LaserLyte LT-LR .22 Training Laser… For When Even .22LR is Too Expensive

LaserLyte has released their new .22LR laser training kit. Designed to fit on any .22 caliber weapon with at least a 1.875 barrel, the “LT-LR” will emit a laser dot for 100 milliseconds (1/10 second), simulating bullet impact.


The LT-LR works with all .22 calibers (.22LR, .22WMR, .22 Short, .22 Long, and .223) and close calibers such as .22-.250 and .220 Swift. The battery lasts for 10,000 shorts powered off a lithium 1632 button battery.

The LT-LR is now available at a $109.95 MSRP. 

Press Release Below:

LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, announces the new LT-LR Laser Trainer for .22 caliber firearms. LaserLyte® listened to their customers and fans and developed their latest laser trainer to accommodate the most popular firearms caliber on the market today; the .22 caliber. This new laser trainer fits on all .22 caliber weapons by mounting in the barrel and a sound activated switch shows the bullet’s impact with a laser dot. Every time the firearm’s hammer or striker fires, the small laser dot will flash for 100 milliseconds, simulating bullet impact.

The LaserLyte® LT-LR installs from the muzzle of the barrel and fits tight with the use of LaseLyte’s patented arbor and taper system. The system will fit firearms chambered in .22LR, .22WMR, .22 Short, .22 Long and .223 with a minimum of a 1.875-inch barrel. The LT-LR will also fit calibers that are similar to a .22 bullet, such as .22-250 and .220 Swift.

The LT-LR laser trainer will only extend less than one inch past your barrel end. The LaserLyte® LT-LR is ideal for instructing a new sport shooting student or honing shooting skills. The system is versatile, allowing for effective laser training at any location, home, range, classroom or office. The LT-LR can be used to train with a favorite firearm (LaserLyte® strongly recommends the use of snap caps).

Much of the .22 caliber ammunition can be hard to obtain or is expensive; the LaserLyte® LT-LR laser trainer is simply the easiest way to train without ammo for any pistol with a 2-inch barrel or longer. The LaserLyte® LT-LR laser trainer is the most effective laser training system to meet all a sport shooter’s training needs.

The LaserLyte® LT-LT .22 caliber trainer laser gets sport shooters and professionals on the target faster, increasing accuracy and overall hits. For more information, visit

LaserLyte® LT-LR Specifications:
Compatible Firearms:1.875-inch barrel required. Fits calibers: .22LR, .22WMR, .22 Short, .22 Long, .223 Rem
Activation: Sound of striker or hammer
Batteries: 1 x 1632 Lithium
Battery Life: 10,000 shots
Weight: 5 ounces/0.1417 kg
Length: 3.0 inches
Minimum Diameter: 0.20 inches
Maximum Diameter: 0.76 inches
MSRP: $109.95

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Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • Green Hell

    Why not airsoft then? Much more realistic as a training and you could also “train” on the life targets too.

    • Blastattack

      The whole point is to practice using your gun. No airsoft gun will be able to accurately emulate the weight, sights or trigger pull of your gun. However, I do I agree that using an airsoft might make for better general marksmanship practice.

      • joe

        I have a full size XDM gas blowback from that is an exact duplicate of my real one trigger, weight, sights material you name it all in addition to a moderately realistic recoil which a laser can’t simulate. And you don’t need to recock after every shot.

        The only advantage using simunitions in the real thing would be the lack of paint on the other guy.

    • Gallan

      With laser you can see your point of impact immediately. With airsoft you would need a net or something to catch the pellets.

    • Eric

      Well for one thing this way you can pretend it’s a Star Wars blaster and go “pew pew pew” while you shoot it.

  • Lloyd

    Says it works off the sound of the hammer. Does that mean it doesn’t block the firing pin, which might strike and damage some .22LR chambers?

  • Cymond

    It’s not just about the cost of 22lr (which has been high lately), it’s also about availability and convenience. It was hard to find 22lr at any price locally for a little while, and urban gun owners often have to drive a long way to get to a shooting range. The ranges around here (San Jose, CA) suck compared to back home. Also, I find that I can focus more on trigger release when I’m not firing real ammunition, but I have not tried this laser, only dry fire.

  • Jackal

    Im worried about the dry firing of .22s to a large extent. I would buy this for my Taurus 94 (no jokes please, its not a bad gun) revolver to practice DA pulls, but I’m worried about destroying my gun. I guess I could put 9 spent cases in it or something, but I still find dry firing a rimfire hundreds or thousands of times troubling.

  • Mike

    I have a larger caliber version of this for my 92FS. It is great with a double action pistol, but for single action, it is frustrating. I also have a airsoft of the 92FS, and I put them about equal for usability.

  • gunslinger

    it looks like this is barrel inserted, so would it harm the firing pin on some 22s? i thought i heard that some 22s were safe to dry fire these days.