LaserLyte TGL Laser in Tan for Diamondback Pistols

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posted on September 24, 2014
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LaserLyte has introduced the Master Module TGL system for the Diamondback .380 and 9 mm pistols in a tan, glass-filled nylon housing: the UTA-DBT. And, because the color is incorporated into the finish, it will never wear off, even after repeated reholstering.

The TGL package comes with two housings per model and fits two guns for the price of just one laser. Installation of the UTA-DBT is under five minutes and battery changes do not require removal of the laser. Swapping lasers can be performed in less than a minute.

The programmable laser features a dual mode constant on and pulse, with an auto-off after six minutes. Made from tan glass-filled nylon and aircraft grade aluminum, the UTA-DBT laser is built to withstand years of use. MSRP is $104.95

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