LaserLyte Introduces Laser Shooting Gallery Kit

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posted on January 31, 2017
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LaserLyte added the new Laser Shooting Gallery kit to its lineup in 2017, giving users all of the latest targets from the company, along with the new Trigger Tyme Laser Revolver.

Three separate targets are included with the kit: the Rumble Tyme Target, the Steel Tyme Target and the Quick Tyme Target. The Rumble Tyme features an oval target area on the side of the can. Once hit, the target rumbles and flashes with LED lights. The can runs on one 9V battery, which lasts for 6,000 shots.

The Steel Tyme features a small reactive circle that mimics the sound of bullets hitting steel with each well-placed hit. Finally, the Quick Tyme features a stopwatch that records draw/fire times and also records where each shot hit on the large bullseye target. The Steel Tyme runs on three AAA batteries, while the Quick Tyme runs on three AA batteries. Battery life for each target runs to 6,000 shots.

The included Trigger Tyme Laser Revolver is designed to resemble the size, shape and feel of a Smith & Wesson J-Frame or a Taurus Model 85 revolver. The trainer runs on three A76 batteries, which last for 50,000 shots. 

The suggested retail price for the entire Laser Shooting Gallery kit is $379.

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