Drawing, firing and holstering with Laserlyte Trainer
So I purchased the Laserlyte Laser Trainer Target and the LaserLyte Laser Trainer Pro. Yes, they were a nice chunk of change to part with but I do have to say that they are well worth it.
I have learned that drawing your firearm from the holster, concealed, is not an easy task. I carry a 1911 compact and use two types of holsters, back strap and no back strap.
Point and shoot, point-aim-shoot, slow is fast, one eye closed, etc (things need fixin!). You really have to practice, even without the fancy laser gear. The Laserlyte box forces me to aim small and allows me to see how far off from the target I am when I engage. Where you think your bullet should go isn't always the case especially if you are under stress. For me, it was a great buy and still is. 100 imaginary rounds fired without any spent brass. I saved some money today:duh:.
The point of all of this really is PRACTICE. With or without the fancy stuff, PRACTICE. Forgetting to switch off the safety:scruntiny:, getting caught up in your clothing:nono:, etc., can become a disaster.
Rock Hard Red-leg