Mike Hughes is a force to reckon with. He played college football before he went on to become a patent attorney. Along the way he got into pistol competitions and soon developed a dry fire tool called the Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger Training Pistol or SIRT pistol for short. This tool is basically allowing people to dry practice with a trigger that can be adjusted and has two different color lasers coming out of it. One red as the finger gets on the trigger and the other green as the shot breaks. It is a great diagnostic tool for instructors as well. The SIRT pistol comes both in a Glock and Smith and Wesson M&P styles and when I caught up with Mike at this years SHOT Show, he was proud to announce a Pocket Pistol form factor. This allows the EDC crowd to get their reps in as well.
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