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ICS AN/PEQ2 LASER System with remote / Battery Box Unit
by Jacob V. Date Added: Wednesday 16 September, 2009
Similar to David S's experience, the laser batteries were -almost- dead. I was able to dial in and use the laser for about 2 minutes total of on-time. It took me a while to figure out how to open the box up and install the gun's battery, and I'll say it's extremely secure. In the rare event that one needs to swap batteries mid-game, though, forget about it. By loosening the laser itself I had just enough room to squeeze an intellect 10.8v 9-cell nun-chuck; the fit is tight enough that the laser unit is still held in place and the battery doesn't rattle around at all. The 9.6v nun-chuck or custom batteries are best suited to the box. The box itself is slightly slimmer than my cheap-o $20 one, and noticeably more rugged. The laser (when the batteries aren't dead) gets the job done and is fully adjustable, and this package includes a separate metal housing for it in case one decides to mount the laser by itself; as well as a dummy knob to replace the laser's spot on the box, for using the box by itself. What was missing is ICS's rail mount for this specific laser.

The bulk of the $60 price tag clearly went to the laser unit rather than the battery box, and for the two combined I think it's worth it - certainly more economical than buying the two separately. Would've liked for the independent laser mount to have been included, though.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
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