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.