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Law-17 lasers for Glock 27

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by makhshev, Jan 11, 2010.


  1. makhshev

    makhshev
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    I was wandering if anyone has had to change the battery in your laser system yet? I have a glock 27 with a law-17 and the battery needs to be replaced. I am unable to get in contact with S.K. Industries. I call, email, and the guy I bought the gun from even took the gun to his shop to find it vacant.
    I don't know what to do, just want to get it fixed.
    Thank you for any help,
    Ron
     
  2. MarcusT

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    This might not help if you don't have the charging adapter and can't get in touch with the manufacturer.If all else fails you may be able to take it to a battery store and they could probably make you a custom battery for it.

    http://www.law-17.com/instructions.html


    The Battery
    When the laser is bright for a moment then goes dim, it means the battery needs to be recharged. Do not de-charge the battery! Use a 9 volt alkaline battery with the charging adapter suppled with your laser. Plug the adapter into the charging port at the bottom of the forearm ( se illus.). Do not activate the laser while charging! Remove adapter after five minutes. Ten Minutes maximum A good Battery will provide several recharges. If your battery fails to take or hold a charge, return the frame to the Factory. Do not attempt to change battery yourself.
     

    #2 MarcusT, Jan 11, 2010
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  3. makhshev

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    I have everything for the system including the charger. The battery does not hold a charge anymore and needs to be replaced. Don't know how to change the battery but looking for someone that can or knows how.
    Any help is appreciated