Product Preview: LaserMax Uni-Max Rifle Kit

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posted on January 3, 2019
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Pairing the company’s lightweight and low-profile green Uni-Max Laser with its Momentary Activation Switch (MAS), the Uni-Max Rifle Kit allows for fast and simple transitioning of the laser from a handgun to a longarm and back again. In its standard configuration, the Uni-Max features a three-position, constant-on mechanical switch, however, installation of the MAS allows for pressure-activated, momentary-on use. Weighing 1 oz., the Uni-Max requires only 1.75" of Picatinny or Weaver rail in order to mount to your firearm of choice. Its green laser is adjustable for windage and elevation, has both steady- and pulsed-beam modes, and—thanks to a single slot molded into its bottom surface—is stackable and compatible with other accessories. The Uni-Max is also available in red and infrared versions. Price: $309. Contact: LaserMax; (800) 527-3703; lasermax.com.

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