LaserLyte Venom Laser for NAA .22 Magnum Mini Pistols

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LaserLyte has developed a tiny laser for North American Arms’ tiny Black Widow and Mini Master .22 LR and .22 Magnum revolvers.

From the press release …

The VENOM quickly and easily mounts by simply twisting out the existing cylinder pin and twist in the new LaserLyte integrated laser and cylinder pin configuration. The VENOM integrated laser holds the tiny 4×377 batteries, the switch and laser all in one compact package (less than two inches). The VENOM adds very little bulk to the gun, yet provides the user with the gained confidence of aiming accuracy. No sighting in is required with the VENOM due to the fixed-point-of-aim provided at the LaserLyte factory.

The minuscule circuitry within the LaserLyte VENOM laser holds a programmable laser with: constant on, pulse mode and an auto-off after 6 minutes. The battery life is five hours* in constant on and ten hours* in the pulse mode.

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  • http://flamedeleted إبليس

    I like the logo.

  • Jeff

    Where can I buy this laser for my North American….?

  • Tyson Chandler

    Personally…I am impressed…that thing is tiny!

  • Cymond

    Ok, that’s pretty impressive. The previous NAA laser was a joke, but this actually seems like a decent idea.

    MSRP $159.95 per laserlyte.com/products/naa-venom

  • gunslinger

    kinda neat in terms of the compact design. but practicality for a 4? shot .22?

    starts to remind me of this: http://www.gunandgame.com/forums/attachments/humor-forum/54705d1348906548-home-defence-tactical-derringer.jpg

  • Sid

    As a proud veteran of the 7th Infantry Division (Light), I would love to have the handgun.

    Could probably justify the purchase if claiming I was going to teach my wife to shoot with it.

  • JayT

    I’ve got a NAA Black Widow (gun pictured) with the folding holster grip. It’s a great deep cover piece that I can even carry when wearing shorts or a bathing suit. Loaded with 5 – .22 WMR rounds. From the photo, I can see that it wouldn’t interfere with the grip and from experience, a laser can be an intimidating factor. Very interested.

    • noob

      hmm. would you practice laser hip shooting more than 50% of the time? or would you drill for using the laser to get on sights more than 50% of the time?

  • Mike Knox

    Every time I see an NAA revolver, I suddenly think of women’s linginere..

    • noob

      wait, is there such a thing as men’s linginere?

      • Mike Knox

        Lingerie means pyjamas right?

    • Partizan1942

      A reference to size of equipment maybe? ;)

      • Mike Knox

        Something about Safety..

  • RANDY

    THINK WHAT YOU WANT….I HAVE AN NAA 22 MAG PISTOL, AND I CALL IT MY “LAST CHANCE” GUN. IT SHOOTS GREAT AND IS DEADLY….I’VE SHOT SNAKES WITH DEADLY ACCURACY. I’LL ALWAYS BE GLAD TO HAVE SUCH STRENGTH IN MY POCKET “JUST IN CASE”. I WILL BE PURCHASING THE LASER THIS AFTERNOON.

  • nathan hale

    The pistol is soooo cute. That is until you start shooting it. Using Gold Dot self defense ammo, I turned heads on the range when they heard the canon going off and saw the huge fireball out the corner of their eye. It was amazing to see the look on their faces when they actually saw what created that boom/flash. With open sights I can hit the bull at 21 feet 5 out of 5 shots. If the potential rapist was withing a foot or so of my wife, if the well placed round didn’t kill him she would probably burn off his eyebrows. for my wife who wears pretty tight clothing hiding a gun can be difficult.
    I’m just interested in the laser not for aiming purposes but as an escalation of force tool. put the red dot on anyone and it will make them think twice. The idea is not to have to shoot. If the laser doesn’t deter the threat, it helps with aim. With dark sunglasses on a siloueted target, the black sights are hard to see. Not sure if it is that useful in low-light either.