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LaserLyte Offers Caliber-Specific Laser Trainer Cartridges

February 08, 2011  | 


Photo courtesy of LaserLyte.

LaserLyte has introduced caliber-specific Laser Trainer Cartridges that to provide a realistic training option, allowing officers to practice tap, rack, bang or malfunction drills away from the range.

Designed to match popular calibers in 9mm, .40 cal. and .45 ACP, the new Laser Trainer Cartridge fits inside the pistol chamber and features a firing-pin activated switch that indicates bullet impact with a bright red laser dot. For the cost of one or two visits to a local range, shooting enthusiasts can enjoy a lifetime of free training with the Laser Trainer Cartridge at the location that works best for them.

Each Laser Trainer Cartridge easily installs into the firing chamber in seconds, works regardless of barrel length and does not stick out of the barrel. The Laser Trainer Cartridge activates for 100 milliseconds each time the firing pin strikes the cartridge.

The modified cartridge is rimless, so the Laser Trainer Cartridge is not expelled during dry fire, which allows for tap, rack, bang or malfunction training drills. A hardened rubber plunger on the laser also acts as a built-in snap cap to protect the firing pin and two rubber rings on the laser help ensure a proper fit in order to best replicate bullet impact for accurate training.

The Laser Trainer Cartridge requires three 377 batteries, which are good for approximately 3,000 shots. Each model is sold separately for $99.95.

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