Practice low-light Shoot/No Shoot drills with Color Guard trainer target
Cottonwood, AZ -(AmmoLand.com)- LaserLyte, innovators in firearms laser technologies, are keeping shooters on their toes with a new real-world training simulator known as the LaserLyte Color Guard Trainer Target.
Ideal for low-light scenarios with or without the use of a flashlight, the Color Guard target presents friendly and enemy targets by randomly alternating between four illuminated colors: Red, Yellow, Blue and Green. Each vibrant color flashes quickly and requires the user to shoot/no shoot with any LaserLyte Laser Trainer.
Shooting the target when it flashes “enemy” blue or green scores a point on the integrated LED scoreboard, while shooting “friendly” red or yellow subtracts a point.
The Color Guard trainer target tests situational awareness in regular or low-light conditions with visual and audible feedback of hits and misses. All the features of the new Color Guard target come in a custom package that perfectly challenges shooters to make intuitive, reactionary decisions on friendly and enemy targets.
- Product Number: TLB-CG
- Activation: LaserLyte Laser Trainers – All
- Four randomized color changes: Green, Blue (shoot); Red, Yellow (no shoot)
- LED scoreboard tracks hits and misses
- Batteries: 2 x AA
- Battery Life: 6,000 Activations
- Material : High-Impact ABS polymer
- Weight: 9.5 ounces
- Width: 4.3 inches
- Height: 6.3 inches
- Depth: 2.7 inches
- MSRP: $139.95
LaserLyte, the leader in laser technology for over 26 years. Our mission is to heighten the experience of shooting. Now LaserLyte offers a 3-year warranty for all products sold new, including products sold new up to three years ago. Keep up to date with LaserLyte on Facebook, Instagram and visit our YouTube page for all the LaserLyte action.
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