SIRT PP Training Pistol

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings


The Pocket Pistol Model has features that are similar to any variety of ultra compact pistols. Select a grip extension that best fits your particular live fire carry.


Safe, effective, and innovative, the Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (SIRT) Training Pistol was developed by shooters for shooters, to complement, not replace, live fire training. The SIRT Training Pistol brings together a host of patent pending technologies critical to improving shooting accuracy while addressing issues of cost and liability.

The Pocket Pistol Model is a hybrid design which simulates the feel of a compact single stack pistol.

Please note that the Pocket Pistol does not come with a removable magazine.

Each Sirt Training Pistol Contains the Following:

  • 1 SIRT Training Pistol
  • 1 Base Extension
  • Trigger Adjustment Tool
  • Laser Windage and Elevation Adjustment Tool

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Slide Type


Laser Color


Base Extention

Straight Extension, Curved Extension

2 reviews for SIRT PP Training Pistol

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nick (verified owner)

    This is my fourth SIRT and my second PP with green laser. Communication from NLT was excellent with confirmation of the sale within minutes of placing, and a subsequent email confirming shipment. Training pistol arrived extremely fast, well packaged with all pertinent information. I’m using it with the Accelerated Firearms Make Ready Targets and the combo works very well. Highly recommend SIRT pistols.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Bari (verified owner)

    Great size for concealed carry training. It’s not just a scaled down version of the 107 and 110 models. It uses different internals (laser modules). For example, the IR laser insert will not fit this training pistol, my main reason for downgrading to 4 stars. THere is also next to nothing in terms of written support for this SIRT offering and mine was delivered without an owner’s manual or the expected hex wrenches. Looks like it’s an orphan product, or at least a “step-child” — unfortunate because it really fits an important training niche.

    • Mike Hughes

      Thanks Bari, Yes we are working on the new manual for the Pocket Pistol (and upgrading other manuals). Its on heap of things to do! 🙂 Mike

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