Picatinny Laser Sight

(4 customer reviews)


Picatinny Laser Sight

  • Compact aluminum construction
  • Compatible with 21mm Picatinny Rails
  • Adjustable elevation and windage
  • Bright red laser with about 300ft range
  • Goes great with our Powerline 415 and 426 Silencers
  • Compatible with the Red Ryder using our RRUBR
  • FREE SHIPPING within the US. Ships same or next business day via USPS

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This laser sight is lightweight, compact, and easy to use. It is made from 6061 Aluminum alloy and finished in matte black. It mounts onto any 21mm Picatinny/Weaver Rail. The red laser is very bright and has a range out to about 300ft. The windage and elevation are adjusted using two hex key set screws. It turns on/off using a small pushbutton on the back of the laser.

2 hex keys and 3 batteries are included

Laser max output: <1mw

Laser wavelength: 835-655nm

Additional information

Weight2.1 oz
Dimensions5.625 × 3.5 × 1.5 in

4 reviews for Picatinny Laser Sight

  1. Keith (verified owner)

    This is a great addition to my Umarex home defense 50 caliber. No need to aim. Laser was easily adjusted and easily seen indoors or nighttime. I feel if your using a crescent wrench to adjust your laser, your over powering this small device. Mine came with instructions and common sense. Great product.

    Picatinny Laser Sight
  2. Ronnie Hendrix (verified owner)

    Work great ,good for a night time rat hunt ! Adjustment was easy and the Lazer is bright,great price too.

  3. Andy Robertson (verified owner)

    Hilariously real. Takes your BB gun and makes it look like it’s straight out of Call of Duty.

    You can totally replace the batteries too, no need to just throw it out like this other clown says.

  4. David M (verified owner)

    I got this with the tri-rail mount for my Air bug.
    It is very bright, it is may out of metal, it comes with good fitting Allen wrench’s.
    However no instructions ( like others like this I got) the adjustment screws seem pretty much worthless
    I wound up bending the mount with a large crescent wrench to get it “in the ball park”.
    When the battery’s die I think its goes in the garbage and maybe keep the mount if you can find a flashlight of the correct diameter to replace the lazer

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