Learn the fundamentals:If you need such a gadget, you are doing it wrong. Learn the fundamentals: Line up the sights correctly with focus on the front sight, press the trigger without disturbing the sight picture, and follow through. If you do that, you know exactly where your shot went, including during dry practice, because you know what the sight picture was before, during and after firing the shot.
If you do not know exactly where your shot went, then you are not lining the sights up correctly with focus on the front sight and/or you do not follow through. If you do know exactly where your shot went but you are all over the place, then you are not pressing the trigger without disturbing the sight picture.
I have a quick question. If you point the muzzle up and rack the slide, does the laser bullet drop out of the barrel or is it held safely in place in the chamber by friction? I know it doesn't get ejected, but is there a potential to fall out due to gravity?Thanks!
That's good to know, thanks.The laser bullet is held securely. It has 2 rubber rings that hold it pretty snug. You have to force it out.
There is a whole discussion about point shooting without really using the sights and to which distance that is beneficial. One school of thought is, once the sights are in your line of sight, use them and apply the marksmanship fundamentals. For all other shooting positions, which are typically during close contact engagements, use point shooting. The other school of thought is, if you can naturally point at it, you can hit it with unsighted fire. I am not particularly a fan of the latter school of thought as it trades of precision for speed (bigger group in shorter time) to the point that you lose accuracy (you miss). Missing fast isn't the goal.I have only really used it for quick point and shoot dry fire drills after finding out the laser was accurate.
I don't usually set the phone up when I use it. I just see where the laser hits the target. I do use the iPhone to score when I am teaching my son He is extremely competitive and it helps him focus.I use the laserlyte one, its not dependent on setting up with iphone