Unfortunately, it is not a factory option. It's kind of a "do it yourself" thing by ordering the parts and doing a self-install. Or, if U can corral a gunsmith to do it. But, I would venture to say that most smiths have never done anything like that before
It would be cool to have. But, unless it was a factory install where U pay and they already have the parts and then install it for ya, I'm not gonna mess w/ it. The laser I have now is good enough.
I'd be tempted to get that LaserMax flat laser that is new. But it still isn't flat enough for me to put my laser and Scorpion Light all on the same side. Because it would be nice to have the inside of the gun w/ nothing attached, I notice it when its hanging by the strap and I am walking up and down the range.
That's the problem. U pretty much have to do it yourself or find a local guy/smith to do it. Don't know about U, but cutting up my stock is not something I wanna do.
I think someone once mentioned their local smith was willing to do installs, as he had done a couple on their PS90s. But to be honest, I've seen some pics where too much was cut around the button area.
There isn't just 1 place that does this regularly and is willing to do it - at least not yet.
While an aftermarket laser won't be lined up with the bore as well - I chose to go that route - a whole lot safer and easier.
I charge $100
I will put the pressure switch at any practical place on the stock you choose.
Ensure that all the wiring is submersion proof. And sight the laser in using the shop receiver.
On this PS90 the battery is inside the stock. The stock must be taken apart to change the battery. The customer thought the battery compartment sticking out was ugly and awkward. I agree.
My new PS90 has the battery in the butt of the weapon, it is waterproof and secure but not very professional looking, I don't think I will be offering the butt battery option to my customers.
I've seen the green laser thing asked before - on other boards, I've seen its aid numerous times that there isn't room to fit a green laser and the necessary stuff in that area where the emitter is sitting...
About 6 months ago there was some guy trying to do it but had no luck...