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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby jfwright1955 » Mon 13 Apr 2015 5:34 pm

One thing that's working to my advantage with our downstairs bedroom (dry-fire area) set up is we have sliding doors in between the two adjoining bedrooms. I'm able to partially close the doors to mimic "slicing the pie" and entering rooms. It wasn't exactly what I had in mind 20 years ago when we build the place but I must've known one day it would make for an excellent dry-fire training area. :thumbsup:

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Doors Partially Closed For Slicing The Pie & Entry
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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby Photocell » Mon 13 Apr 2015 5:56 pm

Mehhh. I think this is what you truly are destined to have with all that spare room John!

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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby jfwright1955 » Mon 13 Apr 2015 6:43 pm

Photocell wrote:Mehhh. I think this is what you truly are destined to have with all that spare room John!

:spit:
I wouldn't even need to change out of my PJ's and bunny slippers. :ROFL:
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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby Roach » Tue 14 Apr 2015 6:10 pm

Use code SAR and get the $108 price direct.
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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby moyler » Tue 14 Apr 2015 7:31 pm

jfwright1955 wrote:
Photocell wrote:Mehhh. I think this is what you truly are destined to have with all that spare room John!

:spit:
I wouldn't even need to change out of my PJ's and bunny slippers. :ROFL:

Too funny! Good post, John.
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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby jfwright1955 » Thu 16 Apr 2015 10:17 am

I've had a left-handed holster and right-side mag carrier (I'm right-handed) for some time now but never really had much chance or desire to use it other than just casual, dry-fire usage. Although I keep telling myself I'm going to take tactical training classes one day left-handed, I always talk myself out of doing it because I don't want to "waste" a day fumbling around with a set-up I'm not comfortable with. I know, a lame excuse. I shoot plenty of times at the range left-handed, but that's not the same as doing it during tactical training drawing from a holster and going through the exercises.

The LASR software has renewed my interest in shooting as a "lefty" as I can run through the usual exercises and get instantaneous feedback on how I'm doing.

The biggest challenge for me has been mastering the left-handed draw and grip, mainly getting my thumbs to align alongside the slide area of the semi-auto. For anyone who's given shooting a try with the opposite hand you'll know how easy it is for the thumb to slide in behind the slide, which could result in a cut at best at the range. The software's helping me practice my left-handed draw and finesse my grip.

More to come as I continue my venture with the software...
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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby D-FIN » Fri 17 Apr 2015 10:51 am

Came Across this special http://www.lasrapp.com/CCW
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Re: LASR: Laser Activated Shot Reporter Software + Webcam

Postby jfwright1955 » Mon 27 Apr 2015 4:58 pm

Finally got around to installing the SIRT AR Bolt in my Smith & Wesson M&P15. It went in about as easy as I was hoping based on watching the SIRT installation video beforehand. All you have to do is:

1) Separate the lower from the upper
2) Remove the bolt carrier group
3) Install the SIRT guide block and link pin onto the trigger bar
4) Insert the SIRT bolt (in place of the bolt carrier group)
5) Reassemble the lower to the upper
6) Make minor adjustments to the link pin length, if needed, to ensure the laser lights up when the trigger's pulled

That's basically it.

The SIRT Bolt comes with an allen wrench to adjust the elevation and windage of the bolt, if needed. Mine took minimal adjustment to mirror the same point of impact (POI) versus point of aim (POA) I observe at close quarters (7 yards) at the range. The setup works like a champ with the LASR software.

Now I can practice not only with the AR15 but also transitioning from the AR to a pistol and all kinds of other fun stuff. :thumbsup:

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