LaserLyte® and Bersa® team up again to offer the Bersa Thunder .380 with matte blue finish and the LaserLyte Bersa laser CK-MS in a custom Bersa black Bulldog case with a contrasting red zipper. Included in this phenomenal package is also a Bulldog inside-the-pocket holster with the Bersa logo.
LaserLyte® CK-MS lasers are made from a durable, glass-filled nylon making the laser lighter and absolutely corrosion proof. The batteries now used in the CK-MS are two A76 batteries, again, less batteries also keeps the unit lighter.
LaserLyte CK-MS Features include:
– Quick-mount Ambidextrous, ergonomic switch
– Programmable laser, constant or pulse mode
The Bersa .380 Thunder is Bersa’s best-selling model, easily appreciated for its accuracy, reliability, versatility all built on a lightweight, compact design. Now the two most popular brands for concealed carry pistols and pistol lasers are together in one convenient package for only $420.00.
LaserLyte® CK-MS Specifications:
Compatible Firearms: Bersa® Thunder .380
Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw
Laser module: 650nm
Batteries: two A76 batteries
Battery Life: 5 hrs. constant on, 10 hrs. pulse mode (normal usage*)
Weight: .77 ounces/24.00 grams
Length: 2.25 inches/57.24 mm
Width: .69 inches/17.64mm
Height: 1.54 inches/39.22mm
Range at Night: 500 yd., 457.2 m
*Normal usage is defined as one minute on and one minute off. This test mimics actual usage where the unit is turned on and off and the battery is given time to automatically regenerate.
Bersa® .380 Thunder Matte Black Specifications:
Capacity: 7 + 1
Barrel Length: 3.5”
Weight: 20 oz.
LaserLyte CK-MS Bersa Thunder Package:
Part Number: T380MLLKIT
Retail Price: $420.00
The Bersa CK-MS Package is now shipping to distributors across the country. Check with your favorite dealer to order. For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com and check us out on Facebook. To find out more about Bersa, visit Bersa.com.
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by Tactical-Life / May 30, 2012