Anyone use a SIRT gun for training

Anyone use a SIRT gun for training

This is a discussion on Anyone use a SIRT gun for training within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Saw a SIRT (Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger) gun the other weekend. I was just wondering if anyone uses one for practice. SIRT guns...

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    Anyone use a SIRT gun for training

    Saw a SIRT (Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger) gun the other weekend. I was just wondering if anyone uses one for practice.

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    Seen the website before. Looks like a good training device. I have no experience with it or know anyone who has. I did find it intriguing when I first saw it.
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    Have one and use it for dry fire training while traveling as well as trigger management for the newbies. The PD has two they use for fire control training.

    Note the one I have is the Red/Green laser. Red for trigger prep and green for trigger break.


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    Yes, I have the green/red laser SIRT and use for training during my NRA courses I teach, as well as for my own practice at home dry firing. I purchased the extra magazine and use them for practicing my draw and reloads. Very useful and safe.

    Works very well in various demonstrations for my students during the classes. They have a decent deal for instructors and also offer packages for student training.
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    At first, I thought you wrote SQUIRT gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txshooter View Post
    Yes, I have the green/red laser SIRT and use for training during my NRA courses I teach, as well as for my own practice at home dry firing. I purchased the extra magazine and use them for practicing my draw and reloads. Very useful and safe.

    Works very well in various demonstrations for my students during the classes. They have a decent deal for instructors and also offer packages for student training.
    I noticed that they have one that looks like a Glock. I wonder if the trigger feels like an actual stock Glock.
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    From what I was told when I ordered mine the trigger is adjustable for weight, length of pull, take up, ect, .

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