The Touch-Reflex TR15 by Arma Laser is the first Touch-Activated laser sight for the Smith and Wesson S&W Sigma SW9VE and SW40VE. It's fits directly on handgun without the need of an adapter.
TOUCH-REFLEX TR15 - Touch Activation Laser
FIT: TR15 fits the Smith & Wesson Sigma SW9VE and SW40VE handguns. Does NOT fit the SD9VE or SD40VE, which will host the SR1 Stingrays.
Check out the SR1 Stingray
for mid & full-size pistols with standard rails.
Featuring a 5-year warranty, the TR15 turns on by human touch, not by a mechanical switch or button. As soon as you grasp your pistol, the True-Touch Activation sensor will turn the laser on and keep it on as long as you're grasping the pistol grip. Move your middle finger forward and the laser will shut off.
It is seamless, immediate and requires no button to be pushed or secondary operation.
The TR15 features a convenient battery door to replace its single CR1/3N battery (also can use 2 357 watch cells) so you won't lose any of the laser's ''zero'' when replacing batteries like with other lasers.
A master kill switch is recessed into the DuPont Zytel fiber-reinforced nylon housing (same material used in the Taurus grip/frame) to allow practice without the laser if needed.
Incredible 5 hours of run time and up to 2 years of standby time even if the TR15 is placed in ''ready to activate'' mode.
The laser module is a full 5mW, 635nm red laser which is the highest available by law and up to 5 times brighter than the 650nm competition. There is a very big difference in laser brightness between a 650nm laser and the 635nm one used in the TR15, especially during daylight.
Incredibly strong and sturdy, the TR15 fits the Taurus Millenium Pro Series with incredible abuse-absorbing rigidity.
Requires no tools, pin removal, or gunsmithing. Installs easily in minutes and is simple to adjust to point of aim. Best of all, it stays adjusted no matter how many rounds you fire.
The TR15 can also switch between a steady laser beam mode and pulsing beam mode.
1) How do I turn the laser on?
Just grasp the pistol in the way you normally do. That's it. Your middle finger will always touch the gold-plated touch sensor on the TR Series where the trigger guardends.
2) How do I shut the laser off?
The laser will shut off once you're hand isn't on the grip or if you want to practice on/off drill, just move your middle finger forward to shut off and back again to turn on.
3) How can I practice without the laser turning on?
By sliding the master kill switch recessed into the bottom of the TR Series backward (towards you). To put the TR Series back into the active mode slide switch forward (towards muzzle).
4) How do I change the battery?
Using the screwdriver provided in your tool kit (any small Phillips-head screwdriver will also work) unscrew the battery door screw.
Remove the battery door and take out battery. You may have to tap the pistol/TR Series against the palm of your hand to dislodge the battery.
5) What battery does the TR Series use and does it come with it?
Yes, a lithium CR1/3N battery is provided in the box. You can buy these on our website, many online retailers, Radio Shack and many camera & electronics retailers.
You can also use 2 357 watch batteries instead of 1 CR1/3N. 357s can be purchased at Home Depot, Radio Shack, Sears, most drug stores and on our website.
We prefer the CR1/3N because their cold-weather performance is excellent.
6) How long does the battery last?
Very long. Five hours of actual use is a massive amount of time. Equally impressive is the up to 2 years of standby battery life. It takes a very little amount of energy to keep the TR Series in the active (waiting for a touch to turn on) state. If you were to keep your TR Series in the active, ready state you should yield up to 24 months of battery life with moderate use of the laser.
7) Can I adjust the laser?
Yes, you have full control over windage (left to right) and elevation (up and down) adjustments. Use one of the hex keys in the tool kit (we provide a spare as well) and rotate: WINDAGE - rotate hex key clockwise to move red dot to the right, counter-clockwise to turn left. Elevation - rotate hex key clockwise to move red dot down, counter-clockwise to move up. No need to over-tighten, you'll never need to rotate the hex key more than 1 turn in either direction to be on target.
8) Can the laser turn on in my pocket or holster?
Very doubtful. Unlike lasers with mechanical switches which can be accidentally tripped by an object pushing against clothing or holster material, the TR Series needs human touch to turn on. The chances of the laser turning on accidentally is not very plausible.
9) Do you offer any other holster?
Yes, we stock inside-the-waistband (IWB) holster and outside-the-waistband (OWB) leather holsters specially made by DeSantis holsters in both left and right-handed versions. Please refer to the TR Holster page for your model for more information. Other custom holster makers also specialize in different holster options.
10) What is the difference between a 635nm laser and a 650nm one?
This is a very important question to know the answer to. A 635nm laser is much brighter than a 650nm laser. This is especially true during daylight or a well-lit indoors environment. 650nm laser can hardly be seen in bright conditions while 635nm will appear up to 5 times as bright. The range of your TR Series laser will far exceed the range of your pistol.
11) How do I choose the pulsing mode and why would I?
While it's true that most users will opt to keep the TR Series factory setting at the steady laser mode, a pulsing dot is quicker to pick-up by the eye. To switch the laser to the pulsing mode turn the set screw shown in the installation guide one full turn clockwise with the hex key. To turn back to steady mode turn the hex key counter-clockwise by one full turn. As mentioned, to keep it in steady mode don't turn anything as this is the mode your TR Series left the factory with.
12) How long is the warranty and what does it cover?
The TR Series comes with the same 5 year warranty as all ArmaLaser laser systems. All possible defects in material and workmanship is covered.
What isn't covered is obvious abuse or modification.
13) What makes the TR Series so good?
First, it is a tough little laser. The TR Series has a solid and extremely strong fit. It can withstand abuse and all the twisting, bending, and jarring that a pocket pistol laser should handle. Also, there are no moving parts or mechanical switches to fail in the TR Series in the instant on system.
14) What is the TR Series made from?
The same material that the polymer pistols are made from, DuPont's Zytel FRN (fiber-reinforced nylon). This is an expensive but outstanding material and will match up with the color and finish of your pistol.
15) Will you be making more models of the TR Series? Yes, because the TR Series is capable of adapting to a wider variety of trigger guard geometry than we had before. It's very versatile.
16) Can I take advantage of your ArmaLaser Exchange program to trade my old ArmaLaser in for the new TR Series?
Absolutely. That's one of the big advantages of ArmaLaser ownership.