2012 SHOT Show Special Report: LaserMax’s New Centerfire Laser Series

Last year, Ruger and LaserMax teamed up to sell Ruger’s popular LCP and LC9 pistols with a factory-mounted, trigger guard-mounted red laser. At the 2012 SHOT Show, LaserMax showcased the lasers and an introduction to their brand new line of frame-mounted lasers called the Centerfire series. LaserMax’s Centerfire lasers are specifically designed for guns without an accessory rail. With the increasing demand for concealed carry and personal defense handguns and revolvers with incorporated lasers, LaserMax is working diligently to meet that demand. LaserMax is extending their line of Centerfire lasers to fit more sub-compact pistols and will be revealing those lasers throughout the rest of the year.

The Centerfire lasers for Ruger’s LCP and LC9 are easily mounted to the frame of the gun without any alterations to your weapon and are removable. It has a master ambidextrous on and off switch for either left-hand or right-handed shooters.

Specifications and Features

  • Weight: 0.5 oz.
  • Wavelength: 650 nm (Red)
  • Power output: 5mW
  • Battery: 1/3 N Lithium(1) included
  • Battery Life: Over 5 hours
  • Adjustment: Factory aligned at 10 yards, user adjustable for windage and elevation
  • Warranty: 1 year
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