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.....I'm wondering if anybody has ever use a LaserLyte on their BERSA Thunder 380 Plus.
It looks like its really made well & gets good reviews.
I thought about a Crimson Trace,but they are so much more expensive..
I understand that I will have to get a special holster for it..
..... Thanks !
 

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.....Anybody out there like to give your input...Greatly Apprciated... ;)
 

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Well, Tony, looks like that's going to be up to you. If you go ahead with the Laser Light, make sure to post a review.
 

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.....I'm wondering if anybody has ever use a LaserLyte on their BERSA Thunder 380 Plus.
It looks like its really made well & gets good reviews.
I thought about a Crimson Trace,but they are so much more expensive..
I understand that I will have to get a special holster for it..
..... Thanks !
Naw, I tried one of those laser sights but didn't like it and it is hard enough to find a high quality holster for a Bersa Thunder .380 with out a laser sight....
 

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Any luck on your search for info on a LaserLyte ???? With the cost of ammo going up fast I may need another toy to play with on the range.

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I got one included with my 380 i bought last weekend but I havent had the chance to try it out yet. when I do, I will let you know what I think.
 

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....I just ordered it last night.
Now I gotta find a holster to fit it.
I know they are available.... ;)
 

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Ok laserlyte says that
Compatible Holsters: Blackhawk Size 7 & Uncle Mike's Size 15 My self I wouldn't waste any $ on uncle Mike not sure about Blackhawk .

Might get a custom holster maker to make you one .


By way their laser fits all 22 32 and 380 Thunders except the CC . Also might not fit the new combat as that has more rounded trigger guard .

Did you all Know was a special run of 32acp BersaThunders only 1000 made and shipped to America.
 

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I have a couple of Uncle Mikes holsters. They are not heavy duty for daily carry. They do work well to keep the gun from getting scratched and they do cover the trigger guard for safety. They take less space than a gun rug.
Protechoutdoors advertises a heavier duty nylon holster for laser equipted guns. I don't have one of these, but I have some of their other products. They are better made than U.M. holsters. Unfortunately they have the magazine holder built in, useless unless I want to wear it crossdraw.(Prior experience with mag holder holster.) YMMV Heres their page that lists them. Laser Holster - Protech Outdoors Gun Holsters
 

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Not for a Bersa, but I just bought a used Ruger LCP 380 and it had a LaserLyte on it already. Looks like a good unit and I still have to go and zero it, but at home, on the wall it looks OK. And I got a regular Uncle Mike's $12 pocket holster that works fine w/laser attached.
 

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Not for a Bersa, but I just bought a used Ruger LCP 380 and it had a LaserLyte on it already. Looks like a good unit and I still have to go and zero it, but at home, on the wall it looks OK. And I got a regular Uncle Mike's $12 pocket holster that works fine w/laser attached.
For a long time I was not in favor of using a Laserlyte since it bounced after you fired the gun and had to paint the target again before shooting again, however I just saw a youtube video where the shooter drew a head to the side of the target of a human image and said it was a BG hiding behind a family member. He painted the BGs head 5 times and hit the sucker all 5 times. I now believe with practice a laserlyte on your gun is an added tool to protect your family and yourself.

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I found that with the Laserlyte on my S.H.T.F. sidearm, that when setting the adjustments, always apply a little back pressure* to the Allen-head nut. After I learned to do that, I've never had mine change the zero.
* Just back pressure, not really turn.
 

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For a long time I was not in favor of using a Laserlyte since it bounced after you fired the gun and had to paint the target again before shooting again ...
You mean there is a laser that doesn't bounce?! I usually am amused by all the Tacti-cool guys who shoot at the same indoor range I use. They set out their target and turn on the laser. First shot and it looks like a light show with that red dot bouncing all over the ceiling and targets and just about everything. ;) I really don't think they expect it. They don't realize how a shot amplifies the movement, much to my amusement. Oh well, I guess I'll be "that guy" when I get this LCP and LaserLyte combo back at the range. At least I'll be expectin' it!!! :rolleyes:
 
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