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Do not know anything about Strikeman, but I do know about G-sight, I have the 40 caliber set. I like it a LOT. Works great, I use a tablet to "see" the target and record the hits. Only draw back is using a Glock, you have to rack the slide to reset the trigger. Other than that you can shoot across the house and train inside.


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12 hours ago, hipower said:

I've been seeing the ads for Stikeman quite a bit lately. Anybody got one? Used one? Any comments or opinions will be welcomed.



Yes, I have one and it's a great tool (though not near as fun as busting real caps.) I only have .45 ACP laser cartridges (I bought three total,) so I can use them in  not only my 1911s, but my wheel guns as well. The nice thing about the 1911 is you only need to re-cock the hammer to fire again. I use the newest version of the APP on my iPhone, and I've had no issues. My only two complaints (more like snivels,) are the relatively small target that gets hard for old eyes to see beyond 5 yards, and the laser cartridge doesn't always line up on the center axis of the chamber/barrel so it'll shoot slightly off the sights. To fix that, you need to rotate the laser cartridge until it lines up or just shoot with Kentucky windage. Otherwise, I'm very happy with it and consider it a pretty good investment. Hope this helps.


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