Shotgun Training & Practice Shooting System
Designed Specifically for Boy Scouts & Youth Groups
Bringing new shooters into the shooting sports is important for the continuation and health of all of the shooting venues.
In support of that, we are offering special products and prices for youth groups and their sponsors to aid in the
succession of new shooters successfully experiencing the joys and camaraderie of the shooting sports and outdoors.
The Model Remington 870 replica non-gun is a laser-equipped Blue Gun with a normal trigger pull that allows laser practice
in places where real guns are not allowed. These places may be meeting rooms in schools, municipal buildings or private
homes. Legally practice anywhere in complete safety and put your Boy Scouts or Youth Groups on the road to their shotgun
shooting merit badge.
Pricing: Basic Package includes LaserPro Moving Target Projector in Case with
Battery Recharge Cube and Tripod, and Remington 870 Blue Gun...................................$649.00
NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME. PRODUCT BEING REDONE.
The Remington Model 870 Blue Gun is an exact replica of a real Model 870
without the internal shooting mechanism. Same weight, same size, but no
moving parts and does not and cannot shoot live ammo. A laser is installed
in the Blue Gun and when you pull the trigger you instantly see your shot as
a red laser light. Shoot your laser-equipped Blue Gun at the LaserPro
projected targets and you can practice shooting anywhere, anytime.
The LASERPRO Moving Target Projector projects 1 or 2 moving red laser
light targets on a wall so that you can shoot your Blue Gun at moving
targets. You can set the LaserPro so that the targets move from left to right,
right to left, horizontally or vertically, or in any direction you want by adjusting
the swivel tripod. You can adjust the distance and speed of the laser and
you can activate the target with your voice (just say "pull" or whatever you
normally say on the range) or set it on continuous cycle so that the target(s)
automatically repeat the same targets once one cycle is completed.
Letter from Boy Scout leader in South Elgin, Illinois
Thought you guys would like to hear (and see) some feedback on the Laser Pro and
the Remington 870 Blue Gun with Laser that I recently purchased. We had an annual
“Merit Badge University” session with our Boy Scout Council last week and offered
the classroom portion of the Rifle & Shotgun merit badge. We used the Laser Pro
and the Blue Gun in the shotgun class and it was a hit! We had 30 Scouts go through
the Shotgun session and our plan was to work on the fundamentals in the classroom
and have the Scouts complete as much as they could on the Merit Badge worksheet.
The class was hosted at a local high school, so we thought twice about bringing real
firearms into the classroom. The Laser Pro made it all come together for the Scouts
when they practiced the shotgun shooting fundamentals. I was uncertain whether the
investment would really pay off, yet after watching the Scouts connect the dots, I was
sold. Almost every Scout was routinely mastering the swing, pulling the trigger at the
right moment, and continuing with the follow through.
The end result? Every single boy consistently lined up the lasers and would have been
breaking birds left and right had we really been shooting. The smiles and the confidence
demonstrated by each Scout made it all worthwhile.
I probably put 50+ Scouts per year through the Shotgun merit badge and we typically
spend a lot of time on the range. I’m going to incorporate this system into all future
classes in an effort to better prepare the shooters for the range portion. Success on
the range is what is going to bring these Scouts back to the range and keep them in
the sport. I’d recommend the Laser Pro & Blue Gun to any instructor. (I’m also going to
spend time improving my skills with the Laser Pro…!).
Thanks for the fast
shipping and quick turn-around.
Letter from Boy Scout leader who trains Scouts with Pistolero and 22 caliber
We are having good
teaching results with the Pistolero and 22caliber insert prior to taking
the Scouts to the range for live fire.I have used the shotgun wire you
provided and have taped it to a .22 bolt rifle. The wire is the one
with a microswitch and we clip it to the trigger. I prefer no more than
8 scouts to a class depending on age, the younger the fewer for more
attention. The scouts show up at the first 1-1/2 hour session and must
have the rifle merit badge book and have downloaded and printed the
Rifle Merit Badge Worksheet from the National website.
