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Was parusing thru Wally World looking for aprearantly non exsisting Rem Gold Bullet .22's and found a BSA laser sight for $20. I was wanting something to put on the Walther P22 to practice dry firing with (I put a piece of foam ear plug tween the hammer and fireing pin) to check my trigger pull. Well if ya got a lazer on your gun,you might as well shoot it. So the SIL and I tried it out on some map CD's and this thing is neat. Zero'd in quick and easy and is a pretty fun lil gizmo. Held aim for 300+ rounds. It has the pressure switch included but didn't mount it on the gun as the button on the lazer is close to your weak hand. Also comes with a Weaver mount base that could be fitted on a bow or something or other. The fit on the gun isn't as neat and compact as the lazer made for the P22 but for $100 less it is just fine.
 

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Good to hear you found something inexpensive that works for you ;D

Typically you get what you pay for, but in the lasers If they have a solid mount, and are adjustable, almost any of them will work good.

I'm having a problem finding a holster for my Ruger Mark III hunter with the red dot sight on it. Seems most holster mfg's don't make holsters for guns with scopes or lasers. Exception being my Kel-Tec .380. Found a great pocket holster for it that was made for a different pistol but accommodates the laser. Leaves no print of the gun in my pocket. ;) ;D
 

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I know what ya mean on getting what you pay for, espically on sights/optics. I figgured that if it goes TU in a week it'll show me if I'm pulling on the trigger wrong.

My holster for the P22 is a $5 Airsoft pistol holster for one of their air guns that fits the lil Walther like a glove.....er that is till the lazer went on. Still I think it's a pretty good training tool.
 
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