when i bought my bowtech last year i saw on their website they have a laser grip that would fit my bow, i thought that was pretty cool. Not $300 worth of cool, but cool. I personally don't think that lasers really give you much of an advantage. maybe you could squeeze out a few more minutes of shooting, but not much. from my experience in the woods, by the time it gets dark enough to use a laser, its also too dark to even see the deer. i have a light on my fiber optic bow sight and its useless. my pins stay light enough to see well beyond practical shooting light. it doesnt really matter if you can see the dot on the animal, if you cant see the animal, youre still not going to be able to get a shot. i think people have the idea that using a laser means you could hunt all night. well, without also using a spot light, youre not going to be able to see the animal enough to shoot, laser or not. plus, a laser is like a one pin sight that you cant adjust. i wouldnt even want to use one even if it was legal, my range would be decreased from only having one pin. if youre going to use a laser to try to hunt at night, you're probably going to do it whether it's legal or not, that's kind of what it comes down to in my eyes. i dont think it would be a huge deal to let guys use them, but i wouldn't use one even if we could, i just dont think they're practical. i have one on my AR-15, its cool, but pretty useless because i dont shoot at night, and the couple times i tried to, i had to have my target lit up or i couldnt see where to aim. the same thing would happen in the woods. and if youre taking a spot light along so you can see the deer to use your laser at night, you dont need a laser anymore. now the laser isnt even the issue, its the spot light, and i'm sure spot lighting for deer will never become a legal hunting method.