SCATT systems will help experienced shooters to better their skills, and beginners the chance to shorten the time needed to learn shooting skills by a factor or two or three. Practicing in an average-size room you can use any type of weapon and simulate shooting at distances up to 1000 meters.

A general description of the training system

All systems operate on the following principles: An electronic optical sensor is fixed to the barrel of the weapon, or the compressed air cylinder of an air weapon. The shooter then aims at the electronic target. A trace of the point of aim can then be followed on a ‘real-time’ display screen. On activating the weapon trigger, the point of impact is then displayed on the screen. All results of the training session can be recorded for further analysis.