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Old March 15th, 2017, 11:50 PM   #1
 
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G Sight laser cartridge on GP100

Hi, just ordered 6 cartridges in 38 special for my GP 100, just downloaded the Laser training app on my phone , do you guys have any experience with this? As much as i love and want to go to the range, being a single dad, Im on a tight budget and this thing looks promising.
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Old March 16th, 2017, 04:52 AM   #2
 
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I'm surprised they are brass color. Not insulting anyone's intelligence but one would think they would make it a bright color
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Can you send them back? I'm pretty sure you ordered the wrong thing. That is a laser for bore sighting. You turn it on and put it in your gun and then adjust your sights to line up with the laser dot which stays on until you take it out. What you want is the laser training cartridge which is activated by the firing pin when you pull the trigger releasing a short burst of laser light.
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same thing here to easy to mistake.
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Thanks guys , i did make a mistake, it was shipped already so i have to send them back.
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Can you send them back? I'm pretty sure you ordered the wrong thing. That is a laser for bore sighting. You turn it on and put it in your gun and then adjust your sights to line up with the laser dot which stays on until you take it out. What you want is the laser training cartridge which is activated by the firing pin when you pull the trigger releasing a short burst of laser light.
Hi thanks again, out of curiosity though, what if i did use this for training just for my aim and trigger control, just to see if the laser would shake into a line instead of staying as a dot, would that work?
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Can this act as a snap cap with a laser?
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