First Look: LaserLyte .22LR Laser Trainer

LaserLyte_LT-LR_22_Trainer_FLaserLyte is making it possible to practice with your favorite .22LR pistol, regardless of ammo availability. The company's new LT-LR .22 Caliber Laser Trainer makes indoor dry-fire drills fun and practical.

To install the laser, make sure your .22-caliber firearm is unloaded. Then, install a 1632 lithium battery (included) into the LT-LR, insert the laser into the bore of the .22-caliber gun, and you're ready to go. Pair the laser with a trainer target or a set of plinking cans and you're ready for a fun training session in the comfort of your home.

The LT-LR laser is intended for .22LR pistols, but it is also compatible with a number of .22-caliber firearms, including handguns and rifles in the following chamberings: .22 Short, .22 WMR, .223 Rem., .22-250 and .220 Swift. Barrel length must be at least 1.875 inches, and LaserLyte recommends the use of snap caps when dry firing.

The LaserLyte LT-LR .22 Caliber Laser Trainer is available now for $120.95.


To test out LaserLyte's new training tool, G&A TV went to Copper Star Indoor Shooting Range in this video segment:


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