Ohhunt 5mW Powerful Tactical Green Laser Sight Scope Set 200 Lumen LED Flashlight Combo With Remote

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https://goo.gl/B1MGsL Ohhunt 5mW Powerful Tactical Green Laser Sight Scope Set 200 Lumen LED Flashlight Combo With Remote Pressure Switch

Item specifics

Brand Name: ohhunt
Output Power: 1-5mW
Type: Laser Sight
Model Number: Green Laser LED Flashlight Combo
Type: Green Laser LED Flashlight Combo
Material: Aluminum
Switch Operating Type: Push-button on/off and Remote Pressur Switch
Laser Output Power: 5mW
Flashlight Output Power: 200Lumen
Rail Type: Dovetail/Picatinny Weaver
Laser Battery Type: CR2 (Not included)
Flashlight Battery Type: CR123A (Not included)
Weight with Battery: 240g
Country of origin: China

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