Feb 9, 2012

LaserLyte: Final

The mystery package from LaserLyte arrived today.

It held:
- my rear sight laser, in a bag with a sticker printed "Personally tested and inspected by: Elizabeth".
- installation tools for said sight
- installation instructions
- a twelve-pack of spare batteries
- a letter, which reads:
Dear ZerCool,
Thank you for your continued business. We received your return. You indicated that your Rear Sight Laser (RL-MP) was not working properly. We replaced the PC Board and laser module. After thorough testing we are returning you RL-MP in working order. I have attached our sight in and reset procedure for the Rear Sight Laser. I have also enclosed the programming instructions*.

I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I may be of any further assistance.

Since there is no way in hell the RSL is going back on the gun, I now have an RSL with lots of extra batteries available. If anyone wants to try it out, I'd be happy to arrange a deal. Cheap. Very cheap. I won't recommend it for carry/duty use, but it might be a good range tool.

I make no guarantees, though.

I really can't decide what to make of LaserLyte and this mess. One failure? It can happen, and they handled it well. A second failure makes me question the product, as noted before.

So - anyone with a S&W M&P want to try the rear sight laser arrangement? (Uncle, AGirl, Robb, I know you all have M&Ps...)

* - programming instructions? I have to assume she meant "re-zeroing instructions".


Old NFO said...


Old NFO said...


I think he just got an M&P, and he does a lot of testing/teaching

Bubblehead Les. said...

Didn't Tam just get an M+P?