Which laser???

Discuss rifles chambered for the 5.7x28mm; P90, PS90, and AR57.
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btc624
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Which laser???

Post by btc624 » 01 Apr 2011, 15:48

Just picked up a ps90 and want to get a green laser attached on the side rail of the gun. Does anyone have any insight as to which one is reliable?

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Re: Which laser???

Post by I8asquirrel » 01 Apr 2011, 17:53

I have a Unimax mounted on the side of my AR57 with the 6" remote cord and like it!

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Re: Which laser???

Post by Fudd » 06 Apr 2011, 05:16

If you want a day / night option, Laser Devices recently marketed a civilian legal Class 1 laser called the DBAL-I2 with either a red or green visible laser and an IR laser. Reliable and proven product platform, good in the dark out to 100+ yards. 9xBenjamins for the green laser version and it's yours. :thumb:

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Re: Which laser???

Post by Jonathansevert » 16 May 2012, 05:59

I just received my vector optics blackout yesterday, and plan to talks it out tonight after work. Look it up on YouTube, and I'll take some more shots of it and a quick review.

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Re: Which laser???

Post by snakedoc7 » 16 May 2012, 15:41

I'm not sure what laser it is,but I think FN makes one that looks pretty good. I was watching a review of the 90 and they had one in the frame. I'll try to find the link. I'm pretty sure it was a mil-app type of thing.

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Re: Which laser???

Post by Esteves » 16 May 2012, 16:30

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The version that FN installs in the P90 is not marketed commercially, but there's a lower strength model that is marketed for airsoft and can be installed after the fact (if you're handy.)
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