LaserLyte Plinking Kit Now Available


If you’re looking for ways to hone your marksmanship skills away from the range, LaserLyte has a full line of options designed specifically to meet those needs. To simplify matters they’re now selling a plinking kit for training purpose to make working on your skills more fun. They’ve always put together a brief video about the kit which I’ve included at the bottom of this post.


From LaserLyte:

LaserLyte®, innovators in firearms laser technologies, is now shipping the ultimate laser plinking kit consisting of the LaserLyte® Plinking Cans (3 units), a Trigger Tyme® Compact Training Pistol and a LT-PRO Pistol Laser Trainer. Everything anyone needs to train, teach or just have fun with anywhere, anytime.

The Trigger Tyme® pistol cannot accept or fire any real ammunition, making it a safe training tool for all ages and skill sets. The compact size of the pistol is ideal for training young shooters and individuals with small hands.

The Plinking Cans react just like real cans and fall over when shot with the laser. The LT-PRO is easily inserted into the muzzle end of the Trigger Tyme® pistol for hours of training and fun. It can also be used in a real firearm for realistic training with the user’s actual carry firearm.

MSRP for the LaserLyte® TLB-CLK Plinking Can Kit is $241.95.

LaserLyte® continues to get sport shooters and professionals on the target faster, increasing accuracy and overall hits with affordable and fun laser training tools.

For more information, visit LaserLyte® TLB-CLK Package

Specifications: LaserLyte® Plinking Cans (TLB-BWC):

Weight: 4.25 ounces/.12 kg

Length: 3.82 inch/9.7 cm

Diameter: 2.00 inch/5.1 cm

Battery: 9V Battery Life: 8,000 Tip Overs

LaserLyte® Trigger Tyme Compact Pistol (LT-TTC):

Weight: 10.50 ounces/.297 kg

Length: 6.00 inch/15.24 cm

Width: 1.00 inch/ 2.54 cm

Height: 4.75 inch/ 12.06 cm

Material: High Impact ABS Plastic

LaserLyte® LT-PRO: Minimum 2-inch barrel required.

Near flush fitting to muzzle design.

Allows more advanced training scenarios.

Hammer or striker fired laser activation for 100 milliseconds.

Patented adjustment system.

Fits calibers: 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .38 SP, .380 Auto, .357 SIG, 10mm and .45 LC

Length: 2.1 inches

Min. Diameter: .1 inch

Max. Diameter: .5 inch

Run Time: 3,000 shots Batteries: 3 x 377

Activation: Sound of striker or hammer

For additional information about LaserLyte, visit Visit the LaserLyte YouTube page for all the LaserLyte action

Take a look online at the plinking cans:

Take a look online at the Trigger Tyme Compact Pistol:

And for a link to the complete kit itself, visit:

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  • MattCFII

    Meh, probably fun but I’ll stick to LASR software for the targets/shot timing and a SIRT pistol that works in my holsters and has an adjustable trigger. LT-Pro wouldn’t be bad for somebody a that is using a DAO.

  • Jack Morris

    Eh, airsoft is still cheaper and more effective, plus you can find replicas of most common pistols with a blowback slide feature.

    • MattCFII

      I used to do the whole Airsoft practice (still use it for FOF) but the laser stuff is nice because you can use the same targets all the time, you don’t have to have a BB resistant backstop (which drywall definitely isn’t), you don’t have to pick up a lot of BBs, you don’t have to worry about fragile magazine valves/feedlips, and you don’t have to use flammable green gas/propane.

      Also with the LASR you don’t have worry about if your shot timer will hear the airsoft shots and will show your follow through traces. It will also call out targets and reloads for you like a training partner would and with the new plugin it will also take video of you as well for draw analysis. Just sayin’, I really like this training setup, sorry if I’m sounding like a broken record here but it and the SIRT stuff have made a huge difference in my training.

      • Jack Morris

        Perhaps I was being a bit cynical. I’m sure this is a very effective training tool and I’ll probably own one soon. I just wish they could bring down the price a bit to compete with other forms of non-live-fire training

  • Darkpr0

    I often see these at my local sportsman’s store, but I can never get over the price. For a fraction of that I bought myself a low-velocity pellet pistol and some pillows to protect the wall. I use empty cardboard boxes as targets, and the ammo is dirt cheap. You can even reuse it as casting material, if you’re into that sort of thing. I’ve also been fooling with loading primer-only plastic/rubber/wax .38sp into my S&W 19 and it’s been working a treat. All these options have proven more economical than the laser system, although I admit none as whiz-bang cool.

  • noguncontrol

    They should make an insert for a glock so that we can dry fire practice without have to rack the slide after every shot. One thing i like about DAO hammer fired guns, they are much easier to dry fire with, just keep pulling the trigger.