Rob Pincus shares how to use the Laserlyte 380-P Training Laser to safely practice presentation of a subcompact defensive pistol from deep concealment. Learning to present a small pistol from a pocket holster or belly band can be dangerous if done with poor controls with a live firearm. Learning how to safely and smoothly present your firearm while it is dry is usually a better idea. The best way to conduct this training is with a laser device so that you can hold yourself accountable to a proper presentation that integrates with an efficient and accurate first shot.
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How do you remove the insert?
Hi Allen. To remove you need to lock the slide open and place the eraser end of a pencil down the barrel to gently dislodge the laser insert. More information can be found at the LaserLyte site here: https://www.laserlyte.com/products/trainer-lt-cartridge
These cost 80% of what my pistol cost. Otherwise, a great way to pracice with the ammo shortage going on now. Sold out on their site.