Q: What firearms will the PLR-0006-140/PLR-0006-090 fit on?
A: The Universal Pistol Laser will fit virtually on all handgun trigger guards.
Q: How will the PLR-0006-140/PLR-0006-090 fit securely on the trigger guard of my handgun?
A: The Universal Pistol Laser comes with a set of 24 pre-shaped polymer inserts/adapters that fit in between the Laser/Activation switch and the trigger guard. The inserts/adapters can be filed down with a nail file or any other filing device if needed for a more secure fit. You can also add a drop of super glue, which will not mar the finish of the handgun, if you would like some added security. If you feel uncomfortable mounting the laser yourself, check with your local gun dealer if they will mount the laser for you. Most will.
Q: Won’t the PLR-0006-140/PLR-0006-090 fall off if accidentally hit?
A: NO, if mounted correctly, the Universal Pistol Laser should not move from its location on the trigger guard.
Q: Will the PLR-0006-140/PLR-0006-090 hold zero after recoil?
A: Yes, the Universal Pistol Laser should have no problem holding zero after the firearm has been fired or any heavy recoil.
Q: How do you turn on the laser?
A: At the end of the laser is a 6-inch cord with a Pressure Activation Switch. Pressure must be on the pressure pad in order for the laser to come on and stay on. Once pressure has been released from the pad, the laser will turn off. The cord can be mounted with the Velcro pad, that is included, wherever is comfortable on the grip of the gun.
Q: What kind of batteries does the PLR-0006-140/PLR-0006-090 use?
A: The Universal Pistol Laser uses 3 A76 batteries, which are also known as LR-44 or AG13 batteries.
Q: How long is the battery life for the PLR-0006-140/PLR-0006-09?
A: The batteries will have a life of approximately 1.5 hours continuously. If not used continuously, they will have a much longer life.
Q: Where can these batteries be purchase?
A: These batteries are standard camera/watch batteries that can be found at a local Wal-Mart, Radio Shack, local Drug store, or anywhere else that carries those kind of batteries. A 12 pack can also be purchased at Laserlyte’s website for $12 plus shipping.