I finally got around to playing with these things. I loaded the training cartridge in my Smith and Wesson M&P 9mm and set these things out. The videos are my true first runs with them for better or worse and to make it more interesting I switched to a course of night fire with the Crimson Trace Lightguard only and the transition to the Trijicon night sights, the first time I have ever shot with both low light tools.
First, day fire:
I have to rack the Pistol to fire multiple shots so I practice the tap rack malfunction drill. I might need to remove a follower on a mag instead of hitting the empty well.
Then night fire:
That was humbling. Yeah I know I'm probably holding it wrong too.
Impressions? They are fun and demanding targets. The fact I can actually practice night fire is an added bonus!
FTC disclaimer. I paid for everything here so pound sand, OK?
Someone asked. I was about 7 yards away and the camera was much closer to the cans. FYI. Some say the cans do not work in bright light. So far I have not seen that.