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About LaserMax

LaserMax Products have grown to become a global leader in hardened and miniaturized laser systems, offering a comprehensive line of premium laser sights for home defense, personal protection and training use. The company’s Commercial business provides laser sighting solutions and tactical lights to the firearm OEM and retail channels. LaserMax has developed significant intellectual property in laser technology, resulting in a comprehensive IP portfolio. LaserMax’s commercial business was recently acquired by Crosman Corporation which was founded in 1923; Crosman has been driven by the steadfast pursuit of quality and innovation. Crosman’s history is rooted in the airgun industry, where today Crosman remains the market leader in airguns, airgun ammunition, and consumables. In addition to airguns, Crosman has a diversified product lineup in the outdoor sporting goods industry that includes airsoft as well as firearms optics and archery products under the CenterPoint brand. Crosman is a subsidiary of Compass Diversified Holdings Inc. (NYSE: CODI).

As an OEM supplier to Fortune 500 companies, LaserMax specializes in packaging and ruggedizing laser systems for use in adverse environments.

Typical LaserMax performance trials include exposure to harsh conditions such as:

• intense electromagnetic fields
• extreme temperatures
• high accelerations
• deep water immersion
• salt water spray
• blowing sand
• shock and weapons recoil
• heavy impacts and drops
LaserMax has set the bar for exceptional laser performance and reliability within a diverse range of environments including space platforms and weapons systems. The many types of lasers ruggedized by LaserMax include:

• Guide Rod Lasers
• Solid State Lasers
• Diode Lasers
• Capacitive Touch Activated Lasers
Legacy of innovation

On February 26, 2014, a police chief from Estes Park contacted the LaserMax Warranty Department to request service on a LaserMax-equipped pistol in his department’s possession.

The pistol (a Glock 26) had been recently recovered by the department after spending four months on the bottom of a Colorado lake. Although the gun was dirty and rusty, much to the chief's surprise and delight, the LaserMax sight still worked just fine.

This story is not the first of its kind and we expect that it is far from the last. Such is the absolute dependability of LaserMax products.

As preferred supplier to the world's finest firearm brands and an established military equipment developer through active defense contracts, LaserMax specializes in packaging and ruggedizing laser systems for use in adverse environments. Having set the bar for exceptional laser performance and reliability, LaserMax considers it a matter of pride to uphold the highest standards. This is why every new LaserMax design is subjected to a standard battery of exhaustive tests.


Beyond sheer ruggedness, building products for the world's toughest customers requires originality. After all, what customers want and what customers need is constantly changing. At LaserMax, research and development has always been the dominant thrust of our work. This focus has resulted in more game-changing technological innovation than any other laser sight manufacturer.

When you genuinely care about your customers as much as we do, "good enough" is simply not good enough. We look at things differently. Down to the most subtle aspects of form, function, fit, finish: no small detail escapes the notice of LaserMax inventors and technicians. Whether it is destined for a NASA space platform or your personal carry gun, every LaserMax sight has this legacy of innovation built in.
All Lasers are not created equal

Although equipping a defensive weapon with a laser sight can offer a definite tactical advantage, operator safety is of paramount importance. This is why, for over a quarter century, LaserMax has resisted the urge to adopt fads that might seem like a good idea, but potentially imperil the user in real world situations. All LaserMax sights are built with professional-grade performance and absolute operator safety in mind.