Monday, December 10, 2012

Nationwide...

This past weekend I was the guest of Wally at his local range for some rifle goodness (more on this later. It was a very good day). We met at Cabela's for some last-minute shopping (which we ditched seeing as how the line actually stretched back into Canada), and while we were casually nosing around Cabela's I saw this display:


Yeah, that's an entire rack of caliber-specific laser boresighters. But take a closer look:


Made by none other than our good friends at LaserLyte! (.223 Remington? Flippin' SWEET!). Looks like things are going well if they're the house brand for Cabela's! I've been impressed with the boresighters and caliber-specific laser training tools (especially the Laser Training target, which is a crazy amount of fun and good practice for the cold winter months).

It's good to see a good company get their due!

That is all.

7 comments:

Dave H said...

Do you know if they make a trainer for .223? I have one that goes in the muzzle but it only fits .30 and larger.

Jay G said...

Dave,

Why yes, yes they do.

I've got the .45, .40, 9mm, and .380 cartridges, and have found them to work very well for around-the-house purpose. Hang a target on the back wall, train away!

Dave H said...

Thanks! I gots me a idear that involves lasers and computers.

Oh, be still my heart - they have an adaptor for .30-06 too? Now my Mini-14 and the M1 Garand can play together!

Robert said...

And made in the USA. Bonus!

Wally said...

Based on my experience with that manufacturer, I think the retailer plans onselling eexactly one, but has inventory on hand to allow for exchanges of failed units.

TheAxe said...

I've been trying to find a decent boresight for a while. I'll have to grab one.

Ed said...

I have stuff that I ordered from the Cabela's catalog over 35 years ago, but....

I searched "laserlyte laser trainer 9-mm cartridge" online, and found other places that will sell it $30-$50 cheaper than Cabela's.