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    AimSHOT KT81067 Green Laser Sight with Rail Mount

    Shop AimSHOT KT81067 Green Laser Sight with Rail Mount at Macks Prairie Wings! Low Prices and Quality Customer Service only from Americas Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
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    Product Description

    What differentiates AimSHOT’s Green Laser Sights from the many others currently on the market? Green Laser Sights start with a state-of-the-art laser module using an APC driver circuit to provide a constant optical power output throughout the life of a battery to give you the most usage. The laser passes through a high quality, multi-coated optical glass lens for a noticeably sharper and smaller dot at farther distances. The lens also filters out harmful IR wavelength emitted by the laser, which most other Green Laser Sight allow out and could be harmful to the user. To top it off, our Green Laser Sights use a four-point alignment system for easy alignment and holds zero very well.

    The AimSHOT Green Laser Sight features a 532nm green laser diode that has a visible range of 100 yards in broad daylight and 1 mile at night. Designed for the serious shooter, this waterproof laser sight is approximately 50-150 times brighter than traditional red laser sights, allowing for a much farther range of use and true daylight visibility. All our laser sights use a four-point alignment system to hold zero.

    AimSHOT Green Laser Sights have an available universal mount system for virtually any rifle or shotgun. All Green Laser Sight systems are compatible with the MT61178 Green Laser Sight/Flashlight Dual Mounts, MT61167 Rail Mounts, and MT8015 Barrel Mount.

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