About the Inventor and His Inspiration for Laser Bullet
David Elliott is the Australian Inventor of the Laser Bullet. The Laser Bullet concept is the realisation of an idea thought of several years ago whilst Zeroing in his beloved .243 Winchester rifle. Having gone through nearly a whole packet of ammo in order to have the rifle shooting "Holes in Holes". David was in dire need of "A better way of doing things." And so the idea of "Laser Bullet" was born.
David is a very keen shooter and loves to hunt: Duck, Quail, Rabbits, Hares, Foxes, Deer and Pigs and dreams of one day being able to hunt the elusive Marco Polo Ram. David was introduced into the world of shooting by his Father Norman at the age of 12. Being a responsible shooter was always part of David's hunting ethics taught to him by his Father.
With the Laser Bullet concept, it is David's strong desire to deliver to his fellow shooters a product that is both affordable and very useful. It is David's desire to always be able to undercut any competitors' products, whilst delivering to hunters a new and novel way of performing a necessary task.
David is currently working on other Laser Bullet products as well as putting much time and effort into developing his business in general. David says:
"This idea is something that was born from my heart and soul. I have every reason for seeing it work and also seeing it becoming a very popular tool of the trade for everyone out there who hunts and would appreciate a better way of zeroing their rifles in."
David grew up in country Victoria, Bairnsdale. He currently lives in Melbourne with his wife Pascale and his son William.