A Keanu Reeves Christmas
Or Maybe It’s A Taran Tactical Christmas
Taran Butler showed he has good taste in Christmas gifts over the holidays. He gave Keanu Reeves a SIRT gun.
We like SIRT guns, and we like Keanu Reeves for putting in as much effort as he does to actually shoot and move tactically. (Well, minus that center axis relock/CAR stuff, but hey — it’s distinctive, which we’re hoping is the only reason they chose it.)
Reeves can actually shoot, you know.
SIRT pistols, if you’re not familiar with them, come from Next Level Training (@nltsirt). In simplest terms, they utilize different colored lasers to help a shooter self-diagnose a number of potential issues that might be negatively affecting their shooting. It’s a great way to train indoors, and an excellent way to expand on the benefits of proper dry-fire.
SIRT pistols are actually on Amazon, and eligible for Prime.
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