Venomous: LaserLyte North American Arms Black Widow Revolver

laserlyte_venom_north_american_arms_black_widow_22_magnum_revolver_FBuilt specifically for the .22 Magnum North American Arms Black WidowLaserLyte's Venom laser attaches to the micro-sized revolver by detaching the existing cylinder pin and inserting the Venom laser.

With a weight of just over half an ounce and a length of less than two inches, the Venom laser is compact and increases accuracy while adding little bulk to the single-action revolver. The Venom laser has a fixed point-of-aim and requires no sighting in.

The small laser has three modes of operation: constant on, pulse mode and an auto-off after 6 minutes. The battery life of the LaserLyte Venom is five hours in the "constant on" mode and 10 hours in pulse mode.

Find out how the LaserLyte Venom performs with the North American Arms Black Widow at the range in this segment of Guns & Ammo TV on the Sportsman Channel, airing Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET.



The LaserLyte Venom features a simple design for easy use with the Black Widow. The laser attaches to the micro-sized revolver by simply twisting out the existing cylinder pin and twisting in the LaserLyte integrated laser and cylinder pin configuration.
Although the Black Widow sports traditional fixed sights, some still have difficulty acquiring the target. The Venom provides a simple alternative to the Black Widow's fixed sights.
An accessible button on the bottom of the LaserLyte Venom activates the laser. The Venom features three modes of operation: constant on, pulse mode and an auto-off after 6 minutes.
An evolution of North American Arms popular .22 Magnum frame series, the Black Widow is a nifty little pocket revolver. The addition of the LaserLyte Venom gives the diminutive revolver an accuracy boost without unnecessarily increasing weight.

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