LaserLyte Introduces Trainer Target Plinking Can

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posted on November 26, 2013
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LaserLyte has added another training tool to its innovative collection with the introduction of the new Trainer Target Plinking Can.

White hit with a laser from any of the LaserLyte training cartridges or other laser trainer tools, the new cans react by jumping up and falling over-just as a real can would. The cans are powered by a 9V battery (which is included) and a spring loaded plunger released by a solenoid.

Each set is sold in a three-pack with three 9V batteries. LaserLyte estimates that each battery will tip the can over about 8,000 times.

Technical Specifications:

Weight: 4.25 ozs.

Length: 3.82"

Diameter: 2.00"

Battery: 9V

Battery Life: 8,000 Tip Overs

MSRP: $104.95

For more information, go to LaserLyte.com.

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