LaserLyte Trigger Guard Laser for Glock 43

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posted on July 10, 2015
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A custom-fit Trigger Guard Laser (TGL) for the new Glock 43 single-stack 9 mm pistol is now available from LaserLyte. Featuring ambidextrous activation, the master module laser operates in constant-on or pulse modes, with a 6-minute auto-off function.

Each TGL package comes with two laser housings and fits four Glock pistols for the price of just one laser. The UTA-YY is now available as a complete package that's compatible with Glock 26, 27, 42 and 43 pistols. Customers who previously purchased the UTA-YY laser that not include the body for the Glock can e-mail LaserLyte at [email protected] to receive a free laser housing to fit any previously owned G26/27/43 Glock pistols.

Installation is done by simply using three screws to secure the laser housing into place. The laser does not require removal in order to change out batteries, and exterior windage/elevation adjustments enable precise aiming and zeroing at any preferred distance. Watch the video below to see one being installed:



LaserLyte UTA-YY Specifications
Compatible Firearms: Glock 42/43, Glock 26/27
Power Output: 650NM, 5MW, Class IIIA
Programmable: Dual mode constant-on and pulse, auto-off in 6 minutes
Batteries: 3 x 392
Battery Life: *Actual usage 5 hours constant-on, 10 hours pulse mode
Weight: .75 ozs.
Material: 55 percent Glass Filled Nylon and Aircraft Grade 6061 aluminum
Length: 1.52"
Width: .76"
Height: 1.70"
MSRP: $104.95

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