A laser is a light. And in Texas (like many states), it is illegal to use the aid of a light to hunt game animals. But what if it can help blind hunters (with sighted partners) shoot more effectively? From the San Antonio Express-News:
_The commission’s action will amend the TPW code to allow blind hunters to use such sights in deer hunting…
“What this (change) will do is allow someone to stand behind the (blind) hunter and say, ‘Move it up, move it down,'” (a TPW spokesperson) said. “People are already doing it to help blind hunters aim, but without the light.”_
What do you think?