Yesterday I started the review of several laser training devices from LaserLyte and Laser Ammo. These are units that fit inside the handgun and cast a laser beam when the hammer falls. The tests also incorporates a laser sensitive target from LaserLyte.
So far I’ve been impressed with how well these items enhance dry-fire training and am conducting a test with my wife and the Gunwriter Assistant to see how much a week’s worth of laser assisted dry-fire will improve there shooting. A full report will appear in an upcoming issue of NRA Shooting Illustrated magazine.
Not only should this be a good practical application test, with the number of times my son has already pulled the trigger it should be a great endurance test too.