At the second session
I have one side of the scout room set up as a range and have four targets
on the wall at the furthest distance I can get, up to 50 feet. I have
four prone positions with empty rifles and one bench position with the
Pistolero equipped rifle and a Pistolero red target in front of the
bench position zeroed in. We start the second session with a quick review
of all the worksheet requirements and explain so the scouts can fill
in what they didn't have or did not understand. Then we move over to
the range and teach the boys the prone position and how to use the rest.
We go through the five fundamentals and have them dry fire with an emphasis
on aiming and hold control. We try to get the boys to really understand
the sight picture which is difficult for many. As my dad helpers work
the boys in the prone position, I take the scouts most ready to the
bench position with the Pistolero equipped rifle. I instruct them on
the bench position and have them cock the bolt and take aim. When they
say they have a good sight picture with the front blade at six o'clock
on the bull I have them bring their finger to the trigger and press
the laser microswitch. Now we see if they do have a good sight picture.
Many are surprised at how far off they are. I have them correct and
remind them of their points of contact for hold have them do breath
control and squeeze the trigger. The scouts that do not have the rifle
firmly to their shoulder or a good cheek weld and/or jerk the trigger
now see a dancing red laser on the target. Now we can teach the proper
aim, breath control, hold control, trigger control, and follow through
without live ammo and actually see if the scout is doing it. The scouts
can see their mistakes. We rotate the scouts through the 22 caliber
Pistolero position and have those that show understanding practice prone
position dry fire. We finish up the session with a little home work
for those who need it.
We have scheduled
live fire at a local range for the weekend to have each scout qualify
with five three shot groups that all shots can be covered or touched
with a quarter, and then five - five shot groups that can be covered
or touched with a quarter. For the third session we meet at the range
early and review the range rules, safety rules, and the five fundamentals
of rifle shooting. We then have the scouts hang their targets and start
qualifying. On the first group I ran using the 22 caliber Pistolero
we had good shooting from five of the seven scouts as they finished
both shooting requirements very quickly with minimum shots. Just outstanding
results because of the Pistolero dry fire exercise during the second
session! We could see and correct their errors with the Pistolero that
we wouldn't have seen until we were at the range during live fire. We
were now able to give the two scouts having difficulty more time and
got them qualified as well. We had two hours of donated time for two
lanes at the range and got finished in that period of time. I am sure
we would have had to schedule more live fire range time for the scouts
to shoot qualifying scores if it were not for the use of the Pistolero.
Thank you for setting
me up with the long wire and microswitch trigger clip. It works great!
spent a pleasant couple of hours Sunday evening teaching a
friend's 12 year old son about shotgunning. Your Basic Ultimate
Practice System system was a big part of the instruction and
I was truly amazed at how quickly this kid mastered the basics
of mounting his gun and swinging through the moving laser
generated target. By the time we were done Sunday evening,
this kid looked as if he had been born with a shotgun in his
hands. Perhaps he is a child shooting prodigy, or maybe I'm
a better instructor than I thought, but I believe the lion's
share of our success belongs to your laser training system.
Plus, the kid really had a great time using your system. It
made the learning process kinetic and fun for him.
believe your system is a much better way to introduce a new
shooter to shotgunning than to have the person simply start
shooting at clay targets with live ammunition. Your system
offers the necessary elements for learning to shoot a shotgun
(a moving target and feedback on where the gun is actually
pointed relative to the target) without the distraction of
the noise and recoil. Also, I believe the lack of a
sense of urgency about breaking an actual target allows the
student to acquire the basics much more quickly and less stressfully.
boy's gun mount was so good and his swing was so smooth by
the time we were done that I am really looking forward now
to shooting clay targets at the club with him next week. I
am confident that having laid a proper gun handling foundation
with your laser system, he will easily make the transition
to breaking real targets.
I should add that your system works well for experienced shooters,
as well as beginners. I sometimes find my gun mount getting
sloppy in the excitement of a grouse hunt, and early season
when the leaves are still up and the limited visibility makes
for very brief shooting opportunities, I find myself falling
into a deplorable "stab and shoot" shooting style.
A little practice with your system during the evenings in
my 30' Airstream trailer that is my grouse camp always helps
to restore a proper gun mount and gets me back to a smooth
swing when shooting.
for your wonderful laser training system.
Robert Louis Company
31 Shepard Hill Road
Newtown, CT 06470
Phone: (800) 979-9156
Fax: (203) 270-3881