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Laserlyte Pistol Laser Trainer - LT-Pro
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1 Sat January 16, 2010
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100% of reviewers $70.00 10.0



This new laser trainer fits all of the most popular pistol calibers, mounts inside the barrel and has the sound activated switch showing bullet impact with a laser dot. Every time your hammer or striker fires the small laser dot will flash for 100 milli-seconds simulating bullet impact.

This is the next evolution to the LaserLyte line of laser trainers. This model installs from the muzzle of the barrel and fits tight with the use of LaserLyte’s patented arbor and taper system. The system will fit the weapons chambered in 9mm, 40S&W, 45 ACP that have a minimum of a 2 inch barrel. The LT-Pro will also fit calibers 38 special, .380 Auto, 357 Sig, 10 mm and 45 LC.

The training possibilities are expanded with this model because the trainer will not extend past your muzzle more than .25 inches. This nearly flush mounted laser trainer makes it easier to train from the holster, concealment or close quarters. The mounting system will retain the laser firmly in the barrel during any reloading drills. (LaserLyte strongly recommends the use of snap caps)

This is simply the easiest way to train without ammo for any of your pistols with a 2-inch barrel or longer. The popular calibers listed above can be expensive and hard to find for regular practice. This is the most effective laser training system that will meet all your needs.
Keywords: Laser Training Practice Dry-fire
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MSRP: $99.99

Review Date: Sat January 16, 2010 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $70.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: Easy to install, Gave accurate feedback
Cons: Adjustment tool is easy to lose; need extras

I used this device to augment my dry fire practice with my revolver and Glock 19. The product installed easily and functioned perfectly, even when drawing from a holster. It really helped me see where my shots were going, giving me valuable feedback.

From this feedback, I slowed down on my extension and started working the trigger earlier. These adjustments helped me to get the hits I needed.

The one drawback to this device is the very small tool used to adjust the sight for different calibers. This tool is very susceptible of being lost, so put it immediately after adjusting it for your gun.

I highly recommend this product for anyone who wishes to get some visual feedback during the dry-fire practice sessions.
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