Laser grip maker:

“Quality and innovation are fundamental,” he says, “but that’s understood. It’s how to create an environment that puts you on top and keeps you there that’s the part we needed to develop and keep.”

Full article over at Forbes.  Worth reading if you have any interest at all in the “people” side of business.

It’s always nice to see a gun related company doing well for themselves and getting attention like this on a website / magazine not normally associated with the industry.

I though about my business hopes and dreams list just now, but it quickly spiraled out of control and lost any potential usefulness.

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Hat tip: SayUncle


SOG knives goes full derp operator mall ninja:

Annoying how it never shows the throw and the hit in one continuous clip.  Always the throw *cut* the hit.  Done that way for obvious reasons.

SOG-Tactical-Laser-Axe0:43 – LOL a laser on an axe.  Me = dying of laughter.

I really hope tactical axes start being the tertiary weapon of choice.  How would Starbucks like open axe carry?  Only one way to find out…

Thoughts?  Would operate with?

Hat tip: David


You’re not doing it right if you’re spray painting WITHOUT laser guidance:

Spray painting things normally is so difficult… WHERE IS THE PAINT GOING?  I CAN’T SEE IT. I HAVE NOTHING TO GUIDE ME.  With this tactical laser attachment called the LaserCan you can spray paint bullshit at 200+ yards if you want to, or as close as less than an arms length away.  Hell you can even pretend to know what you’re doing one weekend, have a few too many beers and think you’re going to camouflage your rifle up all operator-like.  You’ll grab some foliage from the “environment” around where you operate (yes near the place where you play Call of Duty and constantly wish a MFer would), you’ll devise a game plan of a base coat, breakup layer, and top layer,and in your mind’s eye it will look PERFECT.  Your rifle will be so finely tuned to your surroundings it will basically be invisible.  WRONG.  Even this laser thing can’t save you my friend.  You’ll spend a half day laying random crap across your rifle and spraying until you realize you’re in way over your head and you now have a rifle that looks like a cat threw up all over a couch from the 70s.


I have a suggestion for LaserCan…. what would be even more operator would be if they made an IR laser version so you had to wear your NVGs haha.

I was told the product is around $25, but the “Buy Now” button on the LaserCan site doesn’t work, so who knows.  More like LaserCAN’T amirite guys? *ba dum ching* *fist bumps all around*

Thoughts?  Would buy?

Hat tip: Cliff


Where’s a shark to mount this on when you need one?

It’s only a matter of time before the lethality of lasers available to the public increase and the price goes down enough for politicians to start flipping out about them.  I remember those incidents from a few years back when derps were aiming them at helicopters and planes and blinding the pilots.  Thankfully that seemed to stop for now but popping balloons is child’s play… give it some time and the crazies will be doing all sorts of new retarded and disgusting things with this amplified light we call the laser.

Shark-with-laser-on-headDoes the right to keep and bear arms include laser guns?  Pfffft of course it does.  Even high battery capacity gatling assault laser guns.

Lots more laser gun creations over at Laser Gadgets, the guy’s website.



Jesse Ingall teaches us how to stunt:


I can’t believe I never considered laser engraving as a way to step my holster game up.  I’ve always been big into tonal color combos.  That engraving appears to just matte the ABS’s regular shiny finish.

I wonder how many holster company biters are going to come out of the woodwork now and jack Jesse’s steez?  The apparatus gets blessed, and suckas get put to rest.



Predator only had 3 beams… Laserlyte has 9:

Pretty cool how just because of the way the beam is split, the dot pattern tightens and opens up depending on distance to target just like the spread of a shotgun.

Available over at Laserlyte.  The Green laser version is $285 (Actually cheaper on Amazon – $250) and the Red laser version will be available in 2 months for $150 and will fit pistols and long guns.

Oh yeeaaaaaahhh.

Thoughts?  How many of you guys are going to pick one of these up? Pretty decent idea for home defense I would imagine, except all that light could might ruin your night vision.

Hat tip: Kim