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.
SCATT Training Systems
This system is an electronic computer trainer intended for shooting practice with fixed targets. The unique feature of this system is the ability to train either in the dry fire mode or in live fire, using real ammunition. The trainer is also designed to be used both indoors and at open shooting ranges.
This is used for fixed target training at distances from 5 to 10 meters and imitates shooting up to 1000 meters. using pneumatic, small and large caliber sharpshooter weapons, archery bows, crossbows and other types of weapons.
This one used for fixed target training at distances from 4 to 6 meters and imitates shooting up to 300 meters, using pistols of 9mm caliber.
SCATT USB used for fixed target training at distances from 5 to 12 meters and imitates shooting up to 1000 meters. using pneumatic, small and large caliber sharpshooter weapons, archery bows, crossbows and other types of weapons.
This one used for the training of Biathletes. This system has five targets set at a distance of 5 meters and imitates shooting at 50 meters. This system not only measures fixed aiming trajectory, but also the weapon’s trajectory movement onto the next target.
This system the newest, and least expensive model among all SCATT training systems. This model is designed to be a great training tool for juniors, beginners, and mid-level shooters who want to take the smartest route to improve their scores, and shooting technique. It is capable of working inside and outside, at distances of 2.5 meters and above, and supports both dry-fire and live-fire training.