LaserLyte Announces Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser

posted on July 5, 2011

LaserLyte has announced a new laser-sighting product designed to fit the latest generation of compact pocket carry pistols, the LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser.

The laser attaches to the side of the pistol unobtrusively by replacing the stock pins with the included mounting screws. In addition to the simple ergonomic activation button, the LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser also features pulse or constant modes, an auto-off function to help eliminate unwanted battery drain, 5-10 hour battery life and interchangability between the Ruger LCP, Kel-Tec P-3AT and Kel-Tec P-32 pistol models. The MSRP is $99.95.

The embedded YouTube video below, courtesy of LaserLyte, documents setup, windage and elevation adjustments and battery installation for the laser. For additional information on the LaserLyte Ruger LCP Side Mount Laser, please visit the LaserLyte product page.


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