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    Crimson Trace Rail Master Universal Green Laser

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    Product Description

    Crimson Trace Rail Master Universal Green Laser is a compact universal rail-mounted laser sight that fits most M1913 Picatinny and Weaver style accessory rails, on pistols, rifles and shotguns including Glock, Ruger, Smith and Wesson, Springfield and Sig Sauer. This is an amazingly flexible laser sight that will fit on almost any kind of firearm. The Crimson Trace Rail Master Universal Laser Sight Rail Mount attaches easily and is rock solid once its in place, thanks to Crimson Trace Secure Lock Technology. This sight offers instant, easy, instinctive activation. Just tap on, tap off. If your firearm has a rail, it can have this compact laser sight.

    Crimson Trace Rail Master Universal Green Laser Sight Specifications:

    • Material: Polymer
    • Battery Life: over 2 Hours
    • Battery Type: One CR2 Lithium battery
    • Platform: Universal
    • Sighting: Factory Sighted at 50 feet
    • Laser Output: 5mW Green Laser
    • Activation Mode: Instant Activation
    • Laser Visibility: Aproximately .5 Inch Diameter at 50 Feet
    • Installation: User Installed
    • Warranty: Three Year Full Warranty
    • Color: Black

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    "I have been ordering from MPW since I started waterfowl hunting just 6 years ago. They have always had the items I needed. I had to call their customer service once on a return of waders. They were great. Their pricing on most items have been the lowest I have found. They often have free shipping which helps a lot. I will be a customer of MPW for a long time to come." Nov 2015