Product Review: SIRT By NextLevel Training

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In this post, I’ll be giving my honest review of the SIRT pistols by NextLevel Training.

The Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (SIRT) Training pistol was developed by History’s Top Shot Season 3 finalist, Mike Hughes, to be a safe, effective and innovative tool that’s used 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.

Prior to acquiring my certification to train students with this tool, with the inability to rack the slide and no simulated recoil, I’ll admit that I was skeptical at first. When I went into the class, I went in with an open mind and came out quite impressed! Afterwards, I purchased their SIRT 110, which I utilize in my classes. With this piece of innovation, you can safely practice dry fire drills in your home or on the range; including, drawing from the holster, speed reloads and trigger resets to name a few. While it’s not affiliated with Glock, the SIRT 110 shares the functional features of the Glock 17/22.

When you purchase the SIRT 110, you’ll receive the following items:

  • 1 SIRT Training Pistol
  • 1 Training Magazine
  • Trigger Adjustment Tool
  • Laser Windage and Elevation Adjustment Tool
SIRT 110

We are currently selling the SIRT 110 training pistol in our online store and will be adding more options in the near future. Not seeing an option you like? Click here and use promo code BrooksDefense10 to receive 10% off your order.

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