ADWA Partners with Laser Shot for Virtual Hunting Clinics

ADWA Partners with Laser Shot for ‘Virtual Hunting’ Youth Clinics

Laser Shot’s Hunting Simulator
Laser Shot’s Hunting Simulator
American Deer & Wildlife Alliance
American Deer & Wildlife Alliance

AUSTIN, Texas — -( The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance™ (ADWA) is pleased to announce Laser Shot, a global leader in firearms training, as its newest partner for helping to bring hunter education to young Americans. ADWA and Laser Shot are working together to provide a new, comprehensive ‘Virtual Hunter Education Series’ for children and young adults.

The new ADWA-Laser Shot Virtual Hunter Education course utilizes Laser Shot’s proven projection and laser detection technology to give students the experience of sporting firearms and to receive instruction in safety, proper ethics, and the responsibilities of gun ownership.

“Youth recruitment is paramount to the survival of our hunting heritage, and we’re very excited to partner with Laser Shot to bring this innovative training system to more young Americans,” says John Meng, president of ADWA. “The Laser Shot system creates an exciting virtual hunting simulation which the kids really enjoy and gives them a fun, first-hand learning experience.”

Laser Shot’s hunting simulator was designed with input from hunter safety professionals from around the world. A world leader in firearm training solutions, Laser Shot provides innovative products that incorporate the latest technologies in developing accurate, dependable, and effective use of firearms. Laser Shot training solutions are employed by thousands of military and law enforcement agencies around the world everyday. Unique solutions enable progressive training from realistic laser-based engagements to ultra-realistic live-fire exercises.

ADWA partners with companies and organizations within the industry to promote their products, services, membership benefits and overall growth of the industry through education and aggressive public relations. Serving as a ‘PR engine’ for its members, ADWA combines the benefits of marketing and education to inspire credibility among consumers and unity within the industry, and ADWA now broadcasts public policy messages to millions of households via the Outdoor Channel and Versus network.

In its other youth activities, the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance works through the American Deer & Wildlife Foundation, a 501c(3) non-profit organization, to produce a youth publication, Spikes Magazine, host and sponsor numerous outdoor educational classes and events, and organizes ‘first hunts’ and affordable hunting opportunities through its New Hunterz™ program.

For more information on Laser Shot systems, call 281.240.1122. For more information on the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, call 877.331.8607 or visit

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of the deer and wildlife industry, and to help educate consumers and the youth on the conservation issues which effect deer and wildlife as well as the industry. For more information on the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance, call 877.331.8607 or visit

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Dany Pedriani

Lasershot is overpriced.

The other laser simulators sold for $800 (beamhit, iMarksman and etc.)