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Laser Ammo USA, Inc, has launched a new fully-featured website, www.laser-ammo.com. The new site has extensive firearms training content with articles by professional shooters and writers about dry fire training.
Laser Ammo's new site has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing customers to access detailed training, product information, and videos with the option to share information across all major social networking sites. Laser Ammo's very active Facebook and Twitter social media sites provide users with unlimited firearms training information, video, and articles. Also, the new site content has been updated to give users the latest firearms training information including videos from the History Channel's TOP SHOT, Frank Melony.
Furthermore, Laser-Ammo.com provides quick and intuitive access to its versatile product line for shooters, law enforcement, Military, Airsoft users, stimulator interaction, and more. Everything a shooter would need to practice and improve shooting techniques and accuracy. Products such as firearms laser training systems, Glock and XD sights. electronic targets,Targeting software, Airsoft laser training systems and more are featured.
The new Laser-Ammo website offers a mobile friendly responsive design which provides visitors with important company information including the latest Laser Ammo products, services and training instruction and video. The responsive designed site is optimized for viewing on any device or screen size to fit a growing mobile audience. "We are growing worldwide, and just opened a new office in Europe, so we understood we needed to update the look and feel of our site to represent a more modern brand and suit our worldwide audience regardless of the device they are using," said Chen Shoshani, VP, Sales at Laser Ammo, USA., "Whether on a laptop, tablet or mobile device, our visitors will be able to access the important training, product and dealer information they need where ever they are and what ever device they may be using."