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LaserLyte Introduces Laser Trainer Target

February 03, 2011  | 


LaserLyte has introduced its interactive Laser Trainer Target to save shooters time, money and ammunition. The target can be paired with the original Laser Trainer, Laser Trainer Pro and new Laser Trainer Cartridge to teach shooting skills, such as unsighted fire, accuracy, grouping and trigger control.

The Laser Trainer Target provides delayed shooting feedback. To use the Laser Trainer Target, simply aim at the target and dry fire the weapon with any LaserLyte Laser Trainer. To display impact, fire the laser at the red display circle on the face of the Laser Trainer Target. When finished, simply dry fire the laser aimed at the red reset circle to begin again with a fresh target.

The interactive target operates with three AAA batteries, which lasts for about 6,000 shots, and can register shots from up to 50 yards away. The Laser Trainer Target contains 62 laser-activated LED lights. It retails for $199.95.

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