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Crimson Trace MVF-515™RED FOR AR-15 / M16 RIFLES
Fits AR-15 / M16 / M4 type long guns with Picatinny 1913 (or similar) rails
150/200-Lumen LED Tactical Light | Red Laser Panel | Aircraft Aluminum Tang w/Overmold
Laser Sight for AR-15/M16
Modular Vertical Foregrip - AR-15 RED Laser Light Combo
Fits: Picatinny 1913 or similar accessory rails measuring at least 4" in length
RED LASER MODULAR VERTICAL FOREGRIP FOR AR STYLE LONG RIFLES
Crimson Trace® presents the MVF-515 Red; a revolutionary, patent-pending concept that combines three tactical tools for your AR style rifle into a single modular package. With a rock-solid 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum hard-anodized tang as the foundation of the foregrip, the unit also features a red laser sight and a 150/200 Lumen-LED light module.
The laser and light are instinctively activated as you hold the weapon, and activation switches are ambidextrous. This allows operators to select the light or the laser individually or simultaneously. Both laser and light functions are programmable with three illumination modes to select from including: independent momentary, strobe or constant beam. A master on/off switch permits complete shutdown of either laser or light.
Being a modular unit, users may separately purchase a green laser module for direct replacement. The MVF-515 Red won the 2010 Academy of Excellence Award for “Self-Defense Product of the Year”.
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||Instinctive Activation; Ambidextrous Dual-Side Activation Switches|
||Rugged Hard Polymer Grip Panels w/ Hard Anodized 6061-T6 Aircraft Aluminum Tang|
||Both Windage and Elevation|
||3 Years Complete|
|Master On/Off Switch
||Yes - 3 activation modes on each panel|
||5mw peak, 520-540nm, class 3R laser.|
||Replaceable, 150/200-Lumen LED white light module (rotate to select intensity)|
||Approximately 0.5" diameter at 50 feet.|
||Two CR123 lithium batteries|
As A Training Tool, Lasergrips Pinpoint Problems
Six reasons why laser sights are great for training
True marksmanship is a perishable skill. The only way to become good at it is to shoot a lot, and the only way to stay good at it is to shoot even more. That means training at your local range as often as you’re able.
Now if you think we’re about to advocate training only with Lasergrips, you’d be mistaken. Because the fact of the matter is, we believe it’s best to cross-train with open sights and laser sights, maintaining proficiency with both. It’s worth noting, though, that a lack of training time in general can be offset by the performance characteristics of Lasergrips in particular. The idea is simple enough: Just project a dot onto the target.
Following are six solid reasons for training with Lasergrips:
Faster Training Results
1.) Laser sights offer unique advantages for trainers and students. Useful and under-utilized, laser sights make the education process faster and more effective, because the visible laser beam helps trainers make their point with greater clarity. Likewise, students can see precisely how they’re doing in real time. The learning curve is shortened for shooting with our laser sights, because muscle memory lessons are being taught at a rapid pace. Forget about looking at charts to determine how the student is doing. The results are instantly and abundantly clear
Enhanced Trigger Control
2.) This is probably the most significant advantage of training with Lasergrips. From the instructor’s point of view, laser sights are optimal for diagnosing and correcting trigger control issues. They put a visible dot on the target that clearly shows students and trainers the consequences of each and every improper movement. Errors are fully illustrated and corrections are immediately obvious. This permits the student to self-correct.
Sight Alignment Made Simple
3.) Many training experts consider this to be the second most important benefit of training with laser sights. Lasergrips help students learn the concept of Sight Picture, because lasers show precisely where the muzzle is aimed. (Often, it’s not where the student thought!) Here’s a simple exercise that demonstrates the point: Have the student present the gun, raise it to eye level, and then start to establish a sight picture. The trainer puts a finger over the laser to block the beam. When the student feels he has a sight picture, the trainer removes his finger. If the laser is off target, his sight picture is incorrect.
4.) Few things are more frustrating than missing the target badly. Conversely, few things are more satisfying than knowing that you’re “on it.” A laser sight provides an instant pat on the back for the student whose confidence was wavering, revealing for all to see that the training is bearing fruit, that the student is making good progress.
Instinctive Way To Learn
5.) Guns are machines. Gun owners are human beings, complete with sensation and perception characteristics that involve muscles, nerves and neural function. Learning to shoot with a laser sight is arguably easier than with open sights, because the instinctive activation of the laser is much more in line with the way the human body functions. All attention goes to putting the red dot on the target, not on the process of aligning the rear sight and the front sight with the target.
Dry Firing Practice Makes Perfect
6.) This one applies primarily to more advanced students seeking to learn sophisticated tactics and alternative sighting techniques. We’re talking about lasering from awkward and unnatural positions. Or lasering around corners without aligning your body behind the weapon. Or “periscoping” over the top of obstacles. On the other hand, even rookies can benefit by dry firing practice that demonstrates how trigger pull can affect shot placement.