LaserLyte Releases LT-380 Laser Trainer Cartridge

posted on March 20, 2012

In an effort to appeal to the rapidly growing carry conceal and personal defense market, LaserLyte has released its new LT-380 laser trainer cartridge.

Designed to fit all Ruger LCP's, Kel-Tec's and Smith & Wesson .380's, the LT-380 is a simple to operate laser training cartridge that will insert directly into the firearm chamber. The cartridge presents realistic training scenarios, and can include tap, rack, bang or malfunction drills. It can be used anywhere, and allows for training without the expense of live rounds.

The LT-380 is compatible with LaserLyte's Laser Trainer Target System, which received a 2012 NRA Golden Bullseye Award.

Cartridge Specifications:

Batteries: 3 x 377
Battery Life: 3000 shots
Weight: 0.38 oz./11 g
Min. Diameter: 0.34 in./8.62 mm
Max. Diameter: 0.36 in./34.5 mm
Length: 1.36 in./34.5 mm
MSRP: $99.95

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