- Mounts to picatinny rail systems
- Red Laser
- Constant On/Off button
- Requires 2 x AG13/LR44 1.5V style battery to operate (included)
- Aluminum construction
- Class IIIA Laser Device, <5mW output
- Adjustable for windage and elevation
- NcSTAR Low Profile Laser
- 2 x AG13 battery
- Allen key for sight adjustment and installation
About the NcSTAR Low Profile Laser
The NcSTAR Low Profile Laser is a quick and easy upgrade to your sighting system. Designed to be used on rifles or pistols that require something compact and out of the way. The red laser will allow you to rapidly acquire your target without having to line up like traditional iron sights.
This laser mounts to any picatinny rail system and is small and low profile enough to fit many pistols. Activation is by pushing a crossbar type button that locks in ON or OFF. This bar is located on the right sight for ON and pushing on the left side is for OFF. This is not reversible sadly. The body is made of solid aluminum with metal mounting hardware for durability. The slim low-profile look also adds a touch of function without adding any bulk. If you plan to holster your gun then you will have to consider a universal holster as a solution.
This laser can also be useful on a rifle. Just mount it towards the front on your airsoft guns forend for faster aiming. Elevation and windage can be adjusted via set screws using the included allen keys. These are airsoft grade lasers and they are not guaranteed to hold zero on a real firearm. Firearms grade accessories will tend to be more expensive and designed to handle recoil. Airsoft grade accessories such as this work fine in the realm of airsoft but should not be expected to perform like a more expensive laser.
Q: Is the laser visible in the daytime?
A: Yes, but generally it is hard to see lasers during daylight hours and works best generally in low or no light situations.
Q: How far can the laser go out to?
A: Farther than you need, though at great distances the dot becomes more distorted and blooms out.
Q: What is better, red or green?
A: In low-light, both work really well. In daylight, green is slightly easier to see but we stand by our comment that lasers in general are hard to see except for up close.
Q: Are airsoft lasers safe?
A: If used responsibly, you should have no problems. You can point them at the body but generally lasers in airsoft should be considered as novelty items or for use against non human targets. These lasers like any other beam emitting device are harmful if directly pointed at the eye so please use this product responsibly and do not shine the laser into the eyes of humans or animals. Doing so would cause harm. Also do not shine the laser into the air (at aircraft or at other vehicles in operation for that matter). This is illegal and punishable by law.