LaserLyte Introduces Rumble Tyme Targets

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posted on December 19, 2016
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In the company's never-ending quest to make laser training more exciting, LaserLyte introduced its Rumble Tyme Laser Trainer Targets.

The Rumble Tyme targets features multiple red oval targets that register a hit from one of LaserLyte's laser trainer pistols. Once hit, the target rumbles, rotates and lights up with internal LED lights to signal a hit.

The benefit of the Rumble Tyme target is that, unlike some of the company's other laser targets, these need no resetting. Simply wait for the target to finish "dancing," and put another shot into the target area to register a hit. This allows users to get more trigger time in, whether they're casually shooting from a couch or practicing draws from concealment.

The Rumble Tyme targets run off a single 9-volt battery, which lasts through 6,000 shots. The cans themselves are made from high-impact ABS polymer and measure 3 inches high and 2.7 inches in diameter. Total weight is 6.4 ounces.

The Rumble Tyme Laser Trainer Targets come in packs of two and retail at a suggested price of $109.95.

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