The new LaserLyte Kryptonyte Center Mass shotgun laser is definitely a step away from traditional laser sighting systems. Â The Center Mass system projects nine laser dots: eight in a circular pattern with the final dot in the center of the ring. Â The idea is to provide the shooter a visual representation of where the shot will strike.
The farther away the target, the larger the circle. Â The approximate spread is 1″ per yard of distance. Â While not exact, this is a relatively decent approximation that has been taught to defensive shotgun shooters using traditional 00-buck loads in an 18″ barrel pump gun.