Thursday, May 23, 2013

Sometimes, You Get To Be The Guy That Has All The Luck...

So, yesterday I get home from a rough day in the salt mines (hey, those pencils don't push themselves!) and I find a large box sitting on the counter for me. Now, there's a few outstanding online orders I'm waiting on, but none of them were expected right now - two were recently placed, and the third is from Brownells, who are absolutely awesome about letting you know when backorders are shipping.

Well, it turned out to be a care package from the good folks at LaserLyte:

Here's where I'd like to say that I played it cool, making key mental notes about how to fit different reviews into my schedule, how to go about securing access to a NAA Black Widow, getting around to talking to Smith & Wesson about getting one of the Shields for T&E, etc. The reality was more that when I opened the box I spent about five minutes going "ohboyohboyohboyohboyohboy"...

I've posted about wanting to try out the Trigger Tyme pistol before - it looks like a great way to safely practice drawing from a holster and firing. It should also be a great teaching aid for a new shooter - they can practice grip, stance, and pulling the trigger without having to be on the firing line. They included the LT-Pro that works with the Trigger Tyme, and a set of the Reaction Tyme targets to test it out on. Very nice training aids indeed - I love the LTS Target and use it frequently.

There's a Training Cartridge in .223 for some AR-15 training, and a sleeve for .308 (and other calibers) for dual-purpose. A Shotgun Trainer and a Tri-Rail round out the longarm goodies, and three additional lasers round out the goodie box: a NAA-Venom and S&W Shield pistol-mounted lasers as well as the picatinny mount Center Mass laser. I am going to be busy busy busy with all these new lasers!

Thanks again to the good folks at LaserLyte for the "care package"!

That is all.


Old NFO said...

Envy... sigh

Bubblehead Les. said...

Bring them to Virginia! We'll help you Field Test them!


Jake (formerly Riposte3) said...

So THAT'S what that "Squee!" I heard this morning was all about.

That's some serious volume there, Jay. I'm in southwest Virginia.