LaserLyte Jumps Into the Whole Zombie Thing Too

Oh, what-the-hell-ever. You can read the press release after the jump if you have nothing better to do.

COTTONWOOD, AZ (March 2012) –  LaserLyte®,
answers the growing need for Zombie killer laser products with the side mount CK-AMFZK for the Ruger LCP and Kel-Tec .380 and the CK-AMF9ZK for the Ruger LC9 and Kel-Tec PF9. These new LaserLyte Zombie Killer Editions are easy to mount, easy to use, inexpensive to buy, and most of all, they are in a bright Zombie green.

The side lasers are easy to mount on the gun by simply pushing out and replacing the stock frame pins with the new threaded pins (included).  Mount the CK-AMF9ZK or CK-AMFZK to these pins with the included screw. Then push the ergonomic activation button with the index finger and the laser is on target. The programmable laser features a pulse or constant on mode and also has an auto-off function to prevent an unwanted battery drain. An added benefit is that the laser actually helps to provide safer trigger control by acting as a finger guide without

LaserLyte Zombie Killer CK-AMF9ZK
blocking the laser beam.  The smooth, no-snag design of the laser allows the pistol to easily holster in any available nylon or leatherpocket holster on the market.

Compact, lightweight and easy-to-use, the LaserLyte® CK-AMF9ZK and CK-AMFZK give you the edge in close quarter Zombie situations for only $99.95, a price far lower than the competition, but far superior in quality.


  1. avatar Jeff says:

    So… and a biohazard symbol = zombie.

    1. avatar koolaidguzzler says:

      I had a similar question — how did florescent green become the international zombie symbol?

      1. avatar sdog says:

        ask the toxic avenger i guess.

  2. avatar MadDawg J says:

    While the whole zombie craze may seem stupid at first, I love it. I do not think anything in recent times has done more to make firearms more mainstream and unstigmatized with the 20-30somethings. I spend a good bit of time working with IT types and while a conversation on what would be the best round/gun to take down “Bambi” or “Babe” will result in nasty looks and comments and being ostracized, a conversation about the best round/gun for a zombie outbreak results in the majority emphatically joining in the conversation. Many of the same people that 2 or 3 years ago would not social talk to me since I own guns are the ones now who are always talking to me about guns and wanting to go to the range together. Also when you compare the “mob mentality” found in riots to “zombie outbreak” they are not that different. It is planing for the worse case situation just under a different name.

    1. avatar Jake says:

      Hah! same here…Working with a bunch of IT geeks the easiest way to start a gun convo is to talke about zombies!

    2. avatar C says:

      Yup. I’ve found the exact same thing to be true. Not only for firearms, but for preparedness and self reliance as a whole.

  3. avatar Garynyer says:

    I dont know why but the bright greem is pleasing to my eye, im sure alot of people will say boo about this, but its better then the usual blah colors for gear

  4. avatar Tyler says:

    Zombies movies are cool, books about zombies are cool, talking to geek friends about zombies is fun. It seems logical that zombie themed firearms and accesseries would also be cool but for some reason they just aren’t.

    1. avatar Matt G. says:

      This exactly.

  5. avatar Sam Wright says:

    Does It come in camo for hunting zombies in the woods?

  6. avatar borekfk says:

    I think this zombie fad jumped the shark last year at Halloween, when a company released the PC game expansion pack “RailWorks 3: Trains vs. Zombies”. I love trains, but that was a bit too much.

    1. avatar Wes S. says:

      For my money, I think the zombie fad jumped the shark when Hornady brought out their “Zombie Max” line of defensive ammunition.

      Was in the KC Cabela’s over the weekend; they had an entire display case devoted to Z-Max.


      1. avatar psmcd says:

        I wanted to try some Critical Defense and found the zombie version for 3 bucks less. Never had a laser but sooner or later, when the fad stuff goes on sale, maybe I’ll pick one up cheap for my LC9. Nothing a black magic marker won’t fix. Mostly, I figure when it comes to pistols, the more obscure the better.

  7. avatar Curzen says:

    I kinda want to get this and a raspberry pink LCP…

  8. avatar Ralph says:

    I hate shows about slow-footed, dim-witted, smelly cannibals, which is why I never watch C-Span.

  9. avatar Sanchanim says:

    Holy mother of all things lime green!!!!!
    Ok ok I am an IT consultant I admit it but dang it is cool!
    Not sure if green is my color though… Personally I would prefer black.
    Also for defensive situations against armed assailants he or she could use it in reduced light situations to track back to you, so use it wisely.
    As for zombies ROCK ON!!!!

    1. avatar MadDawg J says:

      They also make them in black, just drop the ZK from the part number.

      1. avatar Sanchanim says:

        Whew!!! For a minute there I was worried I would have to change my entire wardrobe to match my new equipment! 🙂

  10. avatar Anon in CT says:

    Is it impolite that the whole Zombie thing with respect to firearms is merely a coded reference to r either (a) the day the peasants / OWS types decide to ditch the drum circles and pick up pitchforks or (b) the starving masses resulting from an epic natural disaster? It’s too gauche to discuss it in stark terms, so we all just joke about zombies instead.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      Or it could just be about zombies.

  11. avatar John D says:

    The Zombies are coming!

  12. avatar Aharon says:

    Even Ka-Bar knives has its own neon-green handled Zombie Knife line with names like Death Dagger and Pestilence Chopper.

  13. avatar sdog says:

    i am a walking dead comic book fan years BEFORE the show, and i can say that the “zombie” thing is killing me.

    1. avatar Sanchanim says:

      LMAO.. So long as you don’t come back wanting to eat my brains I guess we are ok!

    2. avatar Derek says:

      “i am a (enter populr thing here) fan years BEFORE the show (was popular)”

      Hipster 😛

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