Due to current conditions, some SIRT orders may take up to 2 weeks to ship.
A complete replacement training pistol with functional features of the Sig P320.
It provides an auto-resetting, fully-adjustable trigger, a trigger take-up, and a shot-indicating laser, and a removable and weighted training magazine. In addition, you can customize your SIRT pistol by changing out the sights, mag release, and backstrap. The rail is fully functional, and the magazine release can be swapped out for left or right-handed shooters.
Adjustable Resetting Trigger The adjustable auto-resetting trigger allows for multiple strings of fire during training without racking the slide, encouraging more repetitions per training session.
The following parameters can adjust the trigger:
- Initial Trigger Location
- Trigger Overtravel Location
- Trigger Break Location
- Trigger Take-up Force
- Trigger Break Force
- Degree of Sear Engagement
Weighted Training Magazine The mags are fully weighted, have a rubberized base plate for durability in training and can be opened up to add or remove weights.
Shot Indicating Laser The primary laser indicates where the shot landed and is adjustable for windage and elevation. In addition, the R/G model offers a green shot indicating laser, which is brighter and more easily seen over greater distances or in outdoor conditions. Finally, the R/R model offers a red shot indicating laser.
Take-up Laser (with on/off switch) The red take-up laser lights up as soon as the slack is removed from the trigger. This allows new shooter training and more feedback in force-on-force applications but is not used for most training. A convenient on/off switch allows you to toggle this second laser on or off.
The take-up laser is not normally used at all with the LASR software. Still, suppose the lasers are different colors (as with the R/G model). In that case, the LASR Classic version of our software can be told to distinguish between the two and do different things for different laser colors, including ignoring an off-color take-up laser or marking green and red lasers as different shooters.