Ruger SR22

Ruger SR22
LASERMAX LIMITED WARRANTY
LaserMax is pleased to offer a five (5) year limited warranty for
this product. To take advantage of this coverage, the product
must be registered no later than 90 days after purchase.
This product may be registered by completing a Registration Form which may be found at www.lasermax.com/
support or by contacting the LaserMax Customer Service Department at 1-800-527-3703. The LaserMax
Limited Warranty extends specific legal rights to the registrant. Other rights, which vary from state to state,
may also apply. This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time
of purchase. This limited warranty does not cover expendable parts (ex: batteries), that have definite and
predictable life expectancies. This warranty does not cover products that LaserMax determines have been
exposed to abnormal use in any way. Examples of abnormal use include, but are not limited to, damage from
mishandling, misuse or abuse, damage from exposure to abnormal conditions, damage from improper care
and maintenance, or installation of the product in or on any firearm model the product is not specifically
advertised to be used with. Warranty coverage begins on the date of purchase and ends five (5) years after
date of purchase. This limited warranty extends only to the original registrant and is non-transferable. To file a
warranty claim, a warranty repair request must be submitted, and a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA)
number issued by the LaserMax Warranty Department, within five (5) years from date of purchase. Following
submission of a warranty claim, LaserMax reserves the right to inspect the product to determine its eligibility
for warranty coverage. If deemed eligible, LaserMax will repair or replace the part(s)/product that LaserMax,
at its sole discretion, determines to be defective during the warranty period. If deemed ineligible, LaserMax
will return the part(s)/product with an explanation of why coverage is not available. LaserMax reserves the
right to replace defective part(s)/product with an equivalent substitute product at its sole discretion. Any and
all implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,
and non-infringement, also begin on the date of purchase and end five (5) years after date of purchase. This
limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow limitations on the length of implied warranties.
The preceding process is both the exclusive remedy and LaserMax’s exclusive liability for any warranty claim.
LaserMax will not, under any circumstances, be liable for any incidental, indirect, consequential, punitive or
exemplary damages (even if LaserMax has been notified of the possibility of such damages) resulting from or
related to a product, including, without limitation, any loss of profit, opportunity, or damages in excess of the
purchase price of the warrantied product. This limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow
limitations on incidental or consequential damages.
LaserMax, Inc,
3495 Winton Place, Rochester, NY 14623
800-527-3703 • www.lasermax.com
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 2
For patent information, please visit:
www.lasermax.com/patents
01785-0-53 12/15, Rev B
View complete installation and battery replacement video tutorials at
www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
IF YOU EXPERIENCE AN
ISSUE WITH YOUR LASER
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN IT
TO THE STORE.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LMS-AT50
LMS-13N
LMS-2x13N
CF-MS
adjustment tool
replacement battery
2-pack replacement batteries
mounting screws
Contact LaserMax Customer Service:
LMS-RMSR
Red Laser
CLASS 3R VISIBLE LASER
Output Power: <5mW
Wavelength: 600–700nm
800-527-3703
REMINDER
WARNING
Aiming a laser beam at moving
vehicles including boats,
aircraft, trains, and construction
equipment may be illegal. Check
current applicable laws and
follow them accordingly.
Avoid direct eye exposure to
beam. Do not point laser at
anything you do not wish to
destroy.
DANGER
Laser radiation is emitted from the
front aperture of the laser when
the switch is activated.
Ruger SR22
RAIL MOUNTED LASER
NOTICE:
The FDA requires the label
supplied with your laser be affixed
to the outside of the gun near the
laser aperture.
Operator’s Manual
Copyright © 2015 LaserMax, Inc. All rights reserved. LaserMax and the LaserMax logo are registered
trademarks of LaserMax, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
RUGER SR22® | SR9C® | SR40C® | 9E®
LMS-RMSR
12/14/15 5:16 PM
!
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Right Housing
IMPORTANT: Prior to installation, battery change, cleaning or maintenance, follow
the firearm operator’s manual to ensure that the firearm is unloaded
5
ALIGNING THE LASER
6
1. Alignment adjustments should be made at a minimum of 10
yards distance from the target. To begin, insert adjustment
tool into one of the two alignment ports (figures 8 & 9)
and slowly rotate the tool while comparing laser position
on target to fixed sights. The laser dot should be centered,
slightly above top of front sight. Important: Do not rotate
adjustment tool more than one full turn in either direction
from the factory position – doing so may cause damage
to the laser and void the warranty. A one quarter turn will
result in a movement of approximately 3 inches at 10 yards.
