This LDM GL100 focus laser/illuminator lets you hunt predators at night even in the coldest of temperatures. This cold-weather laser flashlight sports a large optical lens with a laser light beam that is visible up to five miles away. The focus laser is made to operate in sub-freezing temperatures, with innovative engineering and circuitry that enables the green laser to operate at temperatures as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit with no loss of power. The focus laser features a Rotary Optical Collimator that allows full adjustment and control of the beam diameter and intensity, to focus light where you need it most. Rotating the collimator ring to minimum creates a bright micro beam of green laser light visible up to 5 miles, ideal for illuminating a target when used as a laser sight. Rotating the collimator to more open setting provides plenty of illumination to light a trail at night or illuminate a target at up to 500 yards, making it a superb tactical flashlight.
The LDM GL100 makes an excellent source of illumination for hunting, fishing, marine, rescue, and EMS. With its highly visible green-light laser, the illuminator creates true night vision. The laser light can be mounted to a firearm and used as a laser illuminator and the included mounting system for 1" tubes provides full adjustment for windage and elevation for scope alignment. Additional mounts for binocular, spotting scopes, and weaver rails are included. With this powerful, easy to use green laser flashlight, you never have to take your eyes off the target or your hand off the trigger.
The LDM GL100 features low-energy use and high illumination yield, enabling you to focus full illumination where you need it most with the least loss of light due to "flooding". The LDM GL100 puts you in full control of directed laser-light for maximum illumination of the intended object. The high-power laser beam may be collimated down and concentrated to cast an intense, highly visible beam of light that can be seen miles away, useful for signaling for search and rescue operations. Also, adjust the beam to 10ft to light a path for vision at night. Green light is the most visible to the human eye and requires the least amount of eye adjustment at night.