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jim @ 3/24/2012 7:35 AM

I am looking for a laser sight for a S&W 460 do you have one or know if anyone makes one?? Thanks

mario @ 7/28/2013 10:46 PM

laser fabuloso,pero,.,.yo tengo un rossi 981 38 spl¿serbira el laser para estta marca y modelo.En caso que sirva como lo compro y como lo mandan,soy de chile ,y cuanto es su valor? GRACIAS

mario basualdo Ibaceta @ 7/28/2013 11:13 PM

IMPONENTE FOTOGRAFIA,PERO YO PREFIERO UNO REAL PARA MI QUE UNA FOTOGRAFIA.

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