INSTALLATION
L
left activation
switch
lens
1
2
3
!
R
Important: LMS-RMSR mounting screws are self-tapping; extra care should be taken
when installing them for the first time to ensure that they are screwed in straight.
Improper installation could cause the threads to strip.
8. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided). Do not over-tighten.
right activation switch
windage port
Left Housing
elevation port
1. To separate laser from its packaging, first rotate the disposable rail support upward to expose
mounting screws. You may need to press the two small posts on rail support to release them
from the tray (figure 1).
screw opening
2. Use a Phillip’s screwdriver (not provided) to remove the two (2) mounting screws from left
housing (figure 2). Set these screws aside.
activation switch
screw opening
laser safety label
3. Separate the left housing from the right housing.
4. Place right housing onto Picatinny rail as shown (figure 3).
5. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation
switch passes through opening in left housing (figure 4).
mounting screws
1/3N battery
adjustment tool
See this sight installed at www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 1
6. Press together to remove gap (figure 5).
7. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in
left housing.
4
OPERATION
1. To turn the laser on, press in on the activation switch from either side (figure 7). Press again
to turn the laser off.
2. To switch aiming point from pulse to steady, press and
release the activation switch from either side to activate
the laser. Then, press and hold the activation switch for 5
seconds. The laser mode will change. Repeat the process
to return to the previous mode. Note: When reactivated,
laser will always return to the previously set mode.
3. To save power and prevent inadvertent battery drain, the
LMS-RMSR will shut off automatically after a ten minute
period of inactivity. Cycle the activation switch to turn laser
back on.
7
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
8
2. Lift expended 1/3N Lithium battery out of right housing.
3. Install a fresh 1/3N Lithium battery with the negative (-) side toward circuit board and
positive (+) side against the coiled spring (figure 3).
4. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation switch passes through opening
in left housing (figure 5). Press together to remove gap.
9
3. Elevation adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the elevation port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser beam up and a counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam down
(figure 9).
Note: a slight shift in alignment may be observed after firing the first time. Recheck
alignment after break in and readjust as necessary.
TIP: During periods of non-use, test the LaserMax laser periodically to ensure adequate
battery levels.
1. Remove mounting screws to separate left housing from right housing.
2. Windage adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the windage port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser aiming point to the left and a
counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam to the right
(figure 8).
4. Verify zero by shooting targets and making additional adjustments as needed.
T
5. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in left housing.
6. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided).
Do not over-tighten.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
After repeated fire, the lens may become clouded with gunpowder residue. For best results,
it is recommended that this area be cleaned, along with the firearm, after each use. To clean
the lens, follow these steps.
1. Keep firearm pointed in a safe direction.
2. Confirm laser is off.
3. Dampen the end of a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol.
4. Apply dampened swab to lens and polish in a small circular pattern. Be sure to clean
around edges of lens.
LaserMax components should never be submerged or flushed with cleaning solvents. Failure
to adhere to these guidelines may cause damage and void the factory warranty.
12/14/15 5:16 PM
!
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Right Housing
IMPORTANT: Prior to installation, battery change, cleaning or maintenance, follow
the firearm operator’s manual to ensure that the firearm is unloaded
5
ALIGNING THE LASER
6
1. Alignment adjustments should be made at a minimum of 10
yards distance from the target. To begin, insert adjustment
tool into one of the two alignment ports (figures 8 & 9)
and slowly rotate the tool while comparing laser position
on target to fixed sights. The laser dot should be centered,
slightly above top of front sight. Important: Do not rotate
adjustment tool more than one full turn in either direction
from the factory position – doing so may cause damage
to the laser and void the warranty. A one quarter turn will
result in a movement of approximately 3 inches at 10 yards.
INSTALLATION
L
left activation
switch
lens
1
2
3
!
R
Important: LMS-RMSR mounting screws are self-tapping; extra care should be taken
when installing them for the first time to ensure that they are screwed in straight.
Improper installation could cause the threads to strip.
8. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided). Do not over-tighten.
right activation switch
windage port
Left Housing
elevation port
1. To separate laser from its packaging, first rotate the disposable rail support upward to expose
mounting screws. You may need to press the two small posts on rail support to release them
from the tray (figure 1).
screw opening
2. Use a Phillip’s screwdriver (not provided) to remove the two (2) mounting screws from left
housing (figure 2). Set these screws aside.
activation switch
screw opening
laser safety label
3. Separate the left housing from the right housing.
4. Place right housing onto Picatinny rail as shown (figure 3).
5. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation
switch passes through opening in left housing (figure 4).
mounting screws
1/3N battery
adjustment tool
See this sight installed at www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 1
6. Press together to remove gap (figure 5).
7. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in
left housing.
4
OPERATION
1. To turn the laser on, press in on the activation switch from either side (figure 7). Press again
to turn the laser off.
2. To switch aiming point from pulse to steady, press and
release the activation switch from either side to activate
the laser. Then, press and hold the activation switch for 5
seconds. The laser mode will change. Repeat the process
to return to the previous mode. Note: When reactivated,
laser will always return to the previously set mode.
3. To save power and prevent inadvertent battery drain, the
LMS-RMSR will shut off automatically after a ten minute
period of inactivity. Cycle the activation switch to turn laser
back on.
7
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
8
2. Lift expended 1/3N Lithium battery out of right housing.
3. Install a fresh 1/3N Lithium battery with the negative (-) side toward circuit board and
positive (+) side against the coiled spring (figure 3).
4. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation switch passes through opening
in left housing (figure 5). Press together to remove gap.
9
3. Elevation adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the elevation port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser beam up and a counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam down
(figure 9).
Note: a slight shift in alignment may be observed after firing the first time. Recheck
alignment after break in and readjust as necessary.
TIP: During periods of non-use, test the LaserMax laser periodically to ensure adequate
battery levels.
1. Remove mounting screws to separate left housing from right housing.
2. Windage adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the windage port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser aiming point to the left and a
counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam to the right
(figure 8).
4. Verify zero by shooting targets and making additional adjustments as needed.
T
5. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in left housing.
6. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided).
Do not over-tighten.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
After repeated fire, the lens may become clouded with gunpowder residue. For best results,
it is recommended that this area be cleaned, along with the firearm, after each use. To clean
the lens, follow these steps.
1. Keep firearm pointed in a safe direction.
2. Confirm laser is off.
3. Dampen the end of a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol.
4. Apply dampened swab to lens and polish in a small circular pattern. Be sure to clean
around edges of lens.
LaserMax components should never be submerged or flushed with cleaning solvents. Failure
to adhere to these guidelines may cause damage and void the factory warranty.
12/14/15 5:16 PM
!
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Right Housing
IMPORTANT: Prior to installation, battery change, cleaning or maintenance, follow
the firearm operator’s manual to ensure that the firearm is unloaded
5
ALIGNING THE LASER
6
1. Alignment adjustments should be made at a minimum of 10
yards distance from the target. To begin, insert adjustment
tool into one of the two alignment ports (figures 8 & 9)
and slowly rotate the tool while comparing laser position
on target to fixed sights. The laser dot should be centered,
slightly above top of front sight. Important: Do not rotate
adjustment tool more than one full turn in either direction
from the factory position – doing so may cause damage
to the laser and void the warranty. A one quarter turn will
result in a movement of approximately 3 inches at 10 yards.
INSTALLATION
L
left activation
switch
lens
1
2
3
!
R
Important: LMS-RMSR mounting screws are self-tapping; extra care should be taken
when installing them for the first time to ensure that they are screwed in straight.
Improper installation could cause the threads to strip.
8. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided). Do not over-tighten.
right activation switch
windage port
Left Housing
elevation port
1. To separate laser from its packaging, first rotate the disposable rail support upward to expose
mounting screws. You may need to press the two small posts on rail support to release them
from the tray (figure 1).
screw opening
2. Use a Phillip’s screwdriver (not provided) to remove the two (2) mounting screws from left
housing (figure 2). Set these screws aside.
activation switch
screw opening
laser safety label
3. Separate the left housing from the right housing.
4. Place right housing onto Picatinny rail as shown (figure 3).
5. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation
switch passes through opening in left housing (figure 4).
mounting screws
1/3N battery
adjustment tool
See this sight installed at www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 1
6. Press together to remove gap (figure 5).
7. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in
left housing.
