Laser Ammo's SureStrike .380 Cartridge
Laser Ammo's SureStrike .380 Cartridge

Laser Ammo — a New York-based manufacturer of firearms training products for civilian, law enforcement, and military markets — is releasing the highly-anticipated SureStrike .380 Cartridge, which enables the user to develop and maintain a number of shooting skills, including stance, gun presentation, sight alignment, sight picture, breath control, trigger pull, and follow through.

According to the press release, the SureStrike .380 fits directly into any 380 caliber firearms breech and is activated by the impact of the striker or firing pin to emit an eye safe laser pulse simulating the point of impact. This eliminates the possibility of misfires and ensures more realistic training. A live round can’t be loaded into the breech loading system, making it safe for training. This cartridge works with paper, reflective or interactive targets like Laser Ammo’s LaserPET, AIMWELL’s and L.A.S.R. Software. In addition, it can also be programmed to work with a variety of different firearms training simulators.

The SureStrike .380 has a computer microprocessor that controls the laser beam which guarantees the shooter 5000+ shots and offers multiple training pulses: Bore Sight Cap, Multi-Mode or both. The SureStrike Cartridge also has sleeping mode for longer training. It is powered by silver oxide dry cell batteries. The laser emits an eye safe class 3a beam.

Simply put, the SureStrike .380 eliminates the need for a dedicated training firearm. The manufacturer suggested retail price is $114.95.

Technical Information

* Electronics: Computer Microprocessor
* Power Source: Silver oxide dry cell batteries
* Construction: Stainless steel
* Laser Spec: Class 3a, Up to 5mW, 635-650nm wavelength
* Safety: Lead free, eye safe (meeting US and EU regulations)

For more information about the SureStrike .380 Cartridge, and the full range of products currently offered by Laser Ammo, please visit

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