LaserLyte Releases New Reaction Tyme Target

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posted on January 2, 2013
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1/2/2013

LaserLyte has developed a new target system, the Reaction Tyme Target, TLB-RT. This new interactive laser training system comes with two targets for reaction and training scenarios. The reaction mode's random LED light signals in intervals of three to seven seconds. The target acknowledges a hit with two beeps of the LED flash. The training mode is always on with a ready-to-shoot mode, and beeps twice with the LED flash when the target is hit. This allows the user to practice better trigger control and accuracy. The TLB-RT is great for practicing without having to pay for ammo or even leaving the house.

LaserLyte TLB-RT Specifications:

Works with any of the LaserLyte® Trainers: LT-PRO, LT-223, LT-1, LT-380, LT-9, LT-40, LT-45
Two Targets with 2.5 inch diameter shooting ring
Batteries: 3 x AAA
Battery Life: 6,000 shots
Activation: LaserLyte® Laser Trainer
Weight: 4.25 oz. / 119 gr.
Length: 1.30 inches / 33.43mm
Width: 3.00 inches / 75.96mm
Height: 3.74 inches / 95.00mm
MSRP: $159.95

To read more about the LaserLyte TLB-RT visit LaserLyte.com.

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