Giving Back:The men and women of the U.S. Military and our Law Enforcement officers risk their lives everyday to keep us safe. We at Morgan Timing Systems would like to do more than say thanks, we have partnered with several charitable organizations that are doing great things for our active service members, their families, veterans, and law enforcement personnel. We encourage you to follow the links below and read about the great things these organizations are doing to give back. 

In serious emergency situations you will not "rise to the occasion" but rather sink to the level of your training and preparedness.

             -Barrett Tillman       

We wanted to develop a training tool that would allow shooters to obtain and record feedback on the results of their training, without having to go to the range and spend valuable time and money on ammo. The Dry Fire Training Barrel allows shooters to safely train with the pistol they carry in their holster everyday. By allowing for training with their trigger, point of aim, magazine changes, and specific equipment, shooters will have access to training scenarios without burning through thousands of rounds of ammo. The Dry Fire Training Barrel also helps avoid potential accidental discharge of weapons by novice shooters, and provides a safe training tool for groups and individuals. 

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Who we are

Privacy Policy: We only use your personal information to complete your order. We at Morgan Timing Systems, LLC take your privacy very serious. No personal information will be shared, stored or sold to any third party vendor or Government agency. 

Morgan Timing Systems, LLC is a United States veteran and private security contractor operated business. Ben Morgan, President and CEO is a former member of 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. He earned his Bachelor's Degree from Colorado State University in 2003, and became a commissioned officer in the US Army. While in college, he served in the US Army National Guard, and upon completion of his military obligation in 2006, he began working as a private military contractor in the Middle East and Africa.