ArmaLaser

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ArmaLaser

Postby PCBandit » Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:14 pm

Ok, hello all, Been luking about the forum for a little while now and thought I'd register and let you guys in on a sale I just found out about. Ordered my cpx2 and will pick it up on 15th. Can't say enough about the features of this gun. Well, I was in conversation with Armalaser, contemplating whether or not to get one. I read some posts here about "old school" fellas and that's cool. But I started a chat with them ( Armalaser) about a possible Black Friday special? Well I just got a confirmation from Cyndie that their one day Black Friday price is going to be.... wait for it .... wait for it.... 89.00$ Great price! Here is the chat: Just thought I would chime in.


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11/12/2014 12:49:36 PM I found out that we will have a Black Friday Special. $89 no shipping. That day only.
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby getvicious » Thu Nov 13, 2014 12:35 am

Howdy and welcome from NC. Let us know how you like your pistol with the laser after you get a chance to shoot it.
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby MtnMama » Mon Nov 24, 2014 5:43 pm

I bought the TR10 for my SCCY with a discount coupon that was included in the box when I bought it. . . 30% off the MSRP made it $97.20.

Took all of 5 minutes to put it on. :) I have to say I'm impressed. It was already calibrated to the front sight on the CPX and no further modifications were needed. It's "spot on" (pardon the play on words).
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby johni37 » Tue Dec 02, 2014 12:23 pm

Good to no. Been looking at the tr10.


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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby Nogg » Sat Dec 06, 2014 10:46 am

I had to move my laser a bit .. but it was no big deal.. and it shoots good.. several hundred rds thru it and it it still "on".. thats all i care about
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby ron37388 » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:51 pm

I have the TR10 also. It's a good addition for accuracy. I think they should have put the activation sleeves on the bottom instead of the front. Your finger will always touch the bottom of the guard but not always the front. Aside from that I like it. The battery last a long time.
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby jimc3165 » Mon Dec 22, 2014 6:03 pm

I just bought a CPX1 for my wife and she really wanted a laser sight The gun store added it to my purchase and the first time at the range it took 1 small adjustment to get it on target. The only problem was that it was slow to come on I emailed armalaser and they offered to send me a new one that was more sensitive and a label to return the old one. I'm very pleased with the service so far and the wife loves the gun. So win win for me.
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby getvicious » Tue Dec 23, 2014 12:16 am

jimc3165 wrote:I just bought a CPX1 for my wife and she really wanted a laser sight The gun store added it to my purchase and the first time at the range it took 1 small adjustment to get it on target. The only problem was that it was slow to come on I emailed armalaser and they offered to send me a new one that was more sensitive and a label to return the old one. I'm very pleased with the service so far and the wife loves the gun. So win win for me.

Howdy and welcome from NC. Good to hear your wife likes her CPX and the laser folks are taking care of your issue.
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby tom47 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 6:55 pm

You will like the TR-10 operation. I considered removing it from mine since it eats up a lot of trigger guard space and this is critical if you have large fingers.

But I like the ease of use so much, I learned to place the my shooting finger quickly into position. I leave the main switch on all the time since this is my primary carry pistol.

I got mine from Optics Planet earlier this year for less than $80.00. Their current price is $125.49 so it sounds like you can do much better than that elsewhere.
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Re: ArmaLaser

Postby ualpow » Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:32 pm

I also have the "fat finger" syndrom. I might try sanding down the inside of the TR10 to make more room for my finger. Has anyone tried this?
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