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    This is something I've picked up recently. Gives new shooters a feel for the pistol, the beginnings of trigger control / reset. Instant input for force on force. I've found it very useful, especially when range time is limited due to weather, etc. Lots of learning before expending lots of ammo. Nothing makes up for actual trigger time, but this is an excellent tool. Yes, you do have to remind students not to follow the laser while learning sight picture, but haven't had any difficulties with that. Weight is just a tad bit heavier than a loaded 17, but also fits any holster that a 17 / 19 fits.

    http://nextleveltraining.com/

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    And no, I'm in no way affiliated with these folks. There is a discount for NRA Instructors.

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    You now officially suck. I have been looking at this for the past few days after reading a review on Pistol-Trainin.com and have been very close to purchasing one. I went so far as to contact a few of the big name trainers I've taken classes from to ask their opinion.

    These are $400 so you really have to put that in perspective .... couple of cases of 9mm ammo (more if your re-load), a 2 -day pistol course, a used GLOCK, lots of support gear, etc. If you know you will use it regularly then it is prob worth it.

    I would be interested in more details of your purchase ... specifically, how long have you had it now, how exactly you use it ... dry fire, drills, etc. I am very interested.

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    The videos on the site are excellent for descriptions on what / how it can be used. We've only had them a few days now and haven't fully incorporated into a class yet. More testing than anything else to see if their is a benefit to using prior to the first range time. So far the answer would be yes. A more definitive answer will happen this week. I think that these will pay for themselves within 2 to 3 classes. With the NRA discount we got 2 at $299 apiece plus 20 for each extra mag. Not sure if it shows on the site, but you can change point of aim for the sights according to how you use them and point of impact for the red and green laser. Even if used nothing for else my consistent use for trigger control, take up / prep, break, reset, etc. they will be quite useful. You can also adjust trigger break and over travel to reflect a personal pistol as well.
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    Sounds like a good tool...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Razor View Post
    The videos on the site are excellent for descriptions on what / how it can be used. We've only had them a few days now and haven't fully incorporated into a class yet. More testing than anything else to see if their is a benefit to using prior to the first range time. So far the answer would be yes. A more definitive answer will happen this week. I think that these will pay for themselves within 2 to 3 classes. With the NRA discount we got 2 at $299 apiece plus 20 for each extra mag. Not sure if it shows on the site, but you can change point of aim for the sights according to how you use them and point of impact for the red and green laser. Even if used nothing for else my consistent use for trigger control, take up / prep, break, reset, etc. they will be quite useful. You can also adjust trigger break and over travel to reflect a personal pistol as well.
    I'm logged in through the NRA now and see them for $349. Did you get an additional discount for buying two?

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    The cost, our price point right now we’re lookin’ at [is] for $399.

    yikes. not for me. rather buy a new glock

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlweems View Post
    I'm logged in through the NRA now and see them for $349. Did you get an additional discount for buying two?
    My associate is an NRA Counselor and FFL, so there may have been an additional discount.
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