4
OPERATION
1. To turn the laser on, press in on the activation switch from either side (figure 7). Press again
to turn the laser off.
2. To switch aiming point from pulse to steady, press and
release the activation switch from either side to activate
the laser. Then, press and hold the activation switch for 5
seconds. The laser mode will change. Repeat the process
to return to the previous mode. Note: When reactivated,
laser will always return to the previously set mode.
3. To save power and prevent inadvertent battery drain, the
LMS-RMSR will shut off automatically after a ten minute
period of inactivity. Cycle the activation switch to turn laser
back on.
7
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
8
2. Lift expended 1/3N Lithium battery out of right housing.
3. Install a fresh 1/3N Lithium battery with the negative (-) side toward circuit board and
positive (+) side against the coiled spring (figure 3).
4. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation switch passes through opening
in left housing (figure 5). Press together to remove gap.
9
3. Elevation adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the elevation port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser beam up and a counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam down
(figure 9).
Note: a slight shift in alignment may be observed after firing the first time. Recheck
alignment after break in and readjust as necessary.
TIP: During periods of non-use, test the LaserMax laser periodically to ensure adequate
battery levels.
1. Remove mounting screws to separate left housing from right housing.
2. Windage adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the windage port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser aiming point to the left and a
counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam to the right
(figure 8).
4. Verify zero by shooting targets and making additional adjustments as needed.
T
5. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in left housing.
6. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided).
Do not over-tighten.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
After repeated fire, the lens may become clouded with gunpowder residue. For best results,
it is recommended that this area be cleaned, along with the firearm, after each use. To clean
the lens, follow these steps.
1. Keep firearm pointed in a safe direction.
2. Confirm laser is off.
3. Dampen the end of a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol.
4. Apply dampened swab to lens and polish in a small circular pattern. Be sure to clean
around edges of lens.
LaserMax components should never be submerged or flushed with cleaning solvents. Failure
to adhere to these guidelines may cause damage and void the factory warranty.
12/14/15 5:16 PM
!
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Right Housing
IMPORTANT: Prior to installation, battery change, cleaning or maintenance, follow
the firearm operator’s manual to ensure that the firearm is unloaded
5
ALIGNING THE LASER
6
1. Alignment adjustments should be made at a minimum of 10
yards distance from the target. To begin, insert adjustment
tool into one of the two alignment ports (figures 8 & 9)
and slowly rotate the tool while comparing laser position
on target to fixed sights. The laser dot should be centered,
slightly above top of front sight. Important: Do not rotate
adjustment tool more than one full turn in either direction
from the factory position – doing so may cause damage
to the laser and void the warranty. A one quarter turn will
result in a movement of approximately 3 inches at 10 yards.
INSTALLATION
L
left activation
switch
lens
1
2
3
!
R
Important: LMS-RMSR mounting screws are self-tapping; extra care should be taken
when installing them for the first time to ensure that they are screwed in straight.
Improper installation could cause the threads to strip.
8. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided). Do not over-tighten.
right activation switch
windage port
Left Housing
elevation port
1. To separate laser from its packaging, first rotate the disposable rail support upward to expose
mounting screws. You may need to press the two small posts on rail support to release them
from the tray (figure 1).
screw opening
2. Use a Phillip’s screwdriver (not provided) to remove the two (2) mounting screws from left
housing (figure 2). Set these screws aside.
activation switch
screw opening
laser safety label
3. Separate the left housing from the right housing.
4. Place right housing onto Picatinny rail as shown (figure 3).
5. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation
switch passes through opening in left housing (figure 4).
mounting screws
1/3N battery
adjustment tool
See this sight installed at www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 1
6. Press together to remove gap (figure 5).
7. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in
left housing.
4
OPERATION
1. To turn the laser on, press in on the activation switch from either side (figure 7). Press again
to turn the laser off.
2. To switch aiming point from pulse to steady, press and
release the activation switch from either side to activate
the laser. Then, press and hold the activation switch for 5
seconds. The laser mode will change. Repeat the process
to return to the previous mode. Note: When reactivated,
laser will always return to the previously set mode.
