SIRT Training Pistol

Our 12 Days of Giveaways is nearing its finish (12/9/18 – 12/20/18), but that doesn't mean you shouldn't still enter to win the remaining prizes that we have left. There are only big prizes left, and today's is a SIRT Pistol package.

The SIRT (Shot Indicating, Resetting Trigger) pistol developed by NextLevel Training, is a training tool resembling popular handguns.

It uses a laser to keep track of your shots on target to work on numerous aspects of shooting and reducing the amount of money required to maintain basic shooting fundamentals..

Additionally, it can be done safely from the comfort of your own home, as the SIRT pistol is inoperable as a firearm, it is impossible to load it accidentally with live ammunition.

The SIRT Pistol is a top contender for training tools in the firearm training industry because it allows you to train on:

  1. Holster draw
  2. Presentation
  3. Sight picture/sight alignment
  4. Trigger control. (The trigger is adjustable to get it as close to your pistol as possible.)
  5. Utilized with an electronic target, accuracy can also be practiced to a degree.
  6. And even tactical and speed reloads with the included functioning weighted magazine.

Each SIRT pistol has the typical rail on the frame for mounting a weapon light. This allows you to run home defense drills inside your residence with your favorite light and/or laser.

The handy, bright red color of the training pistols also helps to keep your neighbors from calling the police about someone running around with a gun.

SIRT is offered in 3 styles: The 110 which resembles a Glock 17/22, a 107 model which represents a Smith & Wesson M&P, and the SIRT pocket pistol.


Also available is the SIRT-AR Bolt which operates exactly like the pistol, but can be used in your own competition, or home defense AR platform rifle.

According to NextLevel Training,

“The SIRT AR-Bolt turns your AR into an auto-resetting trigger. Every time you pull the trigger, the laser shoots down your barrel.”

SIRT AR-15 Bolt

The SIRT system can be used on paper targets where you keep track of your hits yourself. Or you can purchase an electronic target which will give visual and audio cues for hits. Buy a couple and race your gun buddies for the fastest draw time.

For more information on how you can enter to win this or the remaining giveaways, check out this page.

About Brian McLaughlin

Brian grew up hunting and shooting on the Eastern plains of Colorado. He joined the Navy and spent time working in the 29 Palms Robert. E. Bush Naval Hospital Emergency Room before being sent to Afghanistan with the USMC.
Brian has extensive experience in treating and teaching combat trauma management and has acted as both a student and instructor of live fire and Force on Force training.
Currently, Brian is a full-time student at UC Denver for English, and the father of 3 small boys.


  1. Walter on December 17, 2018 at 6:23 pm

    Sweet deal

  2. Andy Rasmussen on December 18, 2018 at 11:53 am

    I’d love to win one of these

  3. bob on December 18, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    Notification showed up but didn’t have a link

  4. james on December 18, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    When are drawings?

  5. Paula on December 19, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    Wondering how to enter today’s drawing? My notification showed up but is gone now, & didn’t get a chance to reply to it

  6. Shantardrick on December 20, 2018 at 1:04 pm

    No link to my notification today

  7. rjparsons28 on December 20, 2018 at 5:43 pm

    I did not get a notification today so how do I enter the drawing to win

  8. Tim on May 12, 2019 at 10:43 am

    Good laser training Pistol comparison video. Thanks

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