LaserLyte Triple Tyme Kit

LaserLyte Triple Tyme

LaserLyte is now selling a package called the Triple Tyme Kit. The kit includes three Reaction Tyme Targets, a Trigger Tyme Compact Pistol and a LT-PRO pistol training laser.

The Trigger Tyme Compact Pistol is a plastic training gun with a built in laser. When the trigger is pulled, it emits a momentary laser beam that is recorded on the Reaction Tyme Target. It is impossible to insert ammunition into the training pistol, so it is very safe for use in the home or other location.

The LT-PRO inserts into the barrel of a handgun (from .357 – .45 caliber) and replicates the same function as the above training pistol. This allows you to train with your actual firearm. Extra care must be taken to ensure that ammunition is not introduced into the training environment.

The targets can be set up to simply record hits for trigger control/sight alignment training. However, they can also be set up to randomly activate in 3-7 second intervals to make you react to them.

I have┬áseveral of the LaserLyte products including the training pistol, LT-PRO and targets. I’ve found them to be fun to play with, but not as helpful for training as I would wish. I’ve found the laser in the training pistol does not align with the built in sights, making practice at more than about 7 or 8 yards impractical. The targets have always seemed very responsive, though you will not get a high degree of precision on grouping.

The MSRP is $279.95.



Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • BattleshipGrey

    Laser-tag did this for under $50 back in the ’80s, sure you don’t get the real trigger pull, but If it were in that price range, I’d be buying one for the department. But at the current asking price, I can buy a 1000 round case and get the recoil experience too, not to mention killing lots of paper and tin cans.

    • Dan

      When will the senseless slaughter of paper and tin end! #trashmatterstoo

      • BattleshipGrey

        It’ll at least slow down when dry-fire devices become reasonably priced

    • CrankyFool

      You’re right of course; the one thing that these systems let you do that’s a little hard to do with a 1000rd case is practice at home, though.

    • Nicks87

      You could buy 1000 rnds of 9mm and enough gas to get you to the range and back a few times for the price of this toy. Even airsoft would be a better investment IMO.

  • Limonata

    The SIRT pistols allow you to adjust windage and elevation. They also have the same weight as the real pistols. Yes, they only have a Glock and M&P pattern pistols, but IMHO they are some of the best trainers. I wish those laser targets were more affordable and would work with any laser device.
    My current set is a Glock SIRT and webcam setup. Problem is the webcams are picky about room lighting and is a PITA in changing light and webcams location.