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Amazon has the LaserLyte Laser Trainer 9MM for $49.24.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

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Drop this in the chamber, pull the trigger and the laser will tell you how well you shoot.

The caliber-specific laser trainer cartridge inserts into the chamber and is ready to train in seconds. The dual o-rings keep the laser centered and accurate. The built-in rubber snap cap protects your firing pin.

The firing pin activates the laser that flashes for 1/10th of a second. If the laser is a dot, great shot. If the laser is a streak, bad technique.

The virtual ammo will not run out, you will only need to change the batteries after a few thousand shots.

Train at home with the comfort of your favorite couch and air conditioning. Save time on trips to the range. Save money on ammo and gas. Power Output: 650nm, 5mW, Class IIIa
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Never knew these existed. Where have you been my whole life???
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Never knew these existed. Where have you been my whole life???
If you are buying. Consider buying a laser target too.

LaserLyte Trainer Target Quick Tyme https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L450...jAbKP6FXVQ
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Nice find OP. These rarely go on sale, and when they do it's only a buck or two off. I had an alert for over a year I had forgotten about. Repped
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Never knew these existed. Where have you been my whole life???
There are basically 3 main competitors for these types of trainers now. iTarget, LaserLyte, and SureStrike. I like the iTarget setup just because of the app and the target stand it comes with, which is actually pretty basic and works with any laser trainer, but nice that its included in the price.
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I was all ready to order until I realized you need to buy another $100-$200 in accessories to make this thing worth the $$ you are paying... While I do think it's a GREAT way to safely train at home, I just can't cough up that kind of money right now. Thanks 4 posting OP!
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Keep in mind folks that this works best for double-action firearms. So for a glock or DA/SA or DAO pistols you'd load the trainer, aim and pull the trigger, witness the laser blip, then have to manually rack the slide in order to reset the firing pin and repeat the process. Not ideal for my training, but perhaps good for others.

Also if you run a revolver you'd need multiple trainers (on for each bullet you want to "test" in your cylinder. Not a bad thing necessarily, but can get expensive.
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I have the G-Sight version of this. Got it last week. It's a bit cheaper . Also has Android app to use to see your results. We played with it for a couple hours the other night and seen a difference at the range the next day. Helps create better muscle memory and helps try and break you of anticipating the recoil.

Definitely with the cost in my opinion.
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dead? its back to 95$ it doesnt look hard to manufacture, why is it so expensive? it should cost like $10 or less


a quick search on google returns 10$ laser bullet at walmart. that makes more sense to me
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dead? its back to 95$ it doesnt look hard to manufacture, why is it so expensive? it should cost like $10 or less


a quick search on google returns 10$ laser bullet at walmart. that makes more sense to me

Do you have a link? I can't seem to find a laser trainer at Walmart
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dead? its back to 95$ it doesnt look hard to manufacture, why is it so expensive? it should cost like $10 or less


a quick search on google returns 10$ laser bullet at walmart. that makes more sense to me
Be careful it's not a"boresight". Which is basically an always on laser. Unlike this one that is only triggered on for a second from the firing pin.


Check out Amazon and their G-Sight version. It's about $40.
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I ordered one...I'm going to play with it and see if it's worth getting the targets as well, or if I can get other brands cheaper that will still work well.
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I ordered one...I'm going to play with it and see if it's worth getting the targets as well, or if I can get other brands cheaper that will still work well.
Check the iTarget pro target.
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