I'm a lifetime NRA member, and this makes me cringe for so many reasons:
1) It promotes the bad habit of pointing a gun at something you don't mean to destroy.
2) It promotes sloppy aiming (I seriously doubt this take the kind of real accuracy a proper firearm takes).
3) It could get you in serious trouble if law enforcement kicks in your door (as in shot dead because you were turning on the light).
I'm all for non-gun guns for training - make this really take accuracy, and make it for training, and I'd be OK with it. But as it stands, it just seems like a bad idea to me.