LaserLyte's Newest Laser Trainer Cartridge; The LT-380

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posted on February 7, 2012
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LaserLyte® , the leader in laser innovation and technology for the shooting sports market for 25 years, has developed the LaserLyte®  LT-380 laser trainer cartridge to fit all Ruger LCP's, Kel-Tec's, and Smith & Wesson .380's. The concealed carry market is the fastest growing and largest segment in the firearms industry and demand for easy-to-use, quality training products is ever increasing. LaserLyte® answered the call with this simple to operate, laser training cartridge with an integrated sna p cap that inserts into the firearm chamber.

The LaserLyte® LT-380 laser trainer cartridge provides the user with the most realistic training including tap, rack, bang or malfunction drills. The LT-380 fits inside the pistol chamber and the firing-pin activated switch indicates the bullet impact with a bright red laser dot. Besides being able to train anywhere, the LT-380 works perfectly with LaserLyte's Laser Trainer Target system (TLB-1), the interactive, battery operated, portable training system.

LaserLyte LT-380 Cartridge Laser Trainer Specifications:

Batteries:                               3 x 377
Battery Life:                           3000 shots
Weight:                                  0.38 oz./11 g
Min. Diameter:                        0.34 in./8.62mm
Max. Diameter:                        0.36 in./9.22mm
Length:                                   1.36 in./34.5mm
MSRP:                                     $99.95

For more information, visit www.laserlyte.com and check us out on Facebook.

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