Pistol Shooting Self Trainer
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When training alone without electronic target system or a range system turning your targets, it is very difficult to train specific Parts of ISSF programs.
For example the duel training which has a period for 3 seconds where you should shoot 1 shot, then a 7 second brake before new 3 seconds for next shot. On an electronic target system there is a red and green lamp telling you when to shoot.
This Pistol Shooting Self Trainer App simulates the program session and the red/green lights. In addition a voice or click tells you when to start, shot and stop. After a session you are able to save your score and view each session and your latest average. There is also a graph for each program where you can see your progression.
Latest statistic shows all your actual average scores in one page.
There is also a page showing how you would perform in different contests with these scores.
The Programs added is:
10 Meter 5 Shot Precision
25 Meter 5 Shot Precision
50 Meter 5 Shot Precision
25 Meter 5 Shot Series on 6 Seconds
25 Meter 5 Shot Series on 10 Seconds
25 Meter 5 Shot Series on 20 Seconds
25 Meter 5 Shot Duel Series (3 sec/7sec)
Bullseye shooting Slow fire 25 yards
Bullseye shooting Slow fire 50 yards
Bullseye shooting Timed fire 25 yards
Bullseye