How many of you have lasers on your home defense firearm? How many of you with those lasers have walked around your house with the laser on when it is dark? If you have windows that do not have curtains over them, take notice that the laser quite readily reflects back towards you as if the window was a mirror, just like a flashlight does (on the latter, a major portion of the light is reflected back at the person depending on how wide the beam is). Ditto for mirrors and possibly other highly reflective objects. Yes, it usually is off at an angle somewhat (or a lot, depending on the angle you are to the glass), but it occurred to me that this is at least not desirable, possibly dangerous (lasers not being good things to look at as they can damage your eyes, even when reflected).