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☠️Victim of piracy🏴‍☠️

It always seems to happen just as I'm getting ready to close up for the night or putting the finishing touches on an important document. There's a *new* OS update!!! I hold my breath every time I see one of those--now almost--daily things. Remember the Microsoft BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)?

Lots of folks are rediscovering the LASR Classic program they bought during the COVID lockdown, with a handful getting the scary message about possibly being the victim of software piracy. Or perhaps you don't have a valid internet connection.

But there's no need to panic!


Lots of folks are rediscovering the LASR Classic program they bought during the COVID lockdown, only to get the scary message--

You may be a victim of software piracy. Or perhaps you don't have a valid internet connection.


If this is you, welcome back to LASR Classic. We've got your 6!

A while back, LASR released an update to LASR Classic to address some of the things the Constance updates or move from Windows 10 to 11 may have affected.

Your Lifetime License is still valid.

If you still have the email address you used to claim your LASR Classic license OR your original order number, try this quick LASR Classic license recovery tool to have the new installer file emailed to you (click here).

P.S. Are you wondering why folks want to get back into LASR Classic and save on range fees and ammo while they train? Check out the LASR Classic Pack for $249. It has everything you'll need but your laser trainer.

 

Also, when you're ready, here are a few ways we can help--

  1. Join our free community on Facebook at (The LASR Nation)

  2. Ultimately you prove your all dry fire practice with live fire. You can check ammo prices here.

  3. Time's almost up if you want to take classes from nationally acclaimed A-Level instructors in one weekend. Check out the Guardian Conference.

  4. Looking for the best in first aid or medical kits? We recommend the Mountain Man Medical Kits. It's the same one we have in our office! Created by Doc McLaughlin, a Navy Corpsman who knows how to keep Marines stitched together!

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