Laser Combo Kit: The Ultimate Practice & Plinking Party

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posted on December 29, 2015
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LaserLyte now offers a new Laser Combo Kit that combines three popular laser training tools in a single party pack. Laser Plinking Cans are the most fun since lawn darts, and now LaserLyte has invited some friends to the festivities by including its most robust full-size Trainer Trigger Tyme Laser Pistol and a Reaction Tyme Target. 

With the Laser Combo Kit, shooters “can” choose to plink just for fun, or boost the challenge and shoot both targets at different distances. This interactive target system provides immediate reactive feedback to alert shooters when they made an accurate “hit” shot on target with the Trainer Trigger Tyme pistol’s integrated laser. 

Great for shooters of all ages and abilities, the Laser Combo Kit is the perfect option for boosting shooting skills and confidence. 

LaserLyte TLB-LCR Package Specifications:

Kit Includes:

1 Plinking Can

1 Reaction Tyme Target

1 Full Size Trigger Tyme Laser Pistol

 

LaserLyte Plinking Can:

Activation: Trigger Tyme Pistol or any LaserLyte Laser Trainer

Weight: 4.25 ounces

Length: 3.82 inch

Diameter: 2.00 inch

Battery: 9V       

Battery Life: 8,000 Tip Overs Per Can

 

LaserLyte Reaction Tyme Target:

Batteries: 3 x AAA

Battery Life: 6,000 shots

Activation: LaserLyte Trigger Tyme Full-Size Pistol or any Laser Trainer

Weight: 4.25 ounces

Length: 1.30 inches

Width: 3.00 inches

Height:3.74 inches

 

LaserLyte Trainer Trigger Tyme Laser Full-Size Pistol:

Power Output: 650NM, 5MW, Class IIIA

Activation: Trigger activated

Batteries: 3 x A76

Battery Life: 50,000 shots

Weight: 15 ounces

Material: High impact ABS polymer

Length: 7.25 inches

Width: 1.15 inches

Height: 5.50 inches

 

MSRP: $179.95 (entire kit)

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