|Package Dimensions||10.7 x 6.8 x 2.2 cm; 32 Grams|
Pink Rhino Laser Training Cartridge - 9Mm
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- Bright red Class 3A (<5mW) laser cartridge 630 - 670nm
- Works with MantisX, LaserLyte, iTarget, G-Sight, LaserHit
- Works with all visible laser targets and simulators
- Activates on fall of hammer or striker, fits any 9mm pistol, single and double action.
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The Pink Rhino Laser Training Cartridge provides instant laser activation when the trigger is pulled. Train with your pistol with any visible laser target system or simulation. Works with any 9mm pistol. Requires 3 LR626 alkaline batteries (included). Bright red Class 3A (<5mW) laser cartridge 630 - 670nm.
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Reviewed in the United States on 2 March 2020
I did notice the laser may not be completely centered, so the point of impact (POI) may vary "slightly" from session to session based on the orientation of the cartridge in the barrel. Since I'm training for consistency, the exact position of the POI is not as important as the consistency of the POI. Once in the barrel, the laser stays firmly put and the hits will be in a consistent pattern. For example, if my laser hits are consistently high and right, I still aim exactly where I want to hit and focus on group size to reveal errors in my trigger discipline. When I transfer this practice to the range, I've seen remarkable improvement in both my accuracy and consistency since the sights are set for accuracy with live ammo.
With the cost of 9mm ammo what it is (currently about $.18-$.22 per shot for practice grade), this purchase turned into a no-brainer in a hurry. Even if it broke in a couple of weeks of use (which it hasn't), it more than pays for itself. To completely enjoy this kind of practice, you'll need this laser cartridge (or a similar one), a tripod, a cell phone to tripod holder and a training app (like G-sight on android). The training app was free, but one of the features I wanted (timed shots) cost $5 to unlock. Other than the tripod which I already had, my total investment including all of the above is under $45 - which roughly translates into 5 boxes (250 rounds) of 9mm practice ammo. Needless to say, I recommend it whole-heartedly.
It would also be a good idea to have a small rod to push the device out of the chamber from the muzzle end. While you can field strip a P365 with the device in the chamber, that's a lot of trouble to go to for a SAS model where you need a tool to rotate the take down where the lever would be on a standard model.
Edit: I don't mean to imply that you need to field strip the pistol to remove the laser module. You can simply lock back the slide on an empty magazine (or use the slide lock) and push the module out that way. Sorry for any confusion.