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Sightmark’s Triple Duty Compact Green Laser (CGL) has a compact design to easily fit pistols. The lightweight design refrains from adding unnecessary weight to the pistol. The laser is streamlined when mounted to a pistol to decrease snag points and increase compatibility with various holsters. With ambidextrous digital on/off switches, the laser can be activated by a right or left handed shooter. The CGL is energized by a CR2 battery and features a continuous mode and a pulsing mode to increase battery life up to 15 hours. The included pressure pad allows the CGL to conveniently mount on the quad rail of various AR platforms. The CGL is designed with a weaver/Picatinny mount and has an operating range from 0°F to 120°F making Sightmark’s Triple Duty Green Laser your laser of choice for almost every situation. Sightmark-Make Your Mark!
- Ambidextrous digital switch activation - Visible green laser - Continuous and pulsing operation modes - Fits full size and most compact pistols (see compatibility chart)
- Laser Wavelength (nm): 532 - Laser Type: Class IIIa - Laser Power Output (mW): <5 - Dot Size (in @ 50yd): Approximately 3" - Visibility Day (yd/m): 50 - Visibility Night (yd/m): 600/550 - Modes of Operation: 1 constant mode, 1 pulsing mode - Battery Type: CR2 - Battery Life (hours): Constant 10 and Pulsing 15 - Battery Voltage: 3V - Maximum Recoil (G's): 1,000 G's - Adjustment Value: Continuous - Elevation Adjustment range, MOA: Approximately 420 - Windage adjustment range, MOA: Approximately 140 - On/off Operation: Push Button or Pressure Pad - Finish/color: Matte Black - Body Material: Aluminum - Waterproof: IP3X - Shockproof: Yes - Mount Type: Weaver/Picatinny Mount - Operating Temperature: -17 to 48/ O to 120 - Dimensions: 65mm x 37mm x 35mm - Weight: 6.2 oz
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