These reactive targets from LaserLyte can make your training more fun and engaging. When the LaserLyte Plinking Cans are struck by the beam from any training laser, they fall over to let you know that they have been hit. The LaserLyte Plinking Cans are perfect for training drills, competitions, or just having some shooting fun in virtually any area. Plinking Cans are sold in three-packs and come with 9 volt batteries.
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