Smart Firearms unveils new training gun
The SF-35 Pro is built with an actual Sig Sauer frame and features a shot counter for greater realism
Due to Hurricane Ida’s impact on the Gulf Coast, the in-person portion of IACP 2021 has been canceled. As many law enforcement manufacturers debut new products and services at the conference, follow Police1's IACP coverage for the latest product announcements.
By Police1 Staff
TEMPE, Ariz. — Training gun manufacturer Smart Firearms has revealed its latest model, the Smart Firearms SF-35 Pro.
According to the company, the SF-35 Pro is a training gun based on Sig Sauer’s P320 and is built with an actual Sig Sauer frame.
The SF-35 Pro comes with a shot counter to force reloads during training.
The SF-35 Pro features a metal slide and an internal red or infrared laser that can be used with most laser training products, according to the company. The training gun is holster-friendly for mounting tactical flashlights on the rail.
IACP 2021 is scheduled to take place virtually Sept. 11-14. On September 1, organizers announced all in-person events were canceled in the wake of Hurricane Ida. For more information about the virtual events, see here. For general information about IACP 2021, see here.