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Vincine 01-22-2012 05:26 PM

SIRT Training Pistol?
 
This any good? Nothing showed up on the FTF search.

http://www.nextleveltraining.com/content/sirt-specifications

Lone Wolf Distributors - Product Detail - SIRT Training Pistol PRO - $394.95

It comes in a few flavors.

c3shooter 01-22-2012 10:49 PM

For $440 bucks, I would by an actual firearm.

rigjumpr 01-22-2012 11:02 PM

yep, what C3 said, $400.00 better spent on the real thing and get a drop in training barrel for about $5.00.

as always submitted with all due respect..

Vincine 01-22-2012 11:24 PM

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Originally Posted by c3shooter (Post 685674)
For $440 bucks, I would by an actual firearm.

Well, yeah, that too.

See c3, you sound like you probably have a custom designed & built 20 acre firing range inside your house just off the second bedroom. I was thinking about being able to practice in my apartment, only without busting up or putting holes in my stuff, and also not getting the neighbors and landlord all upset. I know it’s my apartment and all, but I think they’d be kind of touchy that way. I’d save the real pistol & bullets for the range.
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Originally Posted by rigjumpr (Post 685702)
yep, what C3 said, $400.00 better spent on the real thing and get a drop in training barrel for about $5.00.

Googling Training Barrel, I just found this for $200.
http://www.stressvest.com/laserammo.html

rigjumpr 01-23-2012 12:08 AM

from what you are looking at, you have more money than this poor working stiff..this is what i was suggesting;
http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/a...Alternate1.jpg
but i was wrong on the price.. it's $14 it was on sale last week for $5

Vincine 01-23-2012 12:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rigjumpr (Post 685855)
from what you are looking at, you have more money than this poor working stiff..this is what i was suggesting; . . . . . . . but i was wrong on the price.. it's $14 it was on sale last week for $5

I'm pretty sure I donít, really. But my son has been launched, my ex is doing well, and Iím thrifty in other areas.

I saw the yellow thing but it doesnít indicate where a shot would go which what I'm looking for, only without actually using bullets.

rigjumpr 01-23-2012 01:24 AM

Vincine:
You are reading too much into what I'm trying to convey to you. "son has been launched, my ex is doing well, and I’m thrifty in other areas."then by all means, buy what ever you want....as you should do anyway..

Vincine 01-23-2012 05:14 AM

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Originally Posted by rigjumpr (Post 685995)
Vincine:
You are reading too much into what I'm trying to convey to you.

?? Itís all good rj.
I just didnít want anyone to think I was burdened with an excess of shekels. Although it would be a penance Iíd be amiable to experience someday.

ktmboyz 01-23-2012 09:11 PM

Have you seen the laserlyte , you use your firearm and put the laser in the chamber and the firing pin sets it off, you can even get the target to track your shots

http://www.laserlyte.com/collections/laser-trainer-cartridge

Vincine 01-23-2012 09:39 PM

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Originally Posted by ktmboyz (Post 686869)
Have you seen the laserlyte , you use your firearm and put the laser in the chamber and the fireing pin sets it off, you can even get the target to track your shots

Thanks. $100 bucks sure sounds better.


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