Safe, effective, and innovative, the Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (SIRT) Training Pistol was developed by shooters for shooters, to complement live fire training. More about the SIRT.
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Plastic Pistol Case ($19.95)
Large, molded-in handle. Two layers of high-density foam. Thick wall construction for maximum protection. Comfortable, secure, user-friendly latches. Lockable. Fits one SIRT and 3 magazines. Made in the USA.
SIRT Spot Trainer ($19.95)
Changing from iron sights to a reflex sight takes some training. If you haven’t worked the mechanics, adding a reflex sight may actually slow your shooting down initially. The SPOT is a very simple and cost effective way to train for your reflexive optic. The SPOT fits on your your SIRT slide and uses the red trigger take up laser to mimic the dot in a pistol mounted optic (e.g. an RMR TM).
Single Training Magazine ($21.95)
These training mags are great for doing reloads with the SIRT Training Pistol. The training mags are completely inert and can not take live ammunition. They are weighted to approximate a loaded magazine.
SIRT and accessories ship to USA only
Since I have a computer training program to use my SIRT pistol with, I realized I didn't have an extra magazine to practice reloads. A spare magazine for the SIRT pistol is very worth while and just wish I had one a lot earlier.
the sirt pistol case is a very handy accessory for the sirt pistol . keep the pistol clean and in a protective case. gun goddess prices were very fair and shipping was very quick
This holds my SIRT plus three extra mags and two spare batteries. Good build quality (for plastic) and very durable.
Ordered extra Glock dummy magazine and lockable plastic case at the same time I ordered my SIRT--Glock version.
As mentioned by another reviewer, My Dry Fire Fit cards talked about using the SIRT system and was mentioned in the Dry Fire Cards companion book.
So being a first-time multiple firearms owner, it seemed the logical thing to get the extra magazine to 'practice' what one does NOT see on TV shows or in Hollywood Productions; actually 'practicing' the reloading if a dummy semi-automatic weapon magazine!
Again, looking forward to training my trembling hand(s) to shoot as straight as humanly possible in live-fire range circumstances.