This NEW Varmint Hunter laser and light will allow you to find your target
faster and more accurately than ever before. The strong red beam will allow
you to designate your target at a great distance while the flashlight illuminates
your target in low light or no light. Also includes cables with momentary pressure
pads that allow you to activate the laser and flashlight with push button ease.
|Power Requirement: Laser DC3V, Light DC6V||Windage/Elevation Adjustments|
|Range: 5moa at 6.25yds||Laser Class: 3R|
|Output Power: 3-5mW||Wave Length: 650nm|
|Focus Range: 50 Yards||Tube Diameter 18.9mm|
|Objective Bell Diameter: 31.5mm||Weight: 3.4 oz.|
- Flashlight Beam 140 Lumens
- Flashlight Objective Bell Diameter: 31.5 mm
- (3) CR123A batteries
- Hex wrench set
- Momentary pressure switch
- Includes: Laser, Flashlight, Hex Wrench Set, 1" Scope Mount to Fit 1" Tube, Manual, (3) CR123A Batteries, and Momentary Pressure Switch
- Accessories TypeFlashlights & Lasers
- Warranty1 Year Limited
Avoid – laser does not hold a zero x3; batteries DOA
June 26, 2012
I really wanted to give this combo a chance but 3 strikes and youre out. Got to say AGD is good to their word and worked with me thorough out my trials. Each time I explained my want for an exchange, they worked with me without question. First the good. Looks nice on my Nitro Venom .22 Cal Air Rifle that came with a 3-9x32 Scope. Nice mount fits on my 1 scope with supplied bushing. Flashlight is nice a bright throws down a nice beam of light down range. Comes with push button on/off and a second set of switch caps for momentary on/off for both the light and laser. Comes with all the hardware and tools to mount the combo on the scope and to sight the laser in (flashlight has an adjustable beam requires no sighting). The mount is nice an rugged with plenty of bolts to hold everything in place - it's beefy and made strong. Now the bad. Laser will not hold a zero. Tried 3 separate LLRCP BSA Varmint Hunter Red Laser & Flashlight Combos. Two combos came with dead batteries. Both the laser and light uses the same batteries, Laser using 1 battery while the light uses 2. Three batteries come with package. Batteries are type CR123A, 3v, lithium (laser uses one and flashlight uses two). Funny, the brand name of the battery was WF, the only thing missing was the T in the middle. I understand why the T was missing it was Ting me off. 1) First combo, the elevation and windage adjustments were so loose, the slightest bump would knock them off zero. A single shot would throw the aim off by 5 at 25 feet. The laser light would also vary in brightness from very bright to dim red. Ended up exchanging for same combo. 2) Second combo same as the first elevation and windage were knocked of zero after a single shot. Noticed the laser light varying in brightness as before but not as frequently. One batter was dead on arrival bought a new battery, ended up exchanging it for same combo. 3) Third combo came in. The elevation and windage did not hold, this time a much slower drift after about 5 shots, ended up moving about 5 low and right. This combo came with two dead batteries. Too bad, the combo looked nice on the gun, and the price was right. The light was nice and bright but the laser would not hold a zero never would do any hunting with it. I was thinking of using a drop of lock-tight on the adjustments, but for the price should have held w/o modification. I would not recommend this combo to anyone.
Pros:Looks nice on scope, mount is rugged, flashlight is bright & price is reasonable - but see the dislikes - dealbreaker all the way.
Cons:Laser does not hold a zero. Batteries arrive DOA. Tried 3 separate (new) combos - same story.