The SIRT Pocket Pistol is a dedicated laser training device which mimics a variety of popular, concealable sub-compact pistols, such as the Glock 42/43, Ruger LC9, Ruger LCP, S&W Shield, Taurus PT111, and several others. It provides an auto-resetting, fully-adjustable trigger, and a trigger take-up and a shot indicating laser. You can customize your SIRT pistol by changing out the sights, utilizing the fully-functional rail, or swapping out the provided base-plates to simulate different magazine types. Looking for a different model SIRT? Click here to see all options
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Safe, effective, and innovative, the Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (SIRT) Training Pistol was developed by shooters for shooters, to complement, not replace, live fire training. The SIRT Training Pistol brings together a host of patent pending technologies critical to improving shooting accuracy while addressing issues of cost and liability.
The SIRT Pocket Pistol is a dedicated laser training device which mimics a variety of popular, concealable sub-compact pistols, such as the Glock 42/43, Ruger LC9, Ruger LCP, S&W Shield, Taurus PT111, and several others. It provides an auto-resetting, fully-adjustable trigger, and a trigger take-up and a shot indicating laser. You can customize your SIRT pistol by changing out the sights, utilizing the fully-functional rail, or swaping out the provided baseplates to simulate different magazine types.
The Pocket Pistol Model has features that are similar to any variety of ultra compact pistols.
Adjustable trigger take up activation:
The new trigger module provides adjustment for when lower red trigger take up laser is activated based on the trigger pull. For example, you can adjust the lower red trigger take up laser to be activated as soon as the trigger is touched. Or you can adjust the lower red trigger take up laser to be activated when the trigger is prepped (i.e. pressed about half way). This provides for various drills for safety and performance.
The new trigger system is adjustable to adjust the trigger prep weight and the trigger break weight. You can adjust these parameters without having to disassemble the pistol.
The trigger can be adjusted by the following parameters:
(verified owner) – June 26, 2019
I had been wanting one of the pocketpistol SIRT guns for a while now but wasn’t sure about spending that kind of money. I recently signed up for a concealed carry tactics course and was trying to use a drop-in laser cartridge for practice. Having to unload my carry and then re-rack every shot was interferring with my draw practice. So, I ordered this. Amazing difference. Gun feels solid in the hand, has a nice balance. resets itself. My only comment is that the two small round turn-screws near the trigger guard aren’t filed smooth, and sometimes dig into my hand. I may be able to sand those down when I get a free moment. Otherwise a great gun worth the money for someone who wants to be serious about improving.
(verified owner) – January 9, 2020
This is a great dry fire training tool. I alternate using the SIRT and my carry gun w/ laser cartridge on different drills for great flexibility and expanded variety of drills. Plus I had found I was developing a training scar when only using my striker fired carry gun – racking the slide after each shot. The SIRT is great, especially running multiple shot drills. Check out shooterreadychallenge.com, and you will quickly see you need both methods of dry fire for the best benefit.
Make a new years resolution to dry fire more, and much more effectively with the SIRT pistol!
(verified owner) – August 21, 2020
Love it! Makes training fun and a whole lot less expensive Able to try techniques and drills that I never could do at the range. The SIRT itself has proven to be reliable and is very solidly built. Definitely recommend if you want to improve.
(verified owner) – December 30, 2021
Hi Joseph, the SIRT should work with any shot reporting software that uses a visible laser to record ‘shots.’ Unfortunately we only ship within the United States.
– January 17, 2022
Will this fit a G43 holster? If not, what holsters does it fit?
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