9mm Straight Shooter Laser Trainer Kit
Improve Your Shot – While Having Fun!
The Straight Shooter Laser Training - with ARCADE mode!
Most dry-fire training systems forget about having fun! Straight Shooter was built to help you improve while having fun!
- 9mm Straight Shooter Laser Cartridge
Sturdy storage case for your laser
Portable tripod for your phone
Wooden laser removal tool
FREE access to Straight Shooter app (iOS and Android)
FREE Shipping in the United States of America
**Add a projector kit for Arcade mode for as little as $99 from Amazon. After you order we'll send you our top recommendations and specs
9/10 People Improved Their Accuracy in Just 20 Minutes!
Most dry-fire training systems forget about having fun! Or they're built with crappy technology that never seems to work as advertised. Straight Shooter was built for both – Improve your accuracy while basically playing video games!
- Improve your aim in as little as just one-session.
- Decrease target acquisition time so you can engage multiple threats effectively and quickly.
- Fine tune your trigger pull – It doesn't matter how good you aim if your trigger pull is just barely moving your gun before it fires. Fix this, and watch your accuracy skyrocket!
- Dial in your holster-draw speed.
- And Improve overall accuracy... While basically playing video games!
Play Standard Mode... Or Arcade Mode
In Standard mode, you can shoot our stationary paper targets. Simply print off the targets and hang them on the wall.
Arcade mode allows you to spice things up by shooting at moving targets that are projected onto the wall. Use your own projector, or buy one of ours for as little as $99 extra.
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A: We recommend you get a projector with at least 3,000 lumens. However, we recommend even more. The more lumens you get, the brighter the room can be when you practice. At 3,000 lumens, the room needs to be fairly dark for the camera to track the targets. At 8,000 lumens you can see your gun sights bright and clear.