LaserLyte Introduces Trainer Target Plinking Can

posted on November 26, 2013

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

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