Laser Training (G Sight)

Hey folks! Hope everyone is doing well!, anyway I wanted to touch base with you and get some opinions on what you might think about laser training, (such as G Sight). I recently ordered one to try, I am sure at least some of you guys have tried this method. This is due to the fact that I do not get to go to the range nearly as much as I would like to so im hoping this will be a viable option in between live fire training sessions.

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G-Sight laser cartridge + Laser Ammo Target -> that’s the best dry fire practice. I’ve been using this for a long time.
Never used WHOLE G-Sight System (with phone and app) - it’s too much preparation. With Laser Target it’s much simpler.
My firearm is Single Action Only and I couldn’t practice multiple shots (without manually racking the slide) so I decided to upgrade my equipment with SIRT 107.
Now I can say my dry fire training cannot be better :slight_smile:

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@Dsstrpc,
This might be something … check this out:

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Sweet!, that app seems more interactive than the g sight app…thanks!

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I will go for it. Internet price for APP is $108 (coupon code: SAR). Looks I will be able to do everything what is prohibited at my indoor range.
@Dsstrpc, if you have DOA firearm, you do not need anything else with G-Sight laser to use LASR.

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Kewl
mayhaps some time near future THX!

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I like the LASRx app - have it, find it pretty darn useful. I have been meaning to get some video and post it… I’ll try to do that this week.

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Yes, please. :pray:
I keep my web browser opened on lasrapp.com but still don’t want to click “buy”. Definitely I need to see it in action first.

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I’m using the G-Sight and like it ok. Using mostly in my XDS. Been carrying/using my XDS for some time and never noticed any real deviation from sights, but have noticed that the laser seems to be going right of sights a bit. Anyone experience this? Is there a lil play with the laser cartridge or is my sights off a bit? Appreciate your thoughts. Thanks

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I would take it to the range and see where your rounds group before moving the sights, as your Point of impact might be correct for ur sights…considering a laser is straight and true-I did read a little before purchasing, did they send it with a spare set of O”rings?

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@ThatSoccerDude, Are you using GEN2? I’m using Cartridge Gen2, shoots straight. However… it’s “made in China”, so who knows…:thinking:

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@Jerzy I’ll make that happen this weekend and post it :smiley:

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It strikes me that one could set oneself a heck of a nice “fun house” with multiple rooms at lots of virtual standard-sized targets representing variable distance (real and illusionary). Heck, and many of the Windows tablets and laptops have built-in high-quality high-resolution optics.

(Oh when will the toys stop?! …Probably about the time I start licensing with most of them as a marketing agent…)

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Guys,
I’ve got a question about dry firing DOA pistol.
I’m using SIRT for multiple shot practice, however it’s not the same as practicing with real firearm.
I’m using G-Sight laser cartridge with my EDC, but it it’s SAO, every time I pull a trigger I have rack the slide for next shot.

How it would be with DOA firearm? Do I need rack the slide to have a firing pin strike the cartridge, or does it every time I pull the trigger without racking slide all the time?

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The Double Action Only trigger I have on my SIG P220 will allow you to pull the trigger repeatedly on a snap-cap without cycling the slide. It would work the same with any of my SIGs hosting DA/SA triggers as well. My S&W 4506 (waybackwhen) also worked this way DA/SA. Otherwise my experience is primarily with SA only target pistols.

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Thx @CHRIS4 :+1:

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… and it looks like I need to get set up with 2 phones or a phone and a camera to make capturing how the LASRx works… might take a couple more days.

in the mean time, y’all may want to check out DryFireMag:
https://www.dryfiremag.com/products/

I bought a dry fire magazine for my glock .45s and it works great. first shot feels like DA but after that every shot feels like a normal glock trigger pull, no racking needed.

they don’t come in models for everything, but they have a workable variety, and IIRC they have multiple trigger-spring-weights if you need them.

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I’m not sure if this will work in this particular setup (laser cartridge)


DryFireMag for M&P Patent #9182189
This magazine will fit all 9mm, 40cal. M&P pistols that use a double stack magazine.
Please note, firing pin activated laser trainers will not work with the DryFireMag.


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@Jerzy I haven’t used it with a laser setup, just for straight dryfire. sort of two different things for me at the moment. I have a SIRT-type pistol I’m using for LASRx, one of the less expensive ones.

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Yeap. I’m looking for LASR with real firearm with laser cartridge. That would be my perfect setup.
SIRT maybe is great, but it doesn’t give “real” gun feeling (I’ve got a model with metal slide).

So I will go with DAO firearm with laser cartridge and LASR… if you show it to us :slight_smile:

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