LaserLyte

DRY FIRE LASER SHOOTING SIMULATORS
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The idea behind LaserLyte shooting simulators is simple and straightforward, and is based on the widespread use of firearms in the United States and other countries around the world. Firearms are purchased for self-defense purposes, but the quality of firearms training of buyers leaves room for improvement. The training process itself involves the use of real ammunition, the careless handling of which is not only unsafe, but also very costly. That's why LaserLyte has developed laser trainer targets and accessories allowing to train with its own weapon at any convenient place absolutely safe for the owner and those around.
LaserLyte dry fire simulators have several modifications.

Models

Laser cartridge 9 mm
One type of simulator is a training drill with a built-in laser cartridge, which is simply inserted into the barrel of the gun. Once the trigger is pulled, the cartridge projects a laser spot for a few seconds.
The other variety is a versatile laser sight, with a laser simulator function. The LaserLyte gun sight is mounted on the gun body allowing to fire live ammunition or operate in simulator mode. When dry firing, the sight is activated by a trigger sound and projects a laser dot.
LaserLyte simulator
One trainer charge lasts for more than 1,000 shots, which saves significantly on ammunition during training.
LaserLyte training cartridges are used with the following caliber pistols: 380ACP, 9 mm, 40SW, and 45ACP. As for LaserLyte sights with simulator functionality, the developers offer both universal solutions, which fit all pistols with guide bars, and solutions for specific brands: GLOCK, Hi-Point, TAURUS, etc. In addition, you can find LaserLyte training pistol variants that replicate the size and weight of combat prototypes such as GLOCK 19, GLOCK 43, and S&W J-Frame. LaserLyte training systems allow training on both regular targets by analyzing the shape of the point after the shot, and special interactive targets such as Target Rumble Tyme, Target Steel Tyme, and Target Quick Tyme.

Compatibility with Our Software

Since the operating principle of LaserLyte equipment is based on the use of a laser simulating a target hit, the company's simulators can be used as part of any laser shooting range, including interactive models with a projected dynamic environment.
As a result, LaserLyte training systems are compatible with our unique Shooting-soft products that include not only entertaining game sequences, but also training programs such as Shooting Trainer, designed to increase shooting speed and accuracy. In addition, there are also programs allowing to develop unique shooting exercises, such as Target Constructor and Pro Target constructor.
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