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Bravo! – All aboard the laser train(ing) – Bravo!
Lil Chantilly has a review of the Laserlyte Laser training cartridge at the above link that you should check out.
I reviewed one a while back and still love it. I use the heck out of that thing and am sure that I will one day end up running it into the ground… I’ll let you know if that ever happens.
*Amazon has the best price on them… here
Awesome way to cut down on ammo costs. I have used their pistol versions and they are a great way to train.
LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, are proud to announce the most highly anticipated addition to the LaserLyte® family of laser training cartridges; the LT-223, .223 Caliber Training Cartridge. The in-the-chamber design of the LT-223 allows the user to realistically train anywhere and practice tap, rack, bang or malfunction drills in the comfort of one’s own home.
The LT-223 fits inside the cartridge chamber and features a firing-pin activated switch that indicates bullet impact with a bright red laser dot. A built-in snap cap protects the firing pin and O-rings hold the laser accurately in place allowing for repeated dry fire practice without compromising accuracy. The rim-less cartridge trainer also allows for constant racking without unintentional ejection.
The LT-223 Training Cartridge is LaserLyte® Trainer Target compatible. Incorporating the LaserLyte® TLB-1 system into any training practice provides the user with an interactive, low-cost training tool for unsighted fire, accuracy, grouping and trigger control.
The LaserLyte® LT-223 is the foundation training cartridge for an array of new Training Cartridge Sleeves for many popular hunting calibers. The LaserLyte® Training Cartridges in the new rifle calibers give young and first-time shooters the opportunity to practice the fundamentals, as well as, refine trigger control skills for shooters of all levels. The rimmed sleeves are made of solid brass and work perfectly in all bolt-action rifles. The LT-223, in combination with any of the new Training Cartridge Sleeves and the LaserLyte® Trainer Target, can improve the success of any hunt or target shoot with realistic, anytime-anyplace, affordable training.
For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com.
Cottonwood, AZ (November 2012) - LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, have developed a new interactive target system with dual modes for reaction and training; the LaserLyte Reaction Tyme Target, TLB-RT. This new laser training system comes with two (2) targets for more realistic training scenarios. Each target works independently of each other providing the user a variety of scenarios from near-to-far or left-to-right shooting.
Not too long ago I had a package show up here at the Gunmart Blog Test Kitchen from the good people over at Laserlyte. Inside of said package was Laserlyte’s newest offering… The Kryptonyte Center Mass Green Laser.
LaserLyte Introduces the VENOM Laser for the North American Arms Black Widow and Mini Master Pistols
Cottonwood, AZ (November 2012) - LaserLyte®,
known for the smallest pistol lasers on the market today, introduce the VENOM laser for the Black Widow Pistol and the Mini Master by North American Arms. The ultra-concealable .22 Mag NAA pistols are now even more formidable with the addition of the just-over-half-an-ounce programmable laser. Continue reading
I mentioned this cool new product last week. Laserlyte already has them available for sale…. via Amazon
ottonwood, AZ (October 2012) - LaserLyte®, innovators of firearms laser technology, are proud to introduce the Kryptonyte® Center Mass™ Laser; an industry-first, laser system displaying a ring of green laser dots surrounding the center aiming laser for rifle and shotgun.
Developed to decrease target acquisition time and increase levels of accuracy for rifles and shotguns with a Picatinny rail (3 inches or longer), the LaserLyte CM-15 helps the user quickly center the shot within the ring. The CM-15 projects a ring of 8 green laser dots with one green laser dot in the center as the aiming laser. The circle grows at one-inch per yard, approximately the same configuration as a shotgun aimed at a moving target. The green laser, which aids in daylight visibility, gives the user the advantage of a wide field-of-view while using both eyes for aiming