LaserLyte Rear Sight Laser Tested and Recommended by NTOA

LaserLyte Rear Sight Laser Tested and Recommended by NTOA

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Cottonwood, Ariz. – -(AmmoLand.com)- LaserLyte is pleased to announce that the Rear Sight Laser (RSL) has been tested and recommended by the National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA) “Member Tested and Recommended Products Program”.

This program is the most comprehensive law enforcement product review database. The program allows for manufacturers to have their products tested in the field by the law enforcement community.

The Rear Sight Laser’s ground-breaking new laser design incorporated into the rear sight, its compact size and revolutionary performance make the new RSL the most extraordinary system LaserLyte has ever produced. Easy-to-install and easy-to-operate, the new RSL offers a high-power laser with the benefit of not having to replace existing grips, internal stock parts or holsters.

Officers evaluating the RSL found it simple and easy to use. An officer reviewer commented,

“The product was very easy to install and I had it on in less than 15 minutes.” Another officer reviewer liked the fact that the gun could still be easily holstered, stating, “Because of its size and location, it does not have any adverse affects on holstering with a Level I or II holster.”

The RSL’s activation switch is a strategically placed button at the back of the slide that is easily activated by the thumb in a normal shooting position for left- or right-handed shooters. First press of the activation switch produces the constant on mode, second press produces pulse mode, and third press deactivates the laser. A small LED on the back of the laser indicates if the laser is on and what mode it is in.

The RSL fits all Glock pistols and is constructed from MIM 4650, nickel enriched high carbon steel, the same material used for most heavy-duty gun parts such as iron sights, hammers and levers. It is also black oxide, bead blasted for a non-reflective finish. When mounted onto the pistol the RSL will fit all Level 1 and 2 holsters. Powered by four 377 batteries, commonly used in watches, that provide one hour of run time on constant on and two hours in pulse mode. LaserLyte offers discounted batteries at www.laserlyte.com. MSRP $199.95.

LaserLyte Rear Sight Laser Specifications:

  • Product Number: RL-1
  • Compatible Firearms: Fits all Glocks
  • Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw
  • Laser module: 650nm
  • Batteries: 4-377
  • Battery Life: 1 hr constant on, 2 hrs in pulse mode
  • Weight: 1.2 oz., 34.02 g
  • Length: .85 in., 21.59 mm
  • Width: 1.05 in., 26.67 mm
  • Height: .35 in., 8.89 mm
  • Range at Night: 500 yd., 457.2 m
  • MSRP: $199.95

About the NTOA
The NTOA was established in 1983 by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Captain, then-Lieutenant, John Kolman. Mr. Kolman hoped to provide a communications link between SWAT units throughout the United States and, later, other countries. All prospective members of the NTOA must meet prescribed membership criteria. Membership records are considered confidential, and exact figures are not disseminated. However, what can be stated is the membership is presently comprised of more than 30,000 members, including more than 1,600 teams. Largely through the hard work of our instructors and a realistic costing approach, the NTOA training program continues to grow. Member services are also expanding in the areas of tactical data collection, equipment surveys, program reviews and training program and instructor development. For additional information about the NTOA, visit www.ntoa.org.

About LaserLyte:
LaserLyte, the leader in laser technology, is the shooting and hunting division of P&L Industries. The company strives to heighten the experience of shooting by offering high quality, competitively priced lasers and other firearms accessories. For additional information about LaserLyte and its complete line of products, visit www.laserlyte.com.

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Matt
Matt
11 years ago

I tried the RSL on my Glock, and it was junk. The installation of banging it on with a brass rod was really annoying. Trying to sight it in was even worse, it would not sight in, and the screws to sight it in stripped almost immediately. I didn't particularly care for the red LED light to be shining back at me when it was on either. I had no choice but to send it back.