Arrow Laser Shot
I have been shooting since I was 12 years old – the outdoors was always where I wanted to be. Rifle shooting in the Army, especially the time I spent as a sniper, really didn’t help my shotgun shooting: with disappointing results I gradually drifted away from shooting shotguns.
In 1995-1996, a friend and I both decided to get back into shooting again. He was a farm manager and very keen on clay shooting and keeping control of the rabbits and pigeons on his farm. We shot as often as we could and I soon realised that my shooting was still pretty bad. A trip to a coach proved that my gun was not fitted to me and was shooting way too low, but my main problem was that as a rifle shooter I was stopping the gun.
I looked around to see what was available to help me practice at home and there was nothing that I thought would help, so as my background is engineering I set about designing something that I thought I could use.
And so Arrow Laser Shot, as it was later to become known, was born.
I had prototypes made and, within four months, I had a working model. It was not as accurate as I would have liked, but it did show me my gun fit. More importantly, it showed that while swinging the gun with the target I was stopping the gun when I fired. Ater a short while of intensive practice I was keeping the gun moving after I had fired.
I had thought that I was fairly knowledgeable about guns, but this showed me how much I didn’t know – so if I didn’t know as much as I thought I knew, how many other people out there were in the same boat? With a bit of market research and re-design of my now named Arrow Laser Shot, we started selling in the UK and around the world in 1997 – designing, developing and selling our products to do just what our motto says:
“What we make helps you shoot better, since 1997”
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Arrow Laser Shot