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LaserLyte LTS Universal Pistol Trainer Laser LT-PRO
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Most Helpful Positive Review Great tool for dry-firing practice
This is a very handy tool for indoor target practice. It immediately shows...
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Most Helpful Negative Review LaserLyte laser insert
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Does what it's supposed to

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on July 20, 2013
great product / system but you have to manually remove the battery each time you use it or it'll drain down. also, i have to rotate it around a bit and test it before it's accurate.
Pros: Easy setup
Cons: battery life, must be tweaked for accuracy...
Would recommend: Yes
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Poor Quality

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NY Written on March 12, 2013
Stopped working after only one day, maybe 100 shots - I then replaced the batteries twice to make sure it wasn't just bad batteries. It says there is a 3 year warranty, but I don't see this item lasting that long....
Would recommend: No
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Functional

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IA Written on February 4, 2013
Doesn't seat well in my Kahr PM45 with a 2.5" barrel, but works great in everything else with a 3" barrel. Wish it had an easy on/off switch.
Pros: easy to adjust from one gun to the next
Cons: no on or off switch...
Would recommend: Yes
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Save your money.

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NE Written on March 4, 2012
Another reviewer had problems with the threads after taking apart to save on the battery life. Same thing happened to me. I am probably close to not having threads left to hold it together. Now the striker fire action does not activate the laser. I have used the unit less than a week. There is not an easy way to disassemble. I am older and the parts are too small for me to see and handle. May try the other model but I have read it has a shorter life expectancy.
Pros: Concept
Cons: Poor design...
Would recommend: No
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Not quite 100%

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on October 7, 2011
My first use of the LaserLyte Pistol Laser Trainer was less than satisfactory. The first unit shipped did not function at all. Optics Planet promptly replaced it with a functioning unit - but it does not produce a light beam with every trigger pull. It may be a matter of my particular pistol or it may be a matter of fitting the unit tighter in the barrel. If I can solve the problem I will try to update my review. It will be a useful training device if I can get it to function more dependably. The concept is great.
Pros: Good for trigger control practice
Cons: Doesn't function with each trigger pull...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good Training Tool

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 21, 2011
Works as advertised and Optics Planet shipping is great!
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Has to have battery...
Would recommend: Yes
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Laserlyte Pistol Laser Trainer

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AZ Written on June 7, 2011
allows you to practice trigger control without using ammo -- saves you money!
Pros: great for dry fire practice
Cons: battery installation...
Would recommend: Yes
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LaserLyte Pistol Laser Trainer

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on May 18, 2011
I bought this to train up for a Police Academy and was overall pretty happy with how it performed. The item seems to be well made and the laser is very accurate in relation to sight picture. It comes with two sets of batteries which is good because if your like me you won't read the directions about saving the little plastic piece you have to put back in after you use it to keep the batteries from dying. That is the crappy part. every time you use it you have to screw the back off and take out the tiny little plasic dot. Then you have to not lose it among all your gear untill your done working then screw the back off and put it back in. It really seems like they could have come up with a better on/off system. Hopefully the threads will hold up and don't wear out before the laser. If your looking for a good tool to work on trigger squeeze, breathing and other fundamentals it is worth the money.
Pros: great way to work on fundamentals w/o going broke on ammo
Cons: expensive batteries and difficult to turn on/off...
Would recommend: Yes
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LaserLyte laser insert

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, WA Written on April 22, 2011
Good news is that the unit self-centers on gun's barrel and aims true.

Unit stays on for ~200 milliseconds and is actuated by noise of firing pin being released. The laser flash on target is easy to see when indoors, but might be a problem outdoors.

Worked great on XDM .45 ACP, but a real pain to fit into my Kahr 9mm. The black nylon bushing at rear of light was very tight in the smaller caliber.

Turning unit on/off requires removing battery or placing plastic insulator in battery stack. Either way is a pain, but probably necessary to keep packaging small enough to fit into barrel.
Pros: Self-centering on barrel. True aim-point.
Cons: Expensive. Hard to turn on/off....
Would recommend: Yes
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WOW! Greatest training aid EVER!!

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on March 10, 2011
The Laserlyte LT-PRO is an awesome item I wish I had found sever hundred rounds ago! Simple to install and easy to operate! The shooter installs the batteries, adjust the plastic stopper, seat the LT-PRO in your weapons barrel, and I recommend chambering a Tipton Snap Cap, then begin your dry-fire practice. The click of your weapon firing activates the LT-PRO to place a laser dot exactly where the bullet would have impacted for a fraction of a second. I know its accurate because I, being a natural skeptic, have fired it from a fixed rest on a sighting target. When you are finished practicing, it pulls straight out. The applications are endless! I use mine indoors when I want to avoid cold, rain or when time doesnt allow a trip to the range or practice budget is slim. Imagine being able to practice different tactical situations like clearing your house with complete safety and seeing where your snap shots would have hit. If your weapon has an external hammer like my 1911s just re-cock the hammer, holster, and fire again. If your handgun is striker-fired, just rack the slide back enough to cock without ejecting the snap cap. No snap cap is required but I like my Tiptons so much I wouldnt practice without them. The only con against this item is the batteries. Mine will destroy a set of batteries (which are available at any Walmart jewelry counter) overnight. You must remove the batteries after use and reinstall them before next practice session.
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