Product Preview: LaserLyte Laser Shooting Gallery

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posted on July 13, 2017
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fun and engaging home shooting gallery training kit, the LaserLyte Laser Shooting Gallery kit comes with a Trainer Revolver and three of the company’s next generation of laser-responsive targets. The Quick Tyme Target is a quick-draw training tool that measures draw time while also having the ability to track the placement of multiple shots. The Steel Tyme Target provides both visual and audible feedback in the form of flashing lights and a ringing gong sound when struck by a LaserLyte training laser. And the cylindrical Rumble Tyme Target spins and shakes when it registers a hit to any of the three sensors equally spaced around its circumference. Each component of the kit is also sold separately. Price: $380. Contact: LaserLyte; (928) 649-3201; laserlyte.com.

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