Mantis Blackbeard AR15 - Green Laser

SKU:
MT-5003
$249.00
$269.00
(You save $20.00 )
(2 reviews)
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Want to be able to do dry fire practice with your AR-15 without having to run the charging handle between shots?  An auto-resetting trigger sounds like the perfect thing.

This is not a drop-in trigger kit that you can swap with your trigger or a modification to your existing trigger.  This is a drop-in Bolt Carrier Group + magazine that works with your existing trigger.  It has the same weight, break, and reset. Your dry fire practice just became 100x more effective and engaging.

Using electromechanical wizardry, Blackbeard allows you to take up to 10 dry fire shots per second, quickly resetting the hammer between each shot.  This is the ultimate AR trigger reset machine.

Installation takes less than a minute - just break open your AR, remove the bolt carrier group, drop in Blackbeard, close your baby up, and put the magazine in place to provide the power.  It's a 20 second change-out.  Dry fire away, counting how much money you're saving with every sweet trigger break and reset that you hear.

Note: all Blackbeards now support both direct impingement and piston-driven ARs.

  • 520 nm, 60ms pulse duration, Continuous wave for the Green laser
Brand:
Mantis
Product Type:
Training

Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent buy

    Posted by Dan Dineen on Jul 5th 2021

    Excellent fit & finish. Very long battery life; charged it to almost full (got impatient) when I got it, since then I have a few thousand trigger pulls and haven’t charged it again. Zero difference in the laser from full charge to whatever I’m at now ~2,500-3,009 trigger pulls later.

  • 4
    MANTIS BLACKBEARD AR15 - GREEN LASER

    Posted by Patrick Lott on Jun 11th 2021

    I think this is a good training tool to get more familiar with the trigger and for zeroing in on targets in you your home for self defense practice. It is a little difficult to just toss in and start working. You need to be sure the triggers is back and the device is in the proper position and it would be better if the cost was around 25% less. $250 is pretty steep. Otherwise it seems to be a fairly reliable device.