How do YOU train during your range time?

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    My new range has computerized target stations in one of the three ranges. You can program them to go forward, backward, turn away and turn back with timing as you like. I can also shoot over or under the range deck that my gun and ammo sit on when not in action. Yes I can also do draws and shoot. That occurs after you are approved to do so by management. Showing a USPSA or IDPA membership card with something better than novice will make that happen.
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    I doubt you'll be back to this thread; but if you do return this link may answer your question about Laserlyte.

    http://www.laserlyte.com/Laser_Train...LT-1/LT-1.html
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    Since my last post on this subject, I have made major changes. I have been getting tired of shooting for only serious applications, and am now just enjoying plinking and punching paper. I think I am at the point in my life where the enjoyment is more important than the SD part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3D View Post
    I doubt you'll be back to this thread; but if you do return this link may answer your question about Laserlyte.

    http://www.laserlyte.com/Laser_Train...LT-1/LT-1.html
    Thanks, but I actually asked for recommendations on Airsoft pistols for training.....the Laserlyte is very interesting, though....thanks.
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