Training Plug


Made in the USA.

Training is essential. Safe training is critical.

Screen Shot 2015-08-19 at 12.38.06 AMWhen training or working with a new gun or holster it is important to become proficient quickly, especially when your life depends on it. Now you can train in realistic scenarios and self defense tactics with your duty or self defense gun without the risk of an accidental discharge.

The Lenwood Training Plug allows you to cycle your handgun and pull the trigger with no risk of danger. The high visibility safety orange muzzle tip of the Lenwood TrainiScreen Shot 2015-08-19 at 12.38.16 AMng Plug is easy to see in training scenarios. The high impact injection molded plastic is very durable, can be used over and over again, and will not harm your pistol in any way.

Screen Shot 2015-08-19 at 12.38.26 AM– Easily inserted into your firearm.

– Uses the gun’s barrel for consistent weight and balance.

– Caliber and barrel length specific.

– Not gun model specific.

– Will not damage your firearm.

– Will not allow the firearm to discharge while inserted.

– Models available for most semi auto handguns.

– Works with holsters.

– Full slide function.

– Handgun can be dry fired while installed.

Lenwood Training Plug
Lenwood Training Plug
The Lenwood Training Plug installs into the barrel of your pistol, displays a safety orange tip, and eliminates the possibility of chambering a round thus providing a safe and effective training opportunity without the threat of accidentally firing your gun.

The folks over at Gunsumer Reports took some time to look over the Lenwood Training Plug and give an unbiased review… I’m happy with their thoughts and believe the review to be helpful not only in the purchasing decision process but in understanding how to use it.

Lenwood Training Plug Instructions

1 – Make sure the firearm is unloaded and safe to disassemble.

2 – Field strip the firearm according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

3 – Insert a Lenwood Training Plug into the barrel from the chamber end.

4 – Reassemble the firearm according to manufacturer’s instructions.

Nothing has changed on the firearm, you can do magazine changes, dry fire and operate the slide.

If the Lenwood Training Plug is damaged in any way discontinue use immediately and replace.