Most Gunblast readers love to shoot, but like
everything else, shooting costs money. Also, it can be time
consuming to pack up all the gear to go to a shooting range. The
result is, most of us do not shoot as often as we would like to.
Dry-fire practice at home can be useful, but now, there is an
even better way. I recently received this new laser training
device from LaserLyte. It is very much like my trusted LaserLyte
Bore Sighter that I use almost everyday. However, this laser
trainer does not have a laser that burns all the time. The laser
is activated by the hammer dropping or the striker movement of a
handgun. Pull the trigger, and a momentary laser beam is fired
at the target, whether that target be a standard shooting paper
target, or a doorknob across the room. Almost anything can now
serve as a target, because you are not firing real ammo, but
only a laser. This is a pretty cool little device, and with
today’s ammo costs, can save a lot of money very quickly.
Of course, the Laserlyte Laser Trainer does
not simulate recoil, so actual firing of your weapon is still
necessary to attain proficiency, but the Laserlyte unit gives
instant feedback of your point shooting or aiming abilities. It
also shows how steady you hold when the hammer drops, and is an
excellent training device to teach trigger control. I have been
playing with this Laser Trainer for several days now, and really
like it for indoor practice. To teach a new shooter, starting
with the Laser Trainer is a great resource, and can show even a
seasoned shooter how to better control that trigger. As of this
writing, the suggested retail price is only $79.95, so it will
pay for itself very quickly in saved ammo costs, and allow you
to become more proficient with your weapon without the time and
expense of going to a range everyday.
The Laserlyte Laser Trainer comes with
batteries, daylight target, bore adaptors, and a plastic carry
pouch. For more information and to order online, go to www.laserlyte.com.
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