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So with the cost of ammo and having to go to an indoor range amid this virus. I'm considering investing in one of the dry fire laser target systems. Just wondering if anyone has bought or used any of these yet? thoughts? experience?

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I have the LASR X system and love it. They send out drill training emails which have really pushed me in developing control and muscle memory.  I purchased the SIRT Pro Pistol Glock version with removable magazine.  It gives the feel of a fully loaded Glock. I have been amazed with how it has helped when I do live fire. Did some training with @Cool hand Lukeand he talked about how he did dry fire training before matches. I highly recommend it. The money saved on ammo has more than paid for the cost of the system.

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17 hours ago, papa61 said:

how is it working?

 

It’s effective and inexpensive. It’s comes with a laser bullet and a target. You download the app to your phone and you can purchase other targets, one with a timer. 
 

I also use it to get my lasers and rds sighted in at about 15 yards. 

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