By Kyle Jillson | January 14 2011 14:20

SIRT, which stands for Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger, is a method of firearms training designed to improve a shooter's accuracy through laser-enhanced dry-firing. Created by Mike Hughes, the product started as a pistol but has expanded to include a bolt and lower receiver for AR-style rifles.

Next Level Training, makers of the SIRT Training Pistol, have partnered with the NRA to raise money for the NRA Endowment Fund through two deals: 

1. Special NRA Instructor Discount Program:

Now available at a $90 discount for NRA Certified Trainers with an additional 7% donated to the NRA Endowment Fund. Nextlevel Training LLC wants to support your training and support the NRA.

Click here to purchase a 2011 SIRT Training Pistol with your NRA Instructor Discount. Your $90 Per Gun Discount applies at checkout at end of order and will be visible with your final total.

2. The NRA Instructor Rep Program:

Provide SIRT products to your students and increase revenues for your business while supporting the NRA!

When a student uses your NRA instructor number to order a SIRT at a discounted price of $399, you will receive $40 per sale and the NRA Endowment Fund will receive a 7% ($27.93) donation. The students get a reduced price of $399 (discount from MSRP $439).

Increase revenues in your courses, support the NRA and get your students to train more!

In order to qualify for the discount, you must be a currently registered NRA trainer. If you are not yet registered, please go to here to learn how.

Next Level Training will be at the 2011 SHOT Show, which takes place next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. Get a hands-on preview of the 2011 SIRT Training Pistol and the SIRT-AR Bolt at JP Enterprises Booth #20130 if you're able.

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