Hit a metal plate angled the wrong way and you'll do the same with a gun.It's worse than a real gun in some respects. Hit a reflective surface with it and you are just as likely to blind yourself or blind some unlucky person out and about.
That Is no where near the same... The odds are astronomically different bud.Hit a metal plate angled the wrong way and you'll do the same with a gun.
Definitely want to use it in a controlled environment though, no reflective surfaces. :thumbsup
What's the range on a knife? Lasers like this which have true line of sight firing, not like a rifle you'd have to adjust for wind and distance, etc, can permanently blind pilots on final approach and are fairly easy to hide. Plus, how often have you seen ****ing idiotic kids pointing laser pointers at people's eyes? These should require a background check like handguns.....and you could kill someone with a knife which are a lot easier to get hold of.