Trigger Point Advanced Pistol/Laser Technology
The World’s first electronically tied pistol and laser designed for special operations.
This is also the first pistol laser designed to fit like a glove on the Glock 17 and 19. The beautiful design looks like it came out of the mold with the pistol. All other pistol lasers are made to fit all pistols, therefore they don’t fit any very well.
If your shoulder fired weapon malfunctions, your backup sidearm will now be able to be used with immediate laser aimed deadly accuracy. The pistol will automatically turn on the laser with 1 ounce of trigger finger pressure on the trigger safety.
Operationally, when you can actually first detect the pressure of the trigger safety against your fingertip, the laser will activate with a brilliant flashing laser in either Green, or Infra Red, depending on the diode installed.
Continuation of Force
Since the trigger safety is “hot” at all times and allows immediate laser aimed directed fire, you do not need to remember to turn on anything as you engage in continuation of force and maneuver to disengage.
The laser also has a button located on the laser itself for temporary activation of a solid steady laser beam. The button is a push-on, push-off type for manual activation of the solid laser beam when circumstances may call for threat escalation but without the perception of incipient lethal force.
When a special forces operator has his pistol in hand, it is an emergency. It is the very nature of this emergency that makes the trigger safety activation of the laser a life saving feature.
Trigger Safety Activation Features
The laser does not have to be manually turned on before the trigger safety is “hot”. The trigger safety is “hot” 24/7 and cannot be disabled except by removing the laser from the pistol.
The laser and the frame are connected via three gold pins at the rear of the laser, and three gold contact points at the front of the trigger guard. The Laser powers the sensor embedded in the frame, which provides a signal to the laser at the appropriate time.
The laser will power the sensor for years without degrading the laser’s batteries. Laser burn time is approximately 2 hours for green, 10 hours for Infra Red.
When the decision to shoot the weapon has been made, the finger moves inside the trigger guard. When the trigger finger touches the trigger safety with enough pressure to actually feel it, about one ounce, the trigger safety spur begins to retract. When the trigger safety spur has partially retracted about one millimeter, the sensor activates the flashing laser mode and causes the laser to flash about 8 times a second.
This photo shows the actual position of the trigger safety when the laser starts to flash.
This flashing mode will continue as long as the finger remains on the trigger safety. Removal of the finger from the trigger safety causes the laser extinguish.
The yellow primary switch may be used to turn the laser on with a steady laser beam. It stays on until the button is pressed again.
If the trigger finger moves from the button after turning the laser on, any pressure on the trigger safety will cause the laser to override the solid beam with a flashing beam indicating finger on trigger.
In order to fire the weapon, you need to increase the pressure on your trigger finger 80 to 100 times to pull the trigger to discharge.
As always, the third rule of safe gun handling states: Never touch the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
The trigger safety activation switch is not intended to be used as a substitute for proper weapon handling.
The Laser uses new second generation direct green diode technology capable of operating down to zero degrees fahrenheit. The laser also uses steel threaded inserts for each screw so screws will not strip out. Weapon light can be attached to bottom of laser on the laser’s small picatinny.
Price of the laser is targeted at $300, price of the frame enhancement is targeted at $150
Production expected to begin 1st quarter 2016
Demonstrations and Training the Gen III Glock Laser can be arranged by contacting:
Hammer Stryke Self-Reliance Training, Inc
5170 Echo Hill Dr
Mariposa, CA 95338