LaserLyte releases laser gun sight trainer for Walther Arms PPS M2

The system can operate as a laser sight or training laser depending on mode (Photo: LaserLyte)

The laser is fully adjustable, accommodating both windage and elevation adjustments. (Photo: LaserLyte)

Walther PPS fans are getting one more laser option as LaserLyte announced their Trigger Guard Laser Sight will now be available for Walther Arms PPS M2 and M1 handguns.

The TGL features a slim, snag-free design paired with LaserLyte’s bright red, Class III-A Master Module Laser. This laser is equipped with ambidextrous activation, windage and elevation adjustments as well as an exterior battery cap for swapping batteries without removing the whole system.

The laser also utilizes a built-in Gun Sight Trainer. This mode allows shooters to work on dry fire exercises and training at home without the need for live ammunition at the range. Each time the user pulls the trigger, a laser beam illuminates the location of the shot. Depressing the activation buttons for five seconds gets shooters into the mode while the trainer itself will automatically revert back to laser sight operation after five minutes in laser trainer mode.

Battery life hovers around five hours for constant-on and 10 hours in pulse mode.

In addition to the TGL and Gun Sight Trainer, LaserLyte is also including a universal rail mount laser body and hardware with the package. The universal rail mount allows the Gun Sight Trainer to be popped onto any pistol wth a Picatinny rail system.

LaserLyte’s Walther Arms package is available now and retails for $104.95