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I recently read Gun Test's article about Laserlyte but I'm wondering if anyone has any personal experience with them?
I'm interested in them for a Glock 19.

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I think I remember Micron selling one recently.
I've read good things about them and I like the idea that you don't have to buy a new holster.
The only thing that keeps me at bay somewhat is the type of batteries it takes. The small watch type.
Probably not a realistic concern, but old guys are slow to adopt new fangled gadgets.
 

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Anyone else can weigh in?

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Good choice if you can't afford a $300 Lasermax internal unit (which would be my choice IF I wanted a laser on a Glock and money was no object)

Downside- can't sight down that table top Glock calls a slide for point shooting.
 

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PandM said:
I think I remember Micron selling one recently.
I've read good things about them and I like the idea that you don't have to buy a new holster.
The only thing that keeps me at bay somewhat is the type of batteries it takes. The small watch type.
Probably not a realistic concern, but old guys are slow to adopt new fangled gadgets.
I did sell a Lasermax unit, but it was for a Rem 870 with extended mag tube. I'm also interested in hearing about the Glock units.
 

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I have 2 Laserlyte systems for S&W M&P9C. They work great and don't worry about the batteries, you can pick up 20 of them on EBAY for 5 bucks. They also have great cust service. They sent me out a new unit before my shipping the old one back, and also sent me a prepaid ups sticker for the return, no hassels! My problem unit had an intermittant switch. No problems with my other unit or with the new replacement. They are easy to install and sight in. I highly recommend laserlyte.
 

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Thanks for all the comments.

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I have the LaserMax guide rod laser on my Glock 19, it's a decent unit, I'd rather have a rail version though, although the LaserMax adds no footprint to the gun.

Selling it/trading for a rail mount unit will be entertained if interested.
 
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