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I could use a hand with a ID of this...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Cwlongshot, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. Cwlongshot

    Cwlongshot

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    May 31, 2011
    Connecticut
    Hello guys,
    I'm tring to ID the manufacturer of this product.

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    I have had this laser for years and years. It has never worked and I stuck it away and recie fly re discovered it. Well new batteries did not do it, but during assembly the laser blipped on and off a couple times. Not like a short, it happened as I installed batteries and screwed housing together.

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    I removed the switch and tested it for continuity. None... That means the compression switch, wire or wire connections are bad... My first stab at problem found it, solder on wires to compression switch broke. I re soldered and will cover with heat shrink. It now works, but I would like some more info from manufacturer.

    BTW, I know it fits a GLOCK trigger housing.

    Thanks guys,
    CW
     
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2012
  2. tacticalG23

    tacticalG23 Darkside Member

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    Sep 27, 2007
    Pennsylvania
    Did a quick search of "Universal trigger guard laser" found a bunch of similar but nothing exact, ranging from NCStar to Laserlyte. If it's got some age to it could be a previous gen model, good luck with the hunt!
     


  3. Cwlongshot

    Cwlongshot

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    May 31, 2011
    Connecticut
    Thank you!!

    I am going to say its at least 10 years old...

    CW