3. To save power and prevent inadvertent battery drain, the
LMS-RMSR will shut off automatically after a ten minute
period of inactivity. Cycle the activation switch to turn laser
back on.
7
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
8
2. Lift expended 1/3N Lithium battery out of right housing.
3. Install a fresh 1/3N Lithium battery with the negative (-) side toward circuit board and
positive (+) side against the coiled spring (figure 3).
4. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation switch passes through opening
in left housing (figure 5). Press together to remove gap.
9
3. Elevation adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the elevation port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser beam up and a counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam down
(figure 9).
Note: a slight shift in alignment may be observed after firing the first time. Recheck
alignment after break in and readjust as necessary.
TIP: During periods of non-use, test the LaserMax laser periodically to ensure adequate
battery levels.
1. Remove mounting screws to separate left housing from right housing.
2. Windage adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the windage port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser aiming point to the left and a
counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam to the right
(figure 8).
4. Verify zero by shooting targets and making additional adjustments as needed.
T
5. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in left housing.
6. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided).
Do not over-tighten.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
After repeated fire, the lens may become clouded with gunpowder residue. For best results,
it is recommended that this area be cleaned, along with the firearm, after each use. To clean
the lens, follow these steps.
1. Keep firearm pointed in a safe direction.
2. Confirm laser is off.
3. Dampen the end of a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol.
4. Apply dampened swab to lens and polish in a small circular pattern. Be sure to clean
around edges of lens.
LaserMax components should never be submerged or flushed with cleaning solvents. Failure
to adhere to these guidelines may cause damage and void the factory warranty.
12/14/15 5:16 PM
!
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Right Housing
IMPORTANT: Prior to installation, battery change, cleaning or maintenance, follow
the firearm operator’s manual to ensure that the firearm is unloaded
5
ALIGNING THE LASER
6
1. Alignment adjustments should be made at a minimum of 10
yards distance from the target. To begin, insert adjustment
tool into one of the two alignment ports (figures 8 & 9)
and slowly rotate the tool while comparing laser position
on target to fixed sights. The laser dot should be centered,
slightly above top of front sight. Important: Do not rotate
adjustment tool more than one full turn in either direction
from the factory position – doing so may cause damage
to the laser and void the warranty. A one quarter turn will
result in a movement of approximately 3 inches at 10 yards.
INSTALLATION
L
left activation
switch
lens
1
2
3
!
R
Important: LMS-RMSR mounting screws are self-tapping; extra care should be taken
when installing them for the first time to ensure that they are screwed in straight.
Improper installation could cause the threads to strip.
8. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided). Do not over-tighten.
right activation switch
windage port
Left Housing
elevation port
1. To separate laser from its packaging, first rotate the disposable rail support upward to expose
mounting screws. You may need to press the two small posts on rail support to release them
from the tray (figure 1).
screw opening
2. Use a Phillip’s screwdriver (not provided) to remove the two (2) mounting screws from left
housing (figure 2). Set these screws aside.
activation switch
screw opening
laser safety label
3. Separate the left housing from the right housing.
4. Place right housing onto Picatinny rail as shown (figure 3).
5. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation
switch passes through opening in left housing (figure 4).
mounting screws
1/3N battery
adjustment tool
See this sight installed at www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 1
6. Press together to remove gap (figure 5).
7. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in
left housing.
4
OPERATION
1. To turn the laser on, press in on the activation switch from either side (figure 7). Press again
to turn the laser off.
2. To switch aiming point from pulse to steady, press and
release the activation switch from either side to activate
the laser. Then, press and hold the activation switch for 5
seconds. The laser mode will change. Repeat the process
to return to the previous mode. Note: When reactivated,
laser will always return to the previously set mode.
3. To save power and prevent inadvertent battery drain, the
LMS-RMSR will shut off automatically after a ten minute
period of inactivity. Cycle the activation switch to turn laser
back on.
7
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
8
2. Lift expended 1/3N Lithium battery out of right housing.
3. Install a fresh 1/3N Lithium battery with the negative (-) side toward circuit board and
positive (+) side against the coiled spring (figure 3).
4. Mate left housing with right housing, ensuring that activation switch passes through opening
in left housing (figure 5). Press together to remove gap.
9
3. Elevation adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the elevation port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser beam up and a counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam down
(figure 9).
