Mycro Rail Mount Red Laser

Precision Aiming Assistance

Mycro Rail Mount Red Laser

Precision Aiming Assistance

When choosing a weapon laser sight, you need it to be accurate and well-built without breaking the bank or adding unnecessary bulk and weight that could affect handling and operation. This was the challenge that iPROTEC aimed to address when designing the MYCRO™ Rail Mount Sightable Red Laser (RMSRL), as we believe that accuracy and precision should be both affordable and reliable, with a minimalist design.

Engineered to excel in aiming precision while maintaining ease of handling, this compact red laser sight offers ambidextrous control with two modes – a Day Mode for bright conditions and a Night Mode for low-light or close-range scenarios. Constructed from durable PA66 nylon, it is both lightweight and durable, fitting most handguns with rails and compatible with Picatinny and Weaver mount accessory rails for rifle applications. It installs securely in seconds, providing easy access to elevation and windage adjustments. Powered by a USB-C rechargeable lithium-polymer battery, it can be recharged in about two hours without the hassle of detaching it.

Green vs Red Laser Sights

Modern laser sights come in two primary colors: green and red. Each color presents its own advantages and disadvantages, which should be carefully considered alongside personal preference because you may find that your eyes respond best to one over the other. Generally, green lasers tend to be more expensive than their red counterparts. Red lasers have been more widely available in the market for a longer time, so they are less expensive to produce. Green light has a shorter wavelength and therefore higher energy which makes the manufacturing of its components more expensive. A green laser tends to be brighter than a red laser at full power, making them advantageous for users who require rapid target acquisition in bright daylight conditions. However, in dim or low-light situations, both colors perform well, and some users even favor a red light at night. If the brightness of the green laser in low-light scenarios is too intense, users can simply switch to night mode, which reduces output with extended battery life.

The case for a green laser: If you are seeking the best all-around performance, maximum brightness in daytime conditions and good visibility in dim or nighttime conditions with a bit more budget to spend, then opt for a green laser.

The case for a red laser: If you are less concerned with daytime use, and would like to save some money, then the red laser should suit you well. Red lasers tend to be favored in low-light or nighttime conditions. It is still just as accurate as a green laser, but since they are less expensive to produce, they are more affordable making them a great entry-level option.

NOW $34.99


• USB-C Rechargeable
• Sight Color: Red
• Adjustable Windage and Elevation
• 2 Modes: High (Day), Low (Night)
• Rubber armored aluminum housing


• Ambidextrous dual-button operation

• Fits Picatinny and Weaver rails


• Hex wrench
• USB-C charging cable


• 3.7V, 100mAh, 0.37Wh Lithium Polymer battery included


• 0.05 lb.
• (L) 1.76” x (W) 1.34” x (H) 0.85”

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Mycro Rail Mount Red Laser

Precision Aiming Assistance

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