Hi-Point Pistol Laser by LaserLyte
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  • Because of the included tools and well thought-out design of the laser, you can have this product attached to your pistol and sited in within just a few minutes
  • Those who purchase one of these will not be disappointed


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    Let’s face it — a Hi-Point pistol is nothing more (or less) than a very cheap gun that works well after you put 100-200 rounds through it during a break-in period. The good news about those inexpensive Hi-Points is that accessories also tend to be cheap.

    Take the LaserLyte Hi-Point Pistol Laser, for example. You can pick one of those up for less than $100 directly through Hi-Point and you get a laser that is easy to install, easy to adjust and fits well on a Hi-Point.

    LaserLyte is a great company that offers a three-year warranty on the laser. The first one I received couldn’t be adjusted, so the company simply sent me its apologies and got a new laser to me very quickly — no questions asked. LaserLyte even sent me a postage prepaid envelope so I could ship back the old laser.

    A company that will stand behind its products like that is very important, indeed. So, what’s so great about this LaserLyte product for Hi-Point pistols? Read on to find out.

  • Hi-Point Pistol Laser by Laser:yte
  • The Hi-Point Pistol Laser comes with all of the tools you’ll need to easily install your new laser and even includes spare batteries. Keep in mind that this is a “one size fits all product” — the package comes with two sizes of shells so you can fit it on compact 9mm and .380 ACP Hi-Points as well as larger-framed .40 S&W and .45 ACP pistols. Because of the included tools and well thought-out design of the laser, you can have this product attached to your pistol and sited in within just a few minutes.

  • Hi-Point Pistol Laser by Laser:yte
  • A closeup look at the LaserLyte product reveals a laser that is compact, light and fairly simple. It is nothing more than a small circuit-board, a red laser powered by three watch batteries (those last an estimated 5 hours in “steady on” mode and 10 hours in “pulse” mode) and two small screws to adjust the laser.

    And, adjusting that laser is easy. Simply set it so that the laser “rests” at the top of your gun site so you will actually hit your target when you place the laser on it. The laser, once sited in, says on target very well even after multiple shots. The kit comes with the necessary tools to adjust the laser site.

  • Hi-Point Pistol Laser by Laser:yte
  • The Hi-Point Model C9 9mm pistol prior to the installation of the LaserLyte.

  • Hi-Point Pistol Laser by Laser:yte
  • And, here is the C9 with the LaserLyte installed. Notice how it fits very well on the front of the trigger guard. Also, it has buttons on both sides of the unit so you can flick it on easily if you are right or left-handed. The whole thing only weighs a couple of ounces, so you will not notice any extra weight on your pistol.

    The only gripe I have about the LaserLyte is that I tend to rest my finger on the front of the trigger guard and place it on the trigger only when ready to shoot. With the LaserLyte, that ability is gone (unless you have an incredibly long finger that can rest on the front of the laser).

  • Hi-Point Pistol Laser by Laser:yte
  • The LaserLyte throws a substantial, red dot on your target. The laser has two modes — constant on and pulse, which flashes the laser on and off rapidly. The laser will shut off automatically after five minutes, thus saving battery life.

    The site is, of course, great at night and in indoor lighting. The laser isn’t much use in bright sunlight as it gets washed out at longer distances (and, that should come as no surprise).

    There aren’t a whole lot of lasers available for Hi-Point pistols, so thank goodness this compact, easy-to-use unit from LaserLyte is out there. Hi-Point sells this directly to its customers, so one could say the company endorses the LaserLyte product.

    To sum everything up, the LaserLyte is inexpensive, easy to install, easy to site in and is backed by a company that gives a three-year warranty. Those who purchase one of these will not be disappointed.



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