Mantis X10 Elite Shooting Performance System
ID: MT-1004 UPC: 752830736887
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For beginner to combat elite handgun, rifle, and shotgun shooters.
The X10 is the elite version of the MantisX. The MantisX is a breakthrough tech product that helps you train more efficiently. While attached to your firearm, it continuously collects movement data before, during, and after each shot, providing real-time feedback on your shooting mechanics. The sensor connects via Bluetooth LE to any iOS or Android device, and complex algorithms analyze movement patterns. MantisX is designed for your firearm, for use in both live fire and dry fire shooting.
The Mantis X10 is the next revolution of the breakthrough MantisX. In addition to everything the X3 and X7 do, key features of the X10 will include:
- Recoil analysis
- Holster Draw Analysis
- **Dynamic Shooting (rapid fire, multi-target, shooting on the move)
- **Software support for all shooting sports (pistol, rifle, shotgun, archery)
Collecting thousands of data points per second, the X10 analyzes your shooting in real-time. For pistols, rifles, and shotguns. The X10 works with dry fire, live fire, airsoft/CO2, and simulated weapons systems.
HOW DOES MANTISX WORK?
ATTACH THE DEVICE: Connect MantisX to the accessory rail, just like other accessories.
CONNECT THE PHONE: Install the smartphone application, turn on MantisX, and pair the device with a phone via Bluetooth. Available for both Android and iOS.
COLLECT THE DATA: Evaluate shooting performance, identify areas of improvement, and track progress over time.
Mantis X10 Elite sensor
BR7 Barrel Mount Picatinny Rail for rifles and shotguns.
USB charging cable
Mantis X10 Case + Foam Insert
Quick Start insert
** Future free app updates.
Dimensions: 1.3" x 1" x 0.75" LxWxH
Feedback and detailed descriptions of your shot, as well as recommendations for correction, are categorized 12 different ways:
Pushing forward, No follow through, Breaking wrists up, Breaking wrists down, Heeling, Too much trigger finger, Too little trigger finger, Tightening grip while, pulling trigger, Slapping the trigger, Tightening fingers, Anticipating recoil, Thumbing.