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BE Meyers & Co’s MAWL-DA In Action

This is the latest and greatest video from B.E. Meyers & Co. which highlights some of the features and capabilities of its Modular Advanced Weapon Laser (MAWL) series of weapon lasers. Shot in the Pacific Northwest with a team of local Law Enforcement Officers who regularly use the MAWL in their day (and night) jobs, they put the MAWL through its paces in a darkened training facility where proper illumination technology often makes the difference between success and failure.


Beam clarity, ergonomics, and the benefits of the MAWL’s unique operation method are on full display here as pitch black rooms are cleared.

I recently learned a new term from Matt Meyers; Photonic Barrier, which he defines as the effect of a light source that is so bright or directional, that it does not allow objects/individuals beyond it, or adjacent to it to be identified, thus concealing the visibility of these objects/individuals from the observer.

The MAWL-DA is designed specifically to push past that Photonic Barrier and you’ll see the team do just that, thanks in part, to the MAWL-DA’s high powered VCSEL NIR diodes. They also show off how quickly the MAWL’s beam divergences can be adjusted to accommodate rapidly shifting engagement distances, or specific illumination challenges.

Depicting what the MAWL is capable of on video is tough. I’d recommend everyone get out there and shoot a course of fire under NODs with one, but let’s face it, that’s a tall order.

Fortunately, they’ve done a great job with this video which will give end users a small taste of what’s tactically possible with a MAWL integrated into their Low-light/no-light system.

B.E. Meyers & Co. has additional content in the works showcasing other scenarios where the MAWL’s capabilities become invaluable, but this video will give you a solid foundation on the MAWL’s basic operation and functionality.


One Response to “BE Meyers & Co’s MAWL-DA In Action”

  1. Nicely done. Obviously vids and pics never do justice to how good the unit performs.