LaserLyte LT-TT85 Laser Trainer Revolver

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posted on December 3, 2016
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The LaserLyte Laser Trainer Revolver is designed to emulate the size and feel of Smith & Wesson J-Frame and Taurus Model 85 revolvers so that users can practice their shots without spending a cent on ammo or valuable time at the range.

The trainer revolver fits into all standard holsters that fit J-Frames and Model 85s, so wheelgun fans can practice their draws without worry about muzzling or discharges while at home. The trainer also features a similar grip angle and trigger pull as a real firearm in order to give consumers the best possible training experience.

The LT-TT85 revolver features a 5.5-pound trigger pull and fires a laser "shot" that gives users instant feedback on their shot placement. The unit runs off three A76 batteries and comes with a battery life of 50,000 shots. The trainer weighs 11 ounces and is made from high-impact ABS polymer. Suggested retail price on the Laser Trainer Revolver is $149.95.

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