Beamshot Laser Pointers

The Beamshot 1000 are a series of simple laser modules, which gained popularity with the IDF SF in the 2000's. While the Beamshot laser modules are less rigid and advanced than ITL and Insight laser pointers, they are an affordable and lightweight alternative. In recent years most Beamshot modules were replaced by multifunction sights such as the ITL MARS and Meprolight MOR as well as by Insight laser pointers.

IDF M4A1 fitted with Trijicon TriPower, a forward, a rail system and a Beamshot laser module.

 

IDF SF M4A1 fitted with a Trijicon ACOG 4x32, a forward folding grip, a rail system and a Beamshot laser module.

 

PALSAR 401 operators during fire range training. The operator in the foreground is armed with a M4A1 fitted with a Meprolight Mepro 21, a flip-up sight, a folding forward grip, a rail system, a flashlight and a Beamshot laser module.

 

YAHALOM operator during training armed with a M4A1 fitted with Trijicon ACOG 4x32, a stock, a rail system, a forward grip, a flashlight, a Beamshot laser module and a NVD adapter.

 

YAHALOM operator during extreme weather training firing a Mini Uzi. The operator is also armed with Glock handgun in a thigh holster and a M4A1 fitted with Trijicon ACOG 4x32, a stock, a rail system, a forward grip, a flashlight, a Beamshot laser module, and a NVD adapter.

 

YAHALOM operators in full gear prior to deployment in the Territories. Left operator is armed with a handgun in a thigh holster and a M4A1 fitted with a Trijicon ACOG 4x32, a flashlight, a rail system, a forward grip and a Beamshot laser module; middle operator armed with a M4A1 fitted with a Trijicon ACOG 4x32 and a forward grip.

 

YAMAS operators wearing typical Territories plain cloths. Weapons from left to right - a Jericho fitted with a compensator, a CAR15 fitted with a flashlight and a Beamshot laser module, and two Mini Uzi.

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