Here's a like new laser that i opened but never used. This laser is tiny and has good reviews. It's only for the Hi-Point .40 S&W and .45 ACP pistols.
Pic of it next to a 9mm round.
Stock image of it mounted
Email me if you want it. $45 + shipping.
Q: What guns will the ADP-HIPT-140 fit?
A: The ADP-HIPT-140 will only work on the Hi-Point .40 S&W and .45 ACP pistols.
Q: What lasers will fit on the ADP-HIPT-140?
A: The ONLY laser that will work with the ADP-HIPT-140 is the laser that is included with LaserLytes HPT-0650-140. The WL-1 FlashLyte will also work within the Hi-Point adapter.
Q: Why do I need this adapter for my Hi-Point Pistol?
A: The ADP-HIPT-140 is needed because the rail system on Hi-Point pistols is proprietary to Hi-Point and is too short to mount a laser. Our adapter will attach to the Hi-Point rail and create a Picatinny/ Weaver style rail system.
Q: How does the ADP-HIPT-140 stay in place?
A: The adapter has two screws that keep it in place. There is one screw that tightens onto the rail system of the pistol and another screw that tightens at the bottom of the adapter to hold the laser.
Q: How do you turn on the HPT-0650-140?
A: The HPT-0650-140 comes with the ambidextrous slide switch that attaches to the back of the laser body. You simply slide the switch to the right or left and the laser will turn on. To turn off, simply slide the switch back to the center position.
Q: What kind of batteries does the HPT-0650-140 use?
A: The HPT-0650-140 uses 3 A76 batteries, which are also known as LR-44 or AG13 batteries.
Q: Where are the batteries located and how do you change them?
A: The batteries are located inside the round laser body. To change the batteries you simply unscrew the activation slide switch and slide the batteries out. To replace the batteries simply slide them back into the laser body and screw back on the activation slide switch.
Q: How long is the battery life for the HPT-0650-140?
A: The batteries will have a life of approximately 1.5 hours continuously. If not used continuously, they will have a much longer life.
Q: Where can these batteries be purchase?
A: These batteries are standard camera/watch batteries that you can find at your local Wal-Mart, Radio Shack, a local Drug Store, or any where else that carries these kind of batteries. A 12 pack can also be purchased on Laserlytes website for $12 plus shipping.
Would like to say I have this product, and it's VERY bright! It's much brighter than the BeamShot that I have on my carbine. Why the laser for the pistol is better/brighter than the one for the carbine is a mystery to me.