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Posted: 6/15/2011 10:38:52 PM EDT
For My ar15 or a AN/PEQ/2
Link Posted: 6/15/2011 11:48:06 PM EDT
You don't.

From TNVC's website:

IR Lasers are restricted to Law Enforcement and Government sales only and cannot be sold to civilians. Purchase of IR Laser equipment can only occur at the Department, Agency, or Unit level. IR Lasers cannot be sold to individual Law Enforcement, Military, Government, or Contractor personnel. No exceptions. If you are a government employee and would like to purchase an IR laser, you must have your agency place the order for you. We do not make the rules, but we do follow them. These lasers are regulated by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration). Price inquires must include an email request from an official government or government contractor email address. All ITAR restrictions apply.
Link Posted: 6/16/2011 3:00:10 AM EDT
They are occasionally available used, but beware of fakes and stolen gear...
Link Posted: 6/16/2011 6:29:52 AM EDT
There are some floating around out there, because LEO's can buy them, or the dept can, and then trade them in for other stuff. Just be aware that they don't warranty them unless they come from a .gov agency, so if it goes kaput, you are out your money.
Link Posted: 6/20/2011 7:35:25 PM EDT
IMHO they're kind of pointless now that the LDI C1 products (e.g. DBAL-I2) feature IR lasers upgraded from .07mW to about .68mW, which gives an IR laser range approaching 300 yards. Full factory warranty support, spares, etc in a bombproof casing with an excellent QD mount for $800, vs $2500+ for a unit that may or may not be stolen and that definitely will not be returned to you if you send it to the factory for repairs.

Link Posted: 6/20/2011 8:38:48 PM EDT
Whats the point? Do you hunt hogs at night with NVG's on or something?
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