Laserlyte Laser for Hi-Point

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Laserlyte has released a laser for Hi-Point pistols. The laser comes with two housings to fit two pistol sizes. One housing to fit .380 and 9mm, while the second housing is for .40 S&W and .45acp. Battery life is 5 hours constant on or 10 hours on pulse mode.

Retail is set at $104.95.


Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

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  • Thracian Beast

    HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    • Thracian Beast

      BEAST: Hey Thrace!: SPQR ” What is your demand?” BEAST: Why can’t we post pictures here anymore??
      SPQR : “Because 1 ambush 2 time zones turned into a “I need a koala hug festival.”
      BEAST: Talk to the owner, but that shit was funny!

    • Thracian Beast

      Why in the name of +++++AIRSOFT LETHAL++++ would you post this ???

      • Thracian Beast

        They still wont let me post pics!

  • Mr T

    That is Almost as much as the gun costs………..

    • https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0DgjKMuxmo1shAyCUxzg5g lalahsghost

      Came here to say the same thing.

    • Thracian Beast

      Exactly why I found it hilarious ;]

    • Cymond

      That was probably everybody’s first thought.

      • FourString

        That and maybe that the Hi Point looks slightly less retarded with the laser attached

  • nick

    I think my homies would be more impressed if I dual wield two of them

  • Ron Fox

    From everything I hear about Hi-points, this is pretty much a useless item.

    • Sam Schifo

      They are actually fairly accurate due to their fixed barrel. Hi-Points also have a surprisingly good trigger and are extremely reliable. Yeah they’re ugly and bulky but considering what you pay for them overall they are good guns.

      • Stephen

        The Hi-points I have shot have not been reliable. The 2 gun stores I frequent won’t buy hi-points new or used because of the reliability issues.

        • Sam Schifo

          How were they unreliable? Were you having failures to feed, fire, extract? I would honestly like to know because I’ve never had any problems with mine.

          • dan citizen

            I have “worked” on a few of them as a gunsmith. Usually it was just cleaning, as cheap guns they get thrown under a car seat and ignored.

            Worse one I saw had soda spilled on it in a car center console, then had acquired a furry coating of lint, cigarette ash and even a couple goldfish crackers.

            That $60 gun shot as tight a group as my Springfield Armory.

        • JT

          I haven’t had experience with hi points, but the old 9mm carbine one of my buddies used to shoot had it’s trigger group fall apart. I prefer Hi-points philosophy to Kel-tec’s though. Basically, make cheap, ugly, guns that work as opposed to pretty guns that don’t.

          • abecido

            Where can I find these pretty Kel-Tecs? All the ones I’ve seen are as ugly as Hi-Points.

        • BryanS

          The stores are pretty foolish then, as the factory offers a lifetime warranty on those guns no matter how many times the firearm is transferred. If they got it in and it didnt work, then it is easily remedied.

    • Thracian Beast

      The 9mm carbine is a beast. Probably the best in their product line.

      • Zachary marrs

        On the hipoint 995 carbine, that thing is tougher than a mosin nagant, the only time ive had trouble with mine was putting underpowered handloads in it, even then it cycled 75% of the time. Id buy another, but my first one is still going strong, 13 years later

    • mosinman

      i love my Hi-point in .45
      i had mine jam a couple times….. because i didn’t clean much at all over 2 years
      they really shoot well if you can get the sights dialed in.

    • dan citizen

      A Hipoint is designed to shoot a bullet accurately, reliably, and as cheaply as possible.

      * They are insanely overbuilt.
      * Their fixed barrel produce better accuracy than most pistol shooters can use.

      They are ugly, but the bad guy who stops 230 grains of justice out of a hipoint will be just as dead as if he stopped it out of an HK45.

      • DiverEngrSL17K

        Dan, no-one could have said it better!

  • Stephen

    PRESS RELEASE!

    Laserlyte has released a laser for Hi-Point pistols. The laser comes with three housings to fit three Hi-Point pistol sizes, anvil, toolbox and boat anchor.

    😉

  • mosinman

    this is almost as much as a brand new Hi-point but this has to be step up from all the other lasers available for them

  • Zachary marrs

    Yo man, I got dem beemz on my looga

  • Dr. Daniel Jackson

    If you would have have saved that $150-$180 for the pistol and the $105 for the laser you might have been able to actually get a decent used handgun.

  • Tenacious221

    Polishing a turd?

  • chuck mosin

    They’re kiddin’, right? duct tape a flashlight.

  • dan citizen

    The hipoint is the Mosin Nagant of pistols.

    Accurate, reliable, cheap, insanely sturdy. People who can’t afford a Les Baer deserve protection too.

  • 1911a145acp

    So you can see where your round SHOULD have gone…….