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    Gimmick or useful training option

    came a cross a SIRT pistol which from what I understand is supposed to aid in dry fire training and projects a light on a target when trigger is pulled. Any have any experience with them?

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    They are nice. Goes really well with this.

    https://lasrapp.com/

    Admittedly, I havent used mine in way too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameramonkey View Post
    They are nice. Goes really well with this.

    https://lasrapp.com/

    Admittedly, I havent used mine in way too long.
    Thank you I was kind of looking for something for the winter. From what I have seen they are not unreasonably priced and seemed like a good idea in theory.

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    Only downside to the app I found is you need grey targets, not white. And it cant be too bright in the room. It has a little trouble differentiating between a white target and a hit.

    But its simple enough to fix with adjustments, the right targets, etc.

    Oh, and it works with any cheap usb webcam. (dont use the one on your laptop screen) You dont need their special camera.
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    also, where do we sign up to touch Frank's equipment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcd View Post
    came a cross a SIRT pistol which from what I understand is supposed to aid in dry fire training and projects a light on a target when trigger is pulled. Any have any experience with them?
    Why wouldn’t one just put on a carhart and go to the outdoor range all winter and shoot real ammo? It is not crowded.
    "See you on the Range"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trapper Jim View Post
    Why wouldn’t one just put on a carhart and go to the outdoor range all winter and shoot real ammo? It is not crowded.
    Well my range is at a low spot and last year we had so much rain it was obnoxious. Time is a factor as well, looking for an option that would also allow for indoor use at times when it is not light out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trapper Jim View Post
    Why wouldn’t one just put on a carhart and go to the outdoor range all winter and shoot real ammo? It is not crowded.
    Because with this you don't have to.
    Medium speed. Moderate drag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel View Post
    Because with this you don't have to.

    diminished returns on time and money spent IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trapper Jim View Post
    diminished returns on time and money spent IMHO
    how is working on fundamentals not yield a good return? All things considered it does not take much to go through $200 in ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcd View Post
    how is working on fundamentals not yield a good return? All things considered it does not take much to go through $200 in ammo.
    that’s the question to task yourself to. For the total commitment in dollars and time how long is your road to fast and accurate marksmanship? It’s a personal doctrine that is going to take more than 200 rounds no matter how many indoor toy guns you play with. Sorry. Cold hard facts. Dry firing, mag changes, presentations can all be done with the gun you may own, saving you time and money so you can hand load and/or buy more ammunition.

    "See you on the Range"

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