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Diagnosing a shooter is critical before coaching. A simple single bullet hole is difficult to determine what the deficiency is. With the SIRT Training Pistol we can diagnose shooter's skills such as their trigger control and initial sight alignment.
Trigger mechanics are a common issue with shooters. With the SIRT Training Pistol we want to see dots not dashes. A dot is a simple green laser pulse that stays on the target. A dash is generally a sweep from the right to the left (for right-handed shooters).
Testing your trigger mechanics is key in different scenarios. For example under a high stress situation to break the trigger quickly we should exercise the same trigger mechanics. This means dot quickly but use the same basic technique without disturbing the muzzle when breaking the shot.
Sprout discusses diagnosing trigger mechanics, from a law enforcement perspective, in the below video. Trigger mechanics can not be overlooked. Law enforcement personnel need to be able to deploy their weapons quickly and exercise the firing sequence on demand. This means that their trigger mechanics needs to be honed it so the gun does not move as the trigger finger is pressing the trigger rearward.
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Get More Manipulation with your AR-15:
The new SIRT AR-Bolt fits in your upper to make your lower have a an auto resetting trigger (no more racking bolt between trigger pulls). After initial set up and calibration (allow 30-60 minutes for initial install) you can swap out your bolt and with the SIRT AR-Bolt and get more gun manipulation with your AR.
The green laser is activated every time you pull the trigger. The SIRT AR-Bolt has in internal sear break to replicate a 6 lbs trigger pull break.