LaserLyte Releases Zombie Killer Edition Laser

posted on April 3, 2012

LaserLyte has released two new laser sights that are perfect for shooters that are preparing for the "zombie apocalypse." The side mount CK-AMFZK and CK-AMF9ZK bring a zombie green edition of the company's high quality laser sights to the Ruger LCP, Kel-Tec .380, Ruger LC9 and Kel-Tec PF9.

The side lasers are easy to mount, requiring gun owners to push out and replace the stock frame pins with new threaded pins (which are included in the packaging). The laser features a pulse or constant "on" mode, and also has an auto-off function that's designed to prevent excessive battery drain.

Each laser is smooth and has a no-snag design, ensuring it will still allow a pistol to fit into any available nylon or leather pocket holster available. Both models will ship with an MSRP of $99.95.

Zombie Killer Specifications:

Compatible With: Ruger LC9, Kel-Tec PF9
Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw
Laser Module: 650nm
Batteries: Four 377 Batteries
Weight: .40 ozs.
Length: 4.22"
Width: .58"
Height: .380"
Range at Night: 500 yds.

Compatible With: Ruger LCP, Kel-Tec .380 and .32
Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw
Laser Module: 650nm
Batteries: Four 377 Batteries
Weight: .25 ozs.
Length: 3.65"
Width: .56"
Height: .380"
Range at Night: 500 yds.

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