*** This is Civilian Legal, No firearms license required ***
SIRT 107 M&P Model ONLY Available With Metal Slide!
How do I choose the right SIRT for me?
Step 1: Sirt Model (Choose GLOCK 17/22 or S&W M&P style)
Step 2: Slide Type (Choose a realistically weighted metal or featherlight polymer model)
Step 3: Slide Color (Red is the nicest!)
Step 4: Shot Laser Color (If you plan on using this outdoors, Green will help a lot!)
Step 5: Train like you fight. Spare magazine changes can help hone your skill.
Please note that RED slides are available for all sirt models. All other colors are only available for the 110 SIRT Glock Polymer Models.
SIRT Training Kit Details:
The SIRT simulates the size, weight and functional features of the Glock 17/22 or a Smith and Wesson M&P pistol. They also works with most holsters.
Each SIRT Training Pistol Kit contains the following:
1x SIRT Training Pistol
1x Training Magazine
1x Owners Manual
1x Trigger Adjustment Tool
1x Laser Windage and Elevation Adjustment Tool
SIRT Pro and Performer Training Pistols
Safe, effective, and innovative, the Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (SIRT) Training Pistol was developed by shooters for shooters, to complement, not replace, live fire training. The SIRT Training Pistol brings together a host of patent pending technologies critical to improving shooting accuracy while addressing issues of cost and liability.
Our Top 6 Reasons Why SIRT Is The Right Tool For The Job
1) TRIGGER PREP TRAINING
The take-up indicator engages when the trigger is “taken-up” and partially pressed, as prepping a trigger is imperative for maximizing accuracy and trigger control. When the trigger is taken-up, the red laser is on, providing a visual awareness of the muzzle movement, and further indicating when the trigger is prepped to the shooter and/or a trainer or firearms instructor.
2) MAXIMIZE TRIGGER MECHANICS
When the simulated sear is “broken” the solid-state internal switching system activates the green, shot-indicating laser providing visual feedback indicating proper trigger follow-through and generally proper grip and trigger mechanics.
3) TAKE-UP AND SHOT INDICATORS WORK FOR EVERYONE
Whether your shooting style is target-focused or strict front-sight-focused, the general visual awareness of the lasers provides the requisite feedback to improve shooting mechanics without compromising your vision focal at your desired vision focal length.
4) SHOT INDICATING LASER WORKS ON ANY TARGET
The short bursts of the green shot indicating laser provide sufficient visual verification to the shooter because of our natural flash visual memory. The use of the first prototypes (which were initially made for individual training by the company’s founders) unveiled the effectiveness of a simple laser shot indicator on practically any target. The green laser can be seen while training outside, allows more training and does not require the hassle, setup and restrictiveness of full-blown expensive target simulation systems. The compact and simple training tool system works.
5) RESETTING TRIGGER FOR ENGAGING TARGETS IN A CONTINUOUS STRING
An auto-resetting trigger is necessary to reset the internal simulated sear to represent multiple consecutive shots. Traditional dry firing requires racking the slide or cocking the hammer (to shoot in single action mode). The action between shots breaks the natural flow of engaging numerous targets in an array.
6) MORE SHOTS = MORE TRAINING (1x CR123 battery = Over 500,000 shots)
The auto-resetting trigger allows for a significantly greater number of quality trigger pulls during a training session.
See the promotional video below of the SIRT to get a better idea of the reseting trigger, short indicating green laser and the red trigger take up laser. Below is a quick video on the SIRT from Mike Hughes the inventor, founder of NextLevel Training and recent Finalist on Top Shot Season 3.