Note: a slight shift in alignment may be observed after firing the first time. Recheck
alignment after break in and readjust as necessary.
TIP: During periods of non-use, test the LaserMax laser periodically to ensure adequate
battery levels.
1. Remove mounting screws to separate left housing from right housing.
2. Windage adjustment: with the muzzle pointing forward and
adjustment tool inserted into the windage port, a clockwise
turn will shift the laser aiming point to the left and a
counterclockwise turn will shift the laser beam to the right
(figure 8).
4. Verify zero by shooting targets and making additional adjustments as needed.
T
5. Insert two (2) mounting screws into recessed screw holes in left housing.
6. Tighten mounting screws with a Phillips screwdriver (not provided).
Do not over-tighten.
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
After repeated fire, the lens may become clouded with gunpowder residue. For best results,
it is recommended that this area be cleaned, along with the firearm, after each use. To clean
the lens, follow these steps.
1. Keep firearm pointed in a safe direction.
2. Confirm laser is off.
3. Dampen the end of a cotton swab with isopropyl alcohol.
4. Apply dampened swab to lens and polish in a small circular pattern. Be sure to clean
around edges of lens.
LaserMax components should never be submerged or flushed with cleaning solvents. Failure
to adhere to these guidelines may cause damage and void the factory warranty.
12/14/15 5:16 PM
LASERMAX LIMITED WARRANTY
LaserMax is pleased to offer a five (5) year limited warranty for
this product. To take advantage of this coverage, the product
must be registered no later than 90 days after purchase.
This product may be registered by completing a Registration Form which may be found at www.lasermax.com/
support or by contacting the LaserMax Customer Service Department at 1-800-527-3703. The LaserMax
Limited Warranty extends specific legal rights to the registrant. Other rights, which vary from state to state,
may also apply. This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time
of purchase. This limited warranty does not cover expendable parts (ex: batteries), that have definite and
predictable life expectancies. This warranty does not cover products that LaserMax determines have been
exposed to abnormal use in any way. Examples of abnormal use include, but are not limited to, damage from
mishandling, misuse or abuse, damage from exposure to abnormal conditions, damage from improper care
and maintenance, or installation of the product in or on any firearm model the product is not specifically
advertised to be used with. Warranty coverage begins on the date of purchase and ends five (5) years after
date of purchase. This limited warranty extends only to the original registrant and is non-transferable. To file a
warranty claim, a warranty repair request must be submitted, and a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA)
number issued by the LaserMax Warranty Department, within five (5) years from date of purchase. Following
submission of a warranty claim, LaserMax reserves the right to inspect the product to determine its eligibility
for warranty coverage. If deemed eligible, LaserMax will repair or replace the part(s)/product that LaserMax,
at its sole discretion, determines to be defective during the warranty period. If deemed ineligible, LaserMax
will return the part(s)/product with an explanation of why coverage is not available. LaserMax reserves the
right to replace defective part(s)/product with an equivalent substitute product at its sole discretion. Any and
all implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,
and non-infringement, also begin on the date of purchase and end five (5) years after date of purchase. This
limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow limitations on the length of implied warranties.
The preceding process is both the exclusive remedy and LaserMax’s exclusive liability for any warranty claim.
LaserMax will not, under any circumstances, be liable for any incidental, indirect, consequential, punitive or
exemplary damages (even if LaserMax has been notified of the possibility of such damages) resulting from or
related to a product, including, without limitation, any loss of profit, opportunity, or damages in excess of the
purchase price of the warrantied product. This limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow
limitations on incidental or consequential damages.
LaserMax, Inc,
3495 Winton Place, Rochester, NY 14623
800-527-3703 • www.lasermax.com
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 2
For patent information, please visit:
www.lasermax.com/patents
01785-0-53 12/15, Rev B
View complete installation and battery replacement video tutorials at
www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
IF YOU EXPERIENCE AN
ISSUE WITH YOUR LASER
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN IT
TO THE STORE.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LMS-AT50
LMS-13N
LMS-2x13N
CF-MS
adjustment tool
replacement battery
2-pack replacement batteries
mounting screws
Contact LaserMax Customer Service:
LMS-RMSR
Red Laser
CLASS 3R VISIBLE LASER
Output Power: <5mW
Wavelength: 600–700nm
800-527-3703
REMINDER
WARNING
Aiming a laser beam at moving
vehicles including boats,
aircraft, trains, and construction
equipment may be illegal. Check
current applicable laws and
follow them accordingly.
