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Laser Devices, Inc. Announces
the MMGL - Crew Served Weapon Light

This powerful device boasts 4000 lumens of intense white light for long range illumination

Laser Devices, Inc. Press Release - 2/7/2011

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MMGL, Medium Machine Gun Light

MMGL, Medium Machine Gun Light

MONTEREY, Ca. - Laser Devices, Inc. is please to announce the MMGL, Medium Machine Gun Light.

The NEW MMGL crew served light is ideal for vehicle mounted lightweight to medium machine guns. Designed with the latest HID technology, the MMGL provides soldiers with the ability to accurately identify targets up to 800 meters in low-light and no-light conditions.

This powerful device boasts 4000 lumens of intense white light for long range illumination. Additional features include an optional <200mW infrared illuminator, multiple cable and power options, IR filter cap, Spade Grip Controller and OGPK mount.

Manufactured from rugged MIL-SPEC Type III hardcoat anodized aluminum, the MMGL meets MID-STD-810G for adverse environmental conditions, can withstand the shock and stresses of recoil, and is waterproof to 10 meters. Multiple package options are available.

This product is governed by FDA and ITAR regulations. Sale is restricted to authorized military and law enforcement agencies.

About Laser Devices, Inc.

Laser Devices, Inc. specializes in the design and manufacture of sophisticated electro-optical devices for firearms. Founded in 1979, Laser Devices is known for its state-of-the-art visible and infrared laser aiming devices, handheld and weapon-mounted tactical lights and small arms training systems used by Military, Law Enforcement and Special Forces personnel worldwide. The company is located in Monterey, California where 100% of its products are designed and manufactured in its 30,000 square foot facility. Laser Devices holds a number of U.S. patents and maintains an ISO 9001:2008 Certified QMS.

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