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07-10-2012, 14:13
My local shop has one of these for people to try out different guns with. I played with it for 30mins today and it was a blast.

Two problems though. 1. Each caliber gun has to have its own cartridge, and they aren't cheap. 2. The price is too high, atleast for now.

I still want one though.

Wil Ufgood
07-10-2012, 14:16

07-10-2012, 14:25
A bit off topic, but I need to buy me another plastic pistol with rail so that I can get the zombie bayonet.

07-10-2012, 21:51
I've got one sitting in my closet. I haven't had time to play with it, yet.

Metal Angel
07-10-2012, 22:28
That looks pretty cool.

07-10-2012, 22:48
Seems pretty nice. I would probably get it if I purchased the Trigger Reset Kit and the Magic Bullet Laser Ammo.

07-11-2012, 01:22
Very interesting

07-11-2012, 05:39
They have a multi caliber insert.

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07-11-2012, 10:01
It looks like a great way to practice from the "Lazy Boy". No drive, no hassle, no range jerks to deal with and with the price of ammo it would eventually pay for it self. There will be similar and improved ones made and prices will come down. Too pricey for me now.

07-11-2012, 12:08
In the first video it looks like when he fired the two shots the hits flashed up around 12 but when he shot the lower left target to show the hits they were in different places. Maybe I'm wrong but that's what it looked like to me. Though, I'll admit that I'm not really interested in one of these so I wasn't really paying all that much attention.

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07-11-2012, 15:28
$132 at Amazon. LaserLyte Laser Trainer Target: Sports & Outdoors@@AMEPARAM@@

Have one of the 40s&w laser cartridges and feel it has been a useful addition to dry fire drills.

07-11-2012, 15:32
Very cool practice device. Would be cool if it could replicate/mimic blow back kinda sorta like the air pistols.

Brian Lee
07-12-2012, 15:12
I've played with one too. Really fun because you get to use it with a real gun, so the practice translates over to the live ammo range very well. It's also a great way to teach yourself to "point-and shoot" without the sights - except you don't have to blow through 500 bucks worth of ammo to get good at it.