Laser Genetics ND3 Laser Designator

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posted on June 24, 2010
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BSA Optics, through its subsidiary, Laser Genetics, offers a long-distance laser designator in a machined, aluminum housing made to illuminate targets in low-level lighting up to 250 yards away.

A checkered adjustment ring just behind the large diode housing rotates about 160 degrees to contract or expand the beam, increasing or decreasing intensity. An activation button on the rear can be unscrewed to access the single 123A battery housing and can be replaced with a supplied pressure switch and cord.

The company markets the ND3 as a light source for night hiking or search and rescue, and the accompanying 1-inch Weaver-style ring, binocular/spotting scope mount and windage/elevation-adjustable riflescope mount suggest the laser is well-suited for legal night hunting as well. The single 123A battery lasts for about seven hours in ideal, warmer temperatures, and the ND3 comes with a one-year warranty.

Manufacturer: Laser Genetics; (954) 581-2144; www.lasergenetics.com.

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