New From LaserLyte: Kryptonyte Center Mass Laser

LaserLyte’s latest entry into the green light laser landscape is the Kryptonyte Center Mass Laser. It projects a little constellation of eight dots arrayed in a circle around a center aiming point. Why? Because they can! Also because – as they say – the celestial configuration works better with rails longer than three inches and gets you on target faster. No really. Press release after the jump . . .

Cottonwood, AZ (October 2012) – LaserLyte®, innovators of firearms laser technology, are proud to introduce the Kryptonyte® Center Mass™ Laser; an industry-first, laser system displaying a ring of green laser dots surrounding the center aiming laser for rifle and shotgun.

Developed to decrease target acquisition time and increase levels of accuracy for rifles and shotguns with a Picatinny rail (3 inches or longer), the LaserLyte CM-15 helps the user quickly center the shot within the ring. The CM-15 projects a ring of 8 green laser dots with one green laser dot in the center as the aiming laser. The circle grows at one-inch per yard, approximately the same configuration as a shotgun aimed at a moving target. The green laser, which aids in daylight visibility, gives the user the advantage of a wide field-of-view while using both eyes for aiming.

The user-friendly, military-styled laser with clear laser engraved markings has a recessed activation selector that can be changed to off, constant on and momentary on. The remote switch is used with the 10-inch length, 2-inch tape switch area with copper braided cord.

The compact and lightweight Kryptonyte® Center Mass™ Laser is made from aircraft grade 6061 aluminum with a T3 hardness and black anodized to Level 2 hardness for maximum durability. The laser is fully adjustable with hex drive screws protected by sealed turret caps. The offset design of the CM-15 allows for a variety of mounting options.

The LaserLyte® Kryptonyte® Center Mass™ Laser gets sport shooters and professionals on the target faster, increasing accuracy and overall hits. For more information, visit

LaserLyte® CM-15 Specifications:
Compatible Firearms: AR’s, AK’s, rifles and shotguns with a Picatinny rail 3-inches or longer
Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw
Programmable: Constant On, Momentary On, Off
Batteries: 1 x CR-123
Battery Life: 6 hours
Weight: 5.4 ounces/0.153 kg
Material: Aircraft Grade 6061 aluminum
Length: 3 inches/7.619 cm
Width: 2.43 inches/ 6.172 cm
Height: 1.37 inches/3.479
MSRP: $284.95


  1. avatar Moonshine says:

    Okay, knock it off. Clicking on someone’s comment on the front page sends me here. Annoying.

    Update: never mind; seems fixed.

  2. avatar Mark says:

    “The circle grows at one-inch per yard, approximately the same configuration as a shotgun aimed at a moving target”. So it’s supposed to show when your shot pattern has spread so far you can’t get enough pellets on the target to be effective?

  3. avatar Brett says:

    If they made the spread adjustable then we’d really have something. That way you could tune the lasers to your shotgun’s spread pattern.

  4. avatar DrewN says:

    If you need an optic and a laser to get hits with a shotgun at self defense distances, there’s probably no help for you. This is quite possibly one of the stupidest products I have ever seen.

    1. avatar kb says:

      I would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone about how any well adjusted laser-aiming device allows you to accurately fire from the hip, or any other compromising position that you might be forced into while in a tactical defense situation.

      1. avatar DrewN says:

        So does lots of practice though. More fun too.

    2. avatar John Peterson says:

      I would have said the same thing when I was 20 or 30 years old. Now that my eyes are 67 (as well as the rest of me), I have a different perspective. Especially with a Mossberg 590 Shockwave Rapter which is designed to be fired from off the shoulder.

  5. avatar ensitu says:

    Flashlight, Check.
    Axe Body Spray, Check.
    Can Opening Zombie Killing Bayonet, Check.
    Light Show, Check.

    1. avatar 16V says:

      Don’t forget a GoPro (or your iphone) on a rail so you can post it all to your Facebook…

  6. avatar Will says:

    Next someone will make a laser that mimics the one from the Predator movies.

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