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http://www.happy-digit.com/rifle_laser

So I found this page around the net and was wondering if anyone knew the company and whether the products were any good. Am looking for a nice green laser for a rifle, but haven't seen much at a good price other than what's on DX...
 

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So nobody got any idea where these lasers come from? I'm suprised...
 

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Well I see they are selling some name brand red dot scopes, saw a few by Walther (a German company that sells guns, scopes and air guns) so there lasers can't be that bad.
The fact that they take all orders through email and don't list prices makes me think it's a very small, possibly owned by a single person and most likely unreliable
Although I always have wanted a laser for my air rifle ;D
 

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last time i checked, a green laser mount for a gun isnt exactly a good idea. The back firing of the gun would most likely knock the crystal alignment off and stop the laser from working correctly.
 

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Why isn't it a good idea?  The military use them with fully blown fire arms, so I'm sure their will be some out there designed to withstand the shock of an air rifle...
 

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an air rifle would be fine. im just saying that unless its really good quality. its most likely to happen with a real gun
 

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VW said:
Why isn't it a good idea? The military use them with fully blown fire arms, so I'm sure their will be some out there designed to withstand the shock of an air rifle...
I don't think the military actually issues laser sights to anyone, can't think of why they wouldn't though, eye
damaging devices have been restricted, from use in war (world wide I think) maybe thats it :eek:
 

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Peoples_Elmo said:
[quote author=VW link=1210549917/0#4 date=1211249647]Why isn't it a good idea?  The military use them with fully blown fire arms, so I'm sure their will be some out there designed to withstand the shock of an air rifle...
I don't think the military actually issues laser sights to anyone, can't think of why they wouldn't though, eye
damaging devices have been restricted, from use in war (world wide I think) maybe thats it :eek:
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They'll certainly not use them in general combat or training, but surely there will be certain scenarios where the sights will be concidered for use.

The standard 5mW red lasers are designed for around 15 - 30 yards. The advantage with a green laser is that it increases your range to the 100 yard mark, maybe even further. For target shooting, this is a very nice tool to have as the average shooting distance would be around 100 yards with a good set up.

http://www.popguns.com/aimshot/greenlasers.htm

Most rifle lasers I've seen are actually made for combat rifles. The only outstanding one I've seen is this as obviously it has a high price, this company is claiming to have high quality. However it's just too much to spend and too much to risk on a market I know nothing about. Which is why I'm looking at a cheaper option, I thought someone might be able to try and guess what company makes their "lasers." The one on DX looks cool and for the price it is, you can't go wrong. But these look pretty cool, shame no one knows nothing about them...
 




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