The popular DryFire target simulation system has got a refresh, with an update that provides new target options, better realism and an improved user interface.
In recent years the DryFire target system has achieved international success with more than 20,000 users including Australia’s Aislin Jones, junior world Skeet champion.
The company behind DryFire, Wordcraft International, has now launched Version 5, which adds support for Apple Mac computers and offers targets as laser dots on a wall or as images of clays projected onto a screen in front of the shooter. There’s a wide variety of optional backgrounds to add realism to practice. There is also improved animation for broken clays and shot patterns.
The standard screen view shows a score card which is updated after every shot, while still allowing repetitive practice on those targets you find particularly difficult.
The system supports all types of Sporting targets as well as Trap and Skeet up to Olympic level, as well as options for rifle and pistol practice. The Target Designer add-on allows you to quickly create your own targets for regular practice.
DryFire remains ‘wire free’ – there are no trailing cables, allowing free gun movement. The latest clip-on gun assembly keeps a detailed record of all gun movement, making it possible to examine gun motion after every shot.
“We are really pleased with new the user interface, especially the super easy calibration,’ says Andrea Roach, Wordcraft’s MD and herself a qualified BASC coach. It brings the software bang up to date and makes it exciting to use while still providing all the detailed feedback that DryFire is famous for.”
For more details, see the website at www.wordcraft.com