Laserlyte Rumble & Steel Laser Trainer Kit

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posted on October 25, 2016
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Laserlyte continues to grow the company's fun and instructional laser training options with the new reactive Rumble & Steel (TLB-RSK) target kit, which includes the blue LT-TT85 snub-nose revolver laser trainer. With a grip and weight that emulates the Smith & Wesson J-Frame and Taurus Model 85 revolvers, the LT-TT85 features an adjustable red laser, replaceable batteries that provide power for up to 50,000 shots and a smooth double-action trigger pull of 5.5 lbs., just like a real revolver. It provides a realistic dry-fire training experience with one of the most ubiquitous concealed carry guns on the market.

The new Steeltyme target flashes and has a speaker that rings out like a steel gong when it registers a hit (or be turned off for quiet practice). The can-shaped Rumble target flashes, makes a rumbling noise and rotates when resting on a hard, flat surface. These targets are lightweight and compact, making them easy to store and transport for practical practice almost anywhere. The three piece Rumble & Steel laser trainer kit is available exclusively at Academy Sports for a suggested retail price of $199.

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