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For Sale: 5mW+ Green Laser with Constant ON/OFF!!

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New in lovely gift box, Panasonic batteries included too!

An ultra cool graphite-color powder coated aluminum Green Laser pen. Use to learn/teach other people the constellations or mount it to a scope as a finder that needs no neck craning.

Better idea yet: mount it to a cheap goto scope, slew to target, then click it on for a sec, and you and your friends big dobs can get 'free goto' by following the green line (appears to reach right to the target at night -- you can see the beam for what looks like 2 miles straight up), just pop your dob's telrad onto the beam and log dozens of Ms in one night.

There are others of these out there (for more money!), but this one is special because it has a constant click-on, click-off switch, not a momentary contact swtich (on only while your hand is on it). All the other green lasers out there basically take one of your hands out of commission. If you are going to mount this to a scope it is essential, especially as you need to have your hand off of it to get a shake free beam.

Anyway, all new. All yours for $139 shipped to your door.

I have 2 of these. One I'm keeping mounted to my little goto, the other is new in box for sale here.


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