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Laser Ammo Releases SureStrike Laser Training System

October 13, 2010  | 


Laser Ammo's SureStrike dry-fire training system emits 5,000 "shots" of microprocessor controlled eye-safe laser pulses. Photo courtesy of Laser Ammo.

Laser Ammo's new SureStrike laser training system transforms any fully operational pistol into a laser-emitting dry-fire training weapon. The SureStrike laser training system comes with a 9mm laser cartridge, the UhrSecure safety system, a quick-user guide, battery pack, and five reflective targets based on classic law enforcement standards, all packaged in a carrying case.

The SureStrike laser cartridge features dimensions similar to a standard ammunition cartridge, allowing it to load into the weapon's chamber through the breech and maintain its place with a safety pipe and nut. The UhrSecure safety system locks the laser cartridge into the chamber and creates a fail-safe mechanism that prevents the loading of a live round.

Activating the firing pin strike will emit a microprocessor controlled eye-safe laser pulse, or a "shot" of red light that simulates the point of impact where a bullet fired from the pistol would have struck. The warranty provides 5,000 "shots" but, if needed, a replacement activation cap is available to guarantee another 5,000 shots.

The SureStrike system helps to improve techniques related to sighting, target acquisition, flinching, trigger operation and self correction, according to the company. The user can also practice drawing, chambering, magazine change, racking the slide, and holstering.

Customized functions for the SureStrike are available with a minimum order. Adapters are available to suit .40 Smith & Wesson, .45 ACP, .45 GAP, .45LC revolvers, and 12-gauge shotguns. Replacement activation caps are also available and allow the SureStrike to function as a bore sight, work with other leading weapon simulation systems, activate electronic targets, and use variable laser beam duration for advanced technique analysis.

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