LaserMax completed the Midwave Aiming Laser contract delivering prototypes to the customer.
LaserMax Delivers Multispectral Thermal Laser Markers to U.S. SOCOM Midwave Aiming Laser contract completed
Military, law enforcement, and security professionals in Lexington, South Carolina are gearing up for the inaugural training stop of the 2016 Lights, Sights, Lasers (LSL) U.S. Tour.
The LSL Tour, founded by Wes Doss of Khyber Interactive Associates, will present its dynamic curriculum at the Cascade County Sheriffs Office at no cost for military personnel, law enforcement officers, and security specialists.
Wes Doss, the founder of Khyber Interactive Associates, is now traveling to the Maynard Police Department in Massachusetts for Stop 13 of the 2015 Lights, Sights, Lasers US Tour.
The American Police Hall of Fame Shooting Center in Titusville, Florida hosts Wes Doss’ live-fire training curriculum on Stop 12 of the 2015 Lights, Sights, Lasers US Tour.
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.
Retired Police Officer and Firearms Instructor Bob Cutt shares his experience with LaserMax recoil spring guide red laser for his Beretta 92FC.
LaserMax will exhibit its diverse product portfolio to national defense professionals at the upcoming Special Operations Industry Conference (SOFIC).
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.