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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

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

    Update: never mind; seems fixed.

  2. “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. 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. 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

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