LaserLyte Laser Quick Tyme Kit

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posted on November 3, 2016
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The Laser Quick Tyme Kit from LaserLyte is designed for concealed carry holders and competitive shooters to practice draw speed and accuracy without ever having to head to the range or shell out money for practice ammo.

The kit features a Quick Tyme Laser Trainer Target that features an LED bullseye and timer that records draw time and shot placement. Once the alarm sounds, the timer counts the number of seconds to elapse before the first shot hits the target. An LED board behind the bullseye displays the location of where the shot was fired from the laser trainer pistol.

The target runs off three AAA batteries for a total battery life of 6,000 shots. The device itself is made from high-impact ABS polymer and weighs 16.8 ounces. Total height is 9.5 inches, while the width and depth are 6.5 inches and 1.25 inches, respectively.

The kit also includes the company's Trainer Trigger Tyme Full-Size Pistol. The pistol is designed to simulate the size, ergonomics and feel of a Glock G19. Once the trigger is pulled, a momentary laser burst from the barrel simulates a fired shot. The fired shot impacts the LED bullseye, which displays the target area.

The trainer pistol features a 5-milliwatt class IIIA laser that runs off three A76 batteries for a total battery life of 50,000 shots. The trainer is made from high-impact ABS polymer and weighs 15 ounces. Total length is 7.25 inches, while the height and width are 5.5 inches and 1.15 inches, respectively.

The LaserLyte Quick Tyme Kit retails at a suggested price of $279.

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