LaserLyte’s Universal Laser Trainer is a new innovative product that saves the user time, money and ammunition. Now for the cost of one or two visits to a local range, shooting enthusiasts can enjoy a lifetime of free training at the location that works best for them, including their favorite recliner.

lt_1.gifCreated with input from shooting expert Rob Pincus, the new LaserLyte Laser Trainer will improve practice time and increase confidence with the shooter’s favorite pistol or rifle. Pincus is the owner and lead instructor of I.C.E Training, a progressive, world-class, reality-based firearms training course. Pincus and his staff instructors currently provide training to military special operations personnel from the U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy as well as countless law enforcement and security officers around the world.

The LaserLyte Laser Trainer is safe and efficient, using a hammer-activated (sound activated) laser that appears on the target downrange, giving instant results.  Features include universal fit in almost all pistols and rifles, four included adapters from .22 to .50 caliber and a bright, 650nm laser. Also included with the system are a carrying pouch, batteries, instructions and daylight laser target. MSRP $79.95.

Complimentary training videos, featuring instruction about defensive shooting skills and safety using the LaserLyte Laser Trainer are available at

LaserLyte Laser Training System Specifications:
•    Product Number: LT-1
•    Compatible Firearms: .22-.50 caliber, minimum three inch barrel
•    Power Output: Class IIIA, 5mw
•    Batteries: 3-A76, 3-377
•    Battery Life: 1.5 hours plus
•    Weight: 1.3 oz., 36.85 g
•    Minimum Diameter: 0.2 in., 5.08 mm
•    Maximum Diameter: 0.61 in., 15.49 mm
•    Length: 6.125 in., 155.58 mm
•    MSRP: $79.95

For more information on this and other LaserLyte products, visit  For more information about I.C.E. Training, visit

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