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ICS Laser
[00303 / MC74]
$35.00 $31.50
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by J. DETRAGLIA verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 14 October, 2008
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For: ICS Laser
Product Information:
This laser is perfect. Screwed in nicely into my AE mp5a4 and no need to zero in. It's perfectly accurate looking down the iron sights. I was at a night game at Ghost Town in Bridgewater, MA and I had to wear a full face mask which obstructs my view. So all i needed to do at night was point the laser and shoot knowing the bbs are going where the laser is. I recommend getting this laser because it has a very strong beam!

Pros:
easy to install
fits right into mp5 (pretty sure most brands-ics for sure)
has a pressure switch
comes with batteries
powerful beam-can be seen during the day
full metal

Cons:
none thus far :)
by T. LEE Date Added: Tuesday 05 February, 2008
For: ICS Laser
WHAT THE FUK IS THE PERSON BELOW ME TALKING ABOUT
this laser is bad ass boy
its freakin soo bright that u can shine it up to 150 ft away at night and 80 feet in daylight
this laser has 3 points where u can adjust the aim and once u got this bad boy zeroed in it will freaking stay that way forever
and yes the only thing that the guy below me got correct was that this laser uses expensive battery and NO!! it does not dim out after a few seconds. it will stay on as long as u keep ur finger on the switch
awesome buy but u need to by a mount to actually use it efectly XD
by M. SMITH Date Added: Monday 24 December, 2007
For: ICS Laser
I thought that this light would be a good buy, but it's really horrible. It uses expensive batteries (the batteries it came with were dead) and it goes through the batteries way too quickly. When I turned on the laser, the light output was nice, but after holding the button down for 5 seconds, the light output quickly diminishes to the point where you can barely see the dot 5 feet away (I tried this with brand new batteries). If you let it "cool off" for a few seconds, it will be bright again, but only for a few seconds. The laser doesn't even have any height or wind correction adjustments. Feel free to try the laser out (at your own risk); who know maybe I got a really bad model, but if that's so, the company has no quality control.

I've had bad experiences with ICS and I've learned to avoid the company like the plague.
by M. FRISICARO Date Added: Monday 22 October, 2007
For: ICS Laser
We'll ICS should be called ICSUCK because theres a huuuge batch of these lasers that were sent out that have dead batteries. Mine was one of them and the local airsoft store also got a bad batch. When they work they're really good for the price, but you gotta add an extra 5 bucks for batteries.
by K. MILLS Date Added: Monday 21 May, 2007
For: ICS Laser
just got this today, the directions are not very good but it is easy enough to figure out, i haven't figured out how to sight it in yet but i only spent about 5 minutes on it. I put it inside the cocking tube of my AE MP5 and ran the wire through the hand guard. it comes with a hex wrench which is nice, and it also comes with little Velcro square. you stick one piece (it has a sticky back) on the gun where you want the button, the stick the other piece on the button then Velcro them together, very nice.

Oh and if you press the button and nothing happens take the batteries out and there will probably be a little circular piece of cardboard in the way not allowing the batteries to complete the circuit, just remove the cardboard and it will work

i recommend this because it i low price nice quality and fits in the cocking tube of the ICS/AE MP5
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