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OfficerStore.com Offers Laser Sighting Systems

November 29, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of OfficerStore.com.
Photo courtesy of OfficerStore.com.

OfficerStore.com is offering LaserMax laser-sighting systems for the Gen4 Glock G17 and G22, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield, and Ruger LCP and LC9.

The latest edition of the CenterFire laser series designed especially for use with the new Smith & Wesson M&P Shield pistols, is now available. By working closely with the engineers at Smith & Wesson, LaserMax designed the sight to look as though it was fully integrated with the weapon. The Shield laser mounts directly to the frame.

The constant red laser beam sits just under the bore for the highest accuracy and prevents your finger from blocking the beam. Patented, ambidextrous activation for right- or left-handed shooters with a distinct On/Off switch lets the user decide when they need it.

The Gen4 Glock compatible Guide Rod Laser sight is available from OfficerStore.com to satisfy high customer demand. This first LaserMax sight was designed specifically to fit the G17 and G22.

The LaserMax CenterFire laser for the Ruger LCP and LC9 is small and lightweight. This CenterFire laser can be easily installed by mounting to the frame. This red laser sight mounts just under the bore for highest accuracy and prevents the user from blocking the beam. It is adjustable for windage and elevation. The laser is powered by a Lithium battery that provides over four hours of continuous runtime.

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