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Hard Rubber Training Gun (Black)


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Hard Rubber Training Gun (Black)

New, Improved! Constructed of dense synthetic silicone with the exact size and design of the popular automatic pistol. Ideal for safely practicing disarming techniques against firearms. Very popular for law enforcement agencies. These high quality training aids are now available to all qualified instructors! Available in ‘safety’ colors only so they cannot be mistaken for a real firearm, and to comply with ‘Limitation Gun’ laws. New improved material is not as stiff as previous models for safer, more realistic training! 8.5 inch long, 5.5 inch tall. Approx. 18.6 oz.

Hard Rubber Training Gun (Black)

FEATURED Hard Rubber Training Gun (Black)

  • (Long) Rubber gun – molded to look and feel like the real item
  • rubber for training purposes
  • heavy and realistic
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What customers say about Hard Rubber Training Gun (Black)

  1. D. Jones "Thinker, Warrior, Teacher" says:
    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrible purchase, there are better simulated training weapons, May 17, 2013
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    This review is from: Hard Rubber Training Gun (Misc.)

    This is a 2013-May-22 update to my early review (below) and I *am* an expert.
    No offense to Shaya, but his review actually underscores my points below.

    This is barely usable as a training tool for several reasons.
    The short version is that it makes training very UN-realistic and encourages bad habits when dealing with handguns.
    It is the same product as Yellow Hard Rubber Training Gun except for the coloring.

    1) The “rubber” covering on the gun makes it stick unnaturally and feel odd in your hand.
    If you do any realistic gun disarms you and your training partner will both have an unrealistic grip and feedback response to the movement. The whole thing feels like “stick-um” or something is applied to the gun.

    2) The trigger guard is some sort of pliable rubber and bends with the slightest pressure.
    While some inexperienced people may think this makes training safer, it actually does the exact opposite.
    I repeat: “If you or your students are hurting their fingers in the trigger guard then you need to learn how to safely and responsibly hold a handgun when you are not actively pulling the trigger – and then teach the people you train with.
    Your extended index finger should rest on the barrel above the trigger guard, no matter if the weapon is real or not.
    Yet another case where many “martial arts” instructors think they are qualified to teach self defense when they would not know a real, effective self defense technique if it hit them in the face.”

    3) There is no trigger in the guard at all!!
    This ENCOURAGES inexperienced people to put their fingers in the guard because they mistakenly think that is where it belongs. It also provides inaccurate feedback to movements because the trigger finger is about where it would be AFTER the trigger has been pulled.

    The only thing I like about the gun is that it is of a decent weight for the price.

    Source: I am a Defensive Tactics & Combatives instructor with almost 25 years of experience.

    — Original review:
    I evaluate a lot of equipment for training and I am buying this but I have a SERIOUS concern:
    “New improved material is not as stiff as previous models for safer, more realistic training!”

    What the heck is that supposed to mean? Real handguns are made of METAL and are STIFF!
    If your students are hurting their fingers in the trigger guard then you need to learn how to safely and responsibly hold a handgun when you are not actively pulling the trigger – and then teach your students.
    Your extended index finger should rest on the barrel above the trigger guard, no matter if the weapon is real or not.
    Yet another case where many “martial arts” instructors think they are qualified to teach self defense when they would not know a real, effective self defense technique if it hit them in the face.

    I’ll update my review after I teach a few classes with this.
    I’m giving it a chance because it saves a bit of money over the ones we regularly use.

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  2. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great training pistol, November 26, 2013
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    This is a well made training pistol. It’s a nice bonus being all orange to lessen the chances of it being confused for a real weapon. Feels good in my hand and I feel it will last indefinitely.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good training weapon, November 26, 2013
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    Great training gun, good size/weight. Rubber surface so doesn’t hurt as much when it hits or rubs against you, but it’s solid so you can still practice disarming no problems.

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