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Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by LooseCannon, Apr 19, 2011.


  1. LooseCannon

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    I just got my NRA American Rifleman magazine and saw a product review for the LaserLyte Training Cartridge. (page 30 April Issue) It's basically a snap cap with a laser that is lit by the firing pin and projects the beam down the barrel and shows you what you "hit".

    I wish I'd thought of that! Comes in 9mm, .40 and.45

    www.laserlyte.com. A hundred bucks but would take dry firing to the next level.
     

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  2. Mamaluke

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    Would have liked it more if you could chamber a round via the magazine.
     

  3. bentbiker

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  4. Dave.1

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    I was skeptical but got one 'cause I couldn't get out in the snow to shoot but now I'm sold.

    Really nice for practice when you can't get out or have just a short time. Really helps with trigger control and grip.

    Dave
     
  5. KarlThomas

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    Would have liked it more if it was $20.
     
  6. Glock 17L

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    Yeah I've always wondered why some laser devices are so expensive being a laser pointer costs no more than $3-$4??
    Lasergrips, Guide rods, aiming devices etc shouldn't cost very much..
    Looks like they'd make a laser into a dummy round that flashed when the firing pin strikes the primer button & could be used on any firearm of the same caliber?? And make in For $20-$25..
     
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