Shoot for Bragging Rights at LaserLyte’s NRA Show Booth

Laserlyte at NRA Meetings
Laserlyte at NRA Meetings


COTTONWOOD, Ariz. -( LaserLyte, innovators in firearms laser technologies, proudly invites NRA Members to shoot our entire Laser Shooting Gallery at the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings.

Laser Training is free and fun for the entire family at LaserLyte booth #1524, come challenge your buddies for bragging rights!

Included in LaserLyte’s new booth display for 2017 is a brand new product line that includes three NEW trainer targets: Quick Tyme, Rumble Tyme and Steel Tyme Targets. The all-new Laser Gun Sight Trainer will also be on display, which is the world’s first all-in-one Laser Sight and Laser Trainer!

New products will also be for sale at special show prices while supplies last.

At the 2016 NRA Show, LaserLyte’s Score Tyme Versus Kit earned top honors by winning the American Rifleman Golden Bullseye Accessory of the Year Award for the Laser Score Tyme Versus Kit, which will be available at the 2017 show for attendees to compete against each other for bragging rights.

LaserLyte enjoys the opportunity to meet and greet our core audience each year at the NRA Show. Hosted at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, the 2017 NRA Show is expected to attract roughly 80,000 NRA Members from April 28-30.


About LaserLyte:

LaserLyte, the leader in laser technology for over 26 years. Our mission is to heighten the experience of shooting. Now LaserLyte offers a 3-year warranty for all products sold new, including products sold new up to three years ago.

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BillyBob Texas

Anyone use this stuff – and LIKE it? I am trying to be a better competitive shooter – IDPA – and want to work on speed and accuracy. NOT for games. This any good for THAT?
Thx. (Or some other GOOD training system?)


I’m not really sure about training for IDPA. For other uses, yet. I’ve been using their older model cans and target with their barrel insert (not the silly little blue gun) for my boys to get more trigger time. Their accuracy (and accuracy at further distances) has greatly improved when it comes to actual range time. Their double action shots have improved immensely (Sig P series, M92, etc.). Part of that, I am sure, is strengthening of their trigger finger with the increased trigger time these afford. Picked up a set of the new rumble cans and two of the… Read more »

BillyBob Texas

Thank you for that info. I know it may not be the best for IDPA, but merely being able to be moving and still hit something – and quickly – will help me. a lot.

Anyone have any other ‘systems’ they’ve used and liked…or not?