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I think I saw one on one of the personal defense TV series once. It looked interesting but not anything I would purchase. If it's what I'm thinking of it is a "system" with something that fits in your own firearm and then points/shoots at a supplied target. From what I could piece together it showed you where you fired but I don't think it actually recorded it on the target. If you missed seeing where it hit when it hit you were SOL. I think it would be better if it recorded hits until cleared.

Again, if it's what I am thinking of Masaad Ayoob endorses them.

I think it would be fine if someone gave me one. I wouldn't buy one. I would get just as much value out of dry firing (FREE) or using a Crimson Trace laser during dry fire.
 

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Well, after giving it some more consideration, I did "bit the bullet" and got one on order..
I talked to Lenny Magill and have a better understanding (besides his promo video) of how it will fine tune your draw, aiming and shooting skills..
I will post my experiences ...
 

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Got my "gadget" and I am impressed... I also have a LaserMax and the "Magic Bullet" mark on the target is very close to the LaserMax beam. It also gives me a better understanding of the grip, sighting and trigger control. I also did some "fast draw" aim/fire tests and you will be surprised how much I still have to learn..

First conclusion.. I like it, it's a very nice accessory for dry firing practices..
Of course the range shooting will finally proof the progress (I hope...:) )
 

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With a few more days of practice, I really start to like this "training tool".. I am using a 2.5 sq. inch reflective target at 25 feet and got a much better understanding of trigger tension and finger position..Also the grip and stance have improved..Even the "night" shooting with the Trijicon night sights is a fun exercise...
The "fast draw" routine is very slowly coming along as well..
I know it is not cheap but on the other hand each trip to the range is 100 rounds.. so it will pay off very soon..:)
 

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i did not know such a thing existed until now and i have to say i'm very interested. of course i do not have that much money laying around to blow but it's good to know there are good practice tools like that. it doesn't surprise me that this helps accuracy but i assume it only helps to a certain extent while in real life you have recoil to worry about. thanks for the post!
 
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