LaserMax Guide Rod Mounted Red Laser Sight for the SiG SAUER P220 Semiauto Handgun Chambered in .45 ACP.

LaserMax
SKU: LX2201 MFR: LMS2201
Made in USA

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About LaserMax

• Please Note: If any firearm has been ported, fluted or compensated either by the original manufacturer or by a gunsmith, LaserMax will NOT guarantee alignment. Custom alignment quotes for firearms may be obtained by calling LaserMax.

LaserMax Features

  • For the SiGARMS P220 .45 ACP
  • Battery Model: LMS-392, readily available silver oxide batteries commonly used in watches.
  • Accuracy (20 Yards): ±2" POA
  • Laser Operating Temperature: 15°-120° F
  • Wavelength: 635nm (red-orange)
  • Power Output: 5mW (brightest available - blinks for highest visibility)
  • Spot size: at 7 yds. - 5/16", spot size at 25 yds. - 3/4".
  • Export of this product outside of the United States of America is not allowed and is controlled by the US Department of State
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Shopper  What if the barrel is loose do it need to be tighten?
ERNEST W  The guide rod and barrel are separate and distinct also the barrel on a sig is free floating so it should not cause you any problems with the laser. The laser replaces your guide rod. If your barrel is loose with the slide all the way forward you may want to check with a gunsmith because that would not be normal. The barrel should float only with slide all the way back. The laser has been great and I have been very happy owning it.
Shopper  What if the barrel is loose do it need to be tighten?
ERNEST W  The guide rod and barrel are separate and distinct also the barrel on a sig is free floating so it should not cause you any problems with the laser. The laser replaces your guide rod. If your barrel is loose with the slide all the way forward you may want to check with a gunsmith because that would not be normal. The barrel should float only with slide all the way back. The laser has been great and I have been very happy owning it.
Shopper  What if the barrel is loose do it need to be tighten?
ERNEST W  The guide rod and barrel are separate and distinct also the barrel on a sig is free floating so it should not cause you any problems with the laser. The laser replaces your guide rod. If your barrel is loose with the slide all the way forward you may want to check with a gunsmith because that would not be normal. The barrel should float only with slide all the way back. The laser has been great and I have been very happy owning it.
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