Avoid direct eye exposure to
beam. Do not point laser at
anything you do not wish to
destroy.
DANGER
Laser radiation is emitted from the
front aperture of the laser when
the switch is activated.
Ruger SR22
RAIL MOUNTED LASER
NOTICE:
The FDA requires the label
supplied with your laser be affixed
to the outside of the gun near the
laser aperture.
Operator’s Manual
Copyright © 2015 LaserMax, Inc. All rights reserved. LaserMax and the LaserMax logo are registered
trademarks of LaserMax, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
RUGER SR22® | SR9C® | SR40C® | 9E®
LMS-RMSR
12/14/15 5:16 PM
LASERMAX LIMITED WARRANTY
LaserMax is pleased to offer a five (5) year limited warranty for
this product. To take advantage of this coverage, the product
must be registered no later than 90 days after purchase.
This product may be registered by completing a Registration Form which may be found at www.lasermax.com/
support or by contacting the LaserMax Customer Service Department at 1-800-527-3703. The LaserMax
Limited Warranty extends specific legal rights to the registrant. Other rights, which vary from state to state,
may also apply. This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time
of purchase. This limited warranty does not cover expendable parts (ex: batteries), that have definite and
predictable life expectancies. This warranty does not cover products that LaserMax determines have been
exposed to abnormal use in any way. Examples of abnormal use include, but are not limited to, damage from
mishandling, misuse or abuse, damage from exposure to abnormal conditions, damage from improper care
and maintenance, or installation of the product in or on any firearm model the product is not specifically
advertised to be used with. Warranty coverage begins on the date of purchase and ends five (5) years after
date of purchase. This limited warranty extends only to the original registrant and is non-transferable. To file a
warranty claim, a warranty repair request must be submitted, and a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA)
number issued by the LaserMax Warranty Department, within five (5) years from date of purchase. Following
submission of a warranty claim, LaserMax reserves the right to inspect the product to determine its eligibility
for warranty coverage. If deemed eligible, LaserMax will repair or replace the part(s)/product that LaserMax,
at its sole discretion, determines to be defective during the warranty period. If deemed ineligible, LaserMax
will return the part(s)/product with an explanation of why coverage is not available. LaserMax reserves the
right to replace defective part(s)/product with an equivalent substitute product at its sole discretion. Any and
all implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,
and non-infringement, also begin on the date of purchase and end five (5) years after date of purchase. This
limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow limitations on the length of implied warranties.
The preceding process is both the exclusive remedy and LaserMax’s exclusive liability for any warranty claim.
LaserMax will not, under any circumstances, be liable for any incidental, indirect, consequential, punitive or
exemplary damages (even if LaserMax has been notified of the possibility of such damages) resulting from or
related to a product, including, without limitation, any loss of profit, opportunity, or damages in excess of the
purchase price of the warrantied product. This limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow
limitations on incidental or consequential damages.
LaserMax, Inc,
3495 Winton Place, Rochester, NY 14623
800-527-3703 • www.lasermax.com
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 2
For patent information, please visit:
www.lasermax.com/patents
01785-0-53 12/15, Rev B
View complete installation and battery replacement video tutorials at
www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
IF YOU EXPERIENCE AN
ISSUE WITH YOUR LASER
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN IT
TO THE STORE.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LMS-AT50
LMS-13N
LMS-2x13N
CF-MS
adjustment tool
replacement battery
2-pack replacement batteries
mounting screws
Contact LaserMax Customer Service:
LMS-RMSR
Red Laser
CLASS 3R VISIBLE LASER
Output Power: <5mW
Wavelength: 600–700nm
800-527-3703
REMINDER
WARNING
Aiming a laser beam at moving
vehicles including boats,
aircraft, trains, and construction
equipment may be illegal. Check
current applicable laws and
follow them accordingly.
Avoid direct eye exposure to
beam. Do not point laser at
anything you do not wish to
destroy.
DANGER
Laser radiation is emitted from the
front aperture of the laser when
the switch is activated.
Ruger SR22
RAIL MOUNTED LASER
NOTICE:
The FDA requires the label
supplied with your laser be affixed
to the outside of the gun near the
laser aperture.
Operator’s Manual
Copyright © 2015 LaserMax, Inc. All rights reserved. LaserMax and the LaserMax logo are registered
trademarks of LaserMax, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
RUGER SR22® | SR9C® | SR40C® | 9E®
LMS-RMSR
12/14/15 5:16 PM
LASERMAX LIMITED WARRANTY
LaserMax is pleased to offer a five (5) year limited warranty for
this product. To take advantage of this coverage, the product
must be registered no later than 90 days after purchase.
This product may be registered by completing a Registration Form which may be found at www.lasermax.com/
support or by contacting the LaserMax Customer Service Department at 1-800-527-3703. The LaserMax
Limited Warranty extends specific legal rights to the registrant. Other rights, which vary from state to state,
may also apply. This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time
of purchase. This limited warranty does not cover expendable parts (ex: batteries), that have definite and
predictable life expectancies. This warranty does not cover products that LaserMax determines have been
exposed to abnormal use in any way. Examples of abnormal use include, but are not limited to, damage from
mishandling, misuse or abuse, damage from exposure to abnormal conditions, damage from improper care
and maintenance, or installation of the product in or on any firearm model the product is not specifically
advertised to be used with. Warranty coverage begins on the date of purchase and ends five (5) years after
date of purchase. This limited warranty extends only to the original registrant and is non-transferable. To file a
warranty claim, a warranty repair request must be submitted, and a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA)
number issued by the LaserMax Warranty Department, within five (5) years from date of purchase. Following
submission of a warranty claim, LaserMax reserves the right to inspect the product to determine its eligibility
for warranty coverage. If deemed eligible, LaserMax will repair or replace the part(s)/product that LaserMax,
at its sole discretion, determines to be defective during the warranty period. If deemed ineligible, LaserMax
will return the part(s)/product with an explanation of why coverage is not available. LaserMax reserves the
right to replace defective part(s)/product with an equivalent substitute product at its sole discretion. Any and
all implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,
and non-infringement, also begin on the date of purchase and end five (5) years after date of purchase. This
limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow limitations on the length of implied warranties.
The preceding process is both the exclusive remedy and LaserMax’s exclusive liability for any warranty claim.
LaserMax will not, under any circumstances, be liable for any incidental, indirect, consequential, punitive or
exemplary damages (even if LaserMax has been notified of the possibility of such damages) resulting from or
related to a product, including, without limitation, any loss of profit, opportunity, or damages in excess of the
purchase price of the warrantied product. This limitation does not apply to residents of states that disallow
limitations on incidental or consequential damages.
LaserMax, Inc,
3495 Winton Place, Rochester, NY 14623
800-527-3703 • www.lasermax.com
RMSR User Guide 3.1.indd 2
For patent information, please visit:
www.lasermax.com/patents
01785-0-53 12/15, Rev B
View complete installation and battery replacement video tutorials at
www.youtube.com/LaserMaxInc.
IF YOU EXPERIENCE AN
ISSUE WITH YOUR LASER
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN IT
TO THE STORE.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LMS-AT50
LMS-13N
LMS-2x13N
CF-MS
adjustment tool
replacement battery
2-pack replacement batteries
mounting screws
Contact LaserMax Customer Service:
LMS-RMSR
Red Laser
CLASS 3R VISIBLE LASER
Output Power: <5mW
Wavelength: 600–700nm
800-527-3703
REMINDER
WARNING
Aiming a laser beam at moving
vehicles including boats,
aircraft, trains, and construction
equipment may be illegal. Check
current applicable laws and
follow them accordingly.
Avoid direct eye exposure to
beam. Do not point laser at
anything you do not wish to
destroy.
DANGER
Laser radiation is emitted from the
front aperture of the laser when
the switch is activated.
Ruger SR22
RAIL MOUNTED LASER
NOTICE:
The FDA requires the label
supplied with your laser be affixed
to the outside of the gun near the
laser aperture.
Operator’s Manual
Copyright © 2015 LaserMax, Inc. All rights reserved. LaserMax and the LaserMax logo are registered
trademarks of LaserMax, Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
RUGER SR22® | SR9C® | SR40C® | 9E®
LMS-RMSR
12/14/15 5:16 PM
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