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The Steiner CQBL-1 is designed specifically for submachine gun applications. Originally developed for the Heckler & Koch MP-7A1, it is compatible with all submachine guns currently in use by Military and Law Enforcement. The CQBL-1 is a dual function laser with both visible and IR pointers. The lasers are slaved together, allowing for easy zeroing. A single activation switch allows the operator to switch between IR and visible output modes. The laser can be activated via an on-board “fire” button or a remote pressure switch.
The CQBL-1 features a narrow body housing that fits perfectly on slim submachine gun fore-ends and hand guards with M1913 rails. The unit is designed to be mounted at the 3 or 9 o’clock position.
The CQBL-1 is one of the smallest dual function lasers available. Its size and output make it well suited to CQB and close protection applications. Its’ slim design hugs the rail, keeping it close to the weapon’s housing and easily concealable. This is especially important for close protection details where the weapon needs to be concealed under an overcoat. One of the best features of this unit is the simple control layout. There are no power tiers to deal with, only Off/IR/Vis. This allows a seamless transition from covert target approach with night vision to a dynamic entry with visible lasers.
Even though the CQBL-1 is designed for submachine guns, it is still a viable solution for short barrel rifles. A higher power variant is available for full length rifles.
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.