SIRT Performer Pistol (IR)
  • SIRT Performer Pistol (IR)
  • SIRT Performer Pistol (IR)
  • SIRT Performer Pistol (IR)

SIRT Performer Pistol (IR)

This product () will either be drop-shipped directly from our supplier or it is on back order. We will contact you immediately if there is a delivery delay longer than 3 business days.

THIS ITEM CURRENTLY HAS A LEAD TIME OF APPROXIMATELY 4 WEEKS.

DESCRIPTION

Our customized SIRT Pistol allows for safe, effective dry-fire pistol practice in almost any environment. We pair it with the Beamhit target (sold separately) and use it regularly in our office and during PT- and as a result we get hundreds of draws and trigger pulls on a daily basis. It comes with a spare magazine. Please note that slide color is GREEN, NOT RED. Our photos have not yet been updated to reflect this change.

THIS IS NOT A STANDARD SIRT PISTOL. THIS PISTOL HAS AN INVISIBLE INFRARED SHOT INDICATOR LASER. IT IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR USE WITH BEAMHIT TARGETS.

FEATURES

Glock Feel & Function- this custom SIRT 110 pistol closely mimics Glock 17/ 22 pistols in terms of size, shape, and function. It fits into all of the Glock 17/ 22 holsters we've tried. This version has a green polymer slide. The sights can be changed to replicate whatever sight you're using on your carry/ duty gun.

IR Shot Indicating Laser- It has an infrared shot indicating laser instead of the standard visible red laser. The laser, which is invisible to the naked eye, reacts when accurate shots are made on the Beamhit targets. This is important because it prevents the huge training scar of looking over the sights to see shot placement instead of following through.

Resetting Trigger- The SIRT’s Auto-resetting Trigger allows for multiple strings of fire during training without racking the slide, encouraging more repetitions per training session.

Visible Take-Up Laser- You have the ability to turn on the Take-Up Red Laser for a different type of training. SIRT’s standard indicator laser engages when the trigger is “taken-up” (partially pressed), as prepping a trigger is imperative for maximizing accuracy and trigger control. When the trigger is taken-up, the red laser is on, providing a visual awareness of the muzzle movement and an indicator of proper trigger prep before the shots break.

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