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This is some cool sh*t. I just made this video. You can hit the "Play" button on each shot to watch your movements: BEFORE the shot, AS the shot breaks, and AFTER the shot breaks.
 

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‘Mr Racer it looks like you dry fired it over one million times in two weeks? You honor what we have here is….’ 🤣

Looks pretty cool. How does it work for live fire? Remove the red thing from barrel and thingy on rail stays and tracks things?
Will be trying it with live fire tomorrow. I think it will be more interesting, since live fire is when my flinch, trigger press, and grip demons really show up.
 
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Tomorrow I'll try it with live fire. Pretty sure the scores won't be as high!
 

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Tried it with the SIRT laser pistol. Worked perfectly. Though I don't "shoot" as well with it... yet.
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Better!
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Here's what I've learned / confirmed, so far: It's ALL about the trigger press.

When it comes to shrinking the group, it's about trigger press. The more slowly I press into the "break," the more precise I shoot. I've been pressing the trigger too hard / violently. And I'm tellin' ya... it's a SUBTLE difference. It's not like I've been slamming the trigger. But I'm discovering it's more of a finesse thing.

Leaving to the range for live fire in about 30 minutes!
 

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Here's what I've learned / confirmed, so far: It's ALL about the trigger press.

When it comes to shrinking the group, it's about trigger press. The more slowly I press into the "break," the more precise I shoot. I've been pressing the trigger too hard / violently. And I'm tellin' ya... it's a SUBTLE difference. It's not like I've been slamming the trigger. But I'm discovering it's more of a finesse thing.

Leaving to the range for live fire in about 30 minutes!
In some of the courses, I mentioned a nipple doesn't like be yanking/pulling on. You tickle the trigger like a nipple. ;)
 

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In some of the courses, I mentioned a nipple doesn't like be yanking/pulling on. You tickle the trigger like a nipple. ;)
Well, NOW you tell me!
 

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Update on playing with the Mantis X system.

On my gun builders forum, someone asked me to try it with a bench rest to see if I could (theoretically) score "100."

OK... not 100%, because there is still some movement possible on this bench rest, and this tool is very sensitive.
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Average score on bench rest was 99.4. Best shot was 99.9.
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For comparison... dry fire offhand session:
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And a live fire group from yesterday. This is for the bottom group on the target.
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Here's the Mantis X analysis of the first (center) group. Note the low-left first shot correlation.
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What is this sorcery?!??
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Mantis sensor mounted on mag floor plate to allow holstering:
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