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Police Product Test: LaserLyte Training Tyme Kit

August 31, 2014

LaserLyte currently makes several different products to "up the game" for dry firing practice. At the core of this system are simple laser-enabled "dummy rounds" that can be inserted into the chamber and produce a brief red dot on the target when the shot falls.

Reaction Tyme Target

March 18, 2013
LaserLyte's Reaction Tyme Target, TLB-RT, is a new interactive target system with dual modes for reaction and training. This new laser training system comes with two targets for more realistic training scenarios.

LaserLyte Introduces Green Laser Long Gun Sight

October 31, 2012
LaserLyte has introduced the Kryptonyte Center Mass (CM-15) green-laser sighting system for rifles and shotguns that provides a ring of green laser dots, the company announced.

Weapon Lights, Laser Sights

August 29, 2012

Weapon lights and laser sights for both handguns and long guns are valuable assets for officers in all assignments. The following from 12 leading law enforcement suppliers are some of the most innovative and highest quality versions of these tools on the market.

LaserLyte Introduces CK-SWAT Laser Sight for S&W, Taurus Revolvers

February 17, 2012
LaserLyte has introduced the CK-SWAT side-mounted laser that fits Smith & Wesson J-frame and Taurus revolvers, including the Taurus Judge and Public Defender. The LaserLyte CK-SWAT laser mounts under the grip and allows the customer to holster the firearm with the factory grip.

Weapon Lights and Laser Sights

August 24, 2011

Weapon-mounted lights free up the operator to control a handgun or rifle, provide better target acquisition in low-light situations, and offer another less-lethal option to disorient a subject. When added to a sidearm, lasers give officers greater ability to acquire targets and disorient subjects. View this gallery for six options to consider.

LaserLyte Introduces Quad-Rail for Double-Barrel Shotguns

May 11, 2011
LaserLyte's ADP-ZK is a quad rail for double-barrel shotguns that adds four three-inch Picatinny style rails for a combination of mountable accessory options. The Double Barrel Quad-Rail fits most 12-gauge double barrel shotguns, allowing the mounting of lasers, lights and other Picatinny accessories.

LaserLyte Offers Caliber-Specific Laser Trainer Cartridges

February 8, 2011
Designed to match popular calibers in 9mm, .40 cal. and .45 ACP, the new Laser Trainer Cartridge fits inside the pistol chamber and features a firing-pin activated switch that indicates bullet impact with a bright red laser dot.

LaserLyte Introduces Laser Trainer Target

February 3, 2011
To display impact, fire the laser at the red display circle on the face of the Laser Trainer Target. When finished, simply dry fire the laser aimed at the red reset circle to begin again with a fresh target.

LaserLyte Introduces Rear-Sight Laser for Taurus Slim Pistols

January 5, 2011
LaserLyte has introduced the Rear Sight Laser (RSL) for Taurus Slim Pistols that allows operators to retain existing grips or internal stock parts.

LaserLyte Introduces Subcompact V3 Laser

December 8, 2010
The Subcompact V3 features windage adjustment, elevation adjustment and programmable constant-on and pulse modes. Additionally, two separate activation buttons located on the backside of the laser offer ambidextrous controls for left- or right-handed shooters.

The Best Way to Zero a Rifle

December 8, 2010
Sighting in on a target at 25 yards is much easier than attempting to sight in at a greater distance. Once sighted in at 25 yards, it will be easy to find your shots at 100 yards or greater and make the correct adjustments.
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