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LaserLyte Partners with NSSF’s First Shots Program

LaserLyte’s unique Bullseye laser training systems offer new shooters the chance to build confidence and control in total safety.

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COTTONWOOD, AZ (March 2014) – LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, has donated more than $20,000 of retail product to the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s First Shots® program, including the company’s Trigger Tyme™ Pistols, Laser Training Targets and Training Lasers.

LaserLyte® is operated by the father-and-son team of Larry and Aaron Moore, both avid target shooters and hunters. The company is known for many firearm laser products, including its Trigger Tyme™ Training Pistol, Laser Trainers and Interactive Targets. The new Bullseye Training Kit includes all the products mentioned above in theTLB-BEK. This kit will provide important and fun training equipment for both newcomers and experienced target shooters. This new system is in honor of the NSSF’s First Shots® program and a logical next step in the evolution of LaserLyte® training systems.

“It is our honor and privilege to participate in such a vital program for new shooters,” Aaron Moore, VP of Sales and Marketing for LaserLyte® commented. “Our products, with the support of the First Shots program, will introduce thousands of new shooters to our industry.”

Operated by NSSF member host ranges, First Shots® provides an introduction to target shooting for newcomers and also offers a Second Round component to provide novices with the next step in their introduction to the shooting sports and firearms safety.

“This generous donation of laser training equipment from LaserLyte® is a perfect fit for First Shots® and will help participants learn about safe gun handling, trigger pull, target acquisition and other shooting skills,” said Tisma Juett, manager of the First Shots® program.

LaserLyte® product packages will be made available to ranges that host First Shots® Second Round events, specifically to help participants learn how to safely draw from a holster and use proper trigger control to put shots on target prior to supervised live-fire exercises.

Learn more about LaserLyte® at its website and about First Shots® at www.firstshots.org.

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