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  1. New from LaserMax, the Spartan™ series features a revolutionary mounting system that is easily adapted to achieve ideal placement on handgun accessory rails. Dual electronic touch pads are ample in size and have been elongated to ensure effortless activation with all finger lengths and hand sizes. The Spartan laser will be offered in both red and green variants. What is so different about Spa...

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  2. The American Police Hall of Fame Shooting Center in Titusville, Florida will soon host Wes Doss and his dynamic live fire training curriculum on Stop 12 of the 2015 Lights, Sights, Lasers US Tour. Unmatched in its category, the LSL Tour offers cost-free training to military, law enforcement and security specialists at exclusive locations throughout the United States in an effort to enhance p...

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  3. LaserMax, the principal innovator of laser sights for firearms, has partnered with Experticity to engage its most influential brand experts through Experticitys 3point5.com knowledge and incentives network. With 3point5, LaserMax will be able to empower sales associates with the knowledge they need to impact buying conversations. The network also incentivizes associates with exclusive discounts on...

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  4. LaserMax is headed to Meridian, MS in the holster of Wes Doss, founder of Khyber Interactive Associates and lead instructor of the Lights, Sights, Lasers US Tour. Stop 11 of the tour will be hosted by Modern Outfitters, a state-of-the-art indoor training facility and firearms retailer. The LSL Tour provides free classroom and live-fire training for military, law enforcement and security spec...

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  5. Driven by the need to meet domestic sourcing requirements of the United States Military, Rochester, New York has dominated the field of optical engineering for over 100 years. Now, after an extensive Department of Defense-sponsored competition, Rochester NY has been selected as headquarters for the Integrated Photonics Institute for Manufacturing Innovation (IP-IMI) which the nation will loo...

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  6. As part of its ongoing commitment to our nations warfighters, LaserMax recently conducted a comprehensive training course, spanning several days, for an undisclosed group of active duty US Army Infantryman preparing for combat deployment to Afghanistan. In addition to providing supplementary instruction on the use of service-issued Beretta M9 handgun and laser sights, LaserMax official Training Co...

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  7. The worlds smallest and toughest rail mounted laser sighting system just got better. Designed to withstand the rigors of repeated fire on subcompact handguns, the LaserMax Micro has been a top seller since its introduction in 2010. Now offered in green and equipped with advanced features and programming, the MICRO-2-G represents the newest generation of Micro laser technology. Key innovation...

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  8. My name is Bob Cutt, I’m a retired Police Officer after serving 26 years, 17 in the Vice Unit. I was also a Firearms Instructor and ran the unit’s training monthly. I was provided with a LaserMax recoil spring guide red laser for my Beretta 92FC for testing and evaluation.My primary job was electronic surveillance, in support of 3 street narcotics enforcement teams. On one occasion, information w...

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  9. In advance of the Armed Forces Day weekend, LaserMax official Training Coordinator, SSG Joseph DAmbrosia, US Army (Ret.), recently conducted an in-depth live-fire training course, Close Quarters Combat: Carbines and Lasers, for a group of active-duty US Army professionals preparing for deployment to Afghanistan. The course centered on the use of the current service-issued visible/IR laser sights, ...

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  10. By Joseph D’Ambrosia My first experience with LaserMax came in 2006, in Paktika Province, Afghanistan. I was a mere teenager and had freshly arrived in country, boots-on-the-ground the very same year I graduated high school. I was handed a Beretta M9 while serving as a machine gunner on the M240B. Having arrived late in country to an already deployed platoon,* the M9 had already belonged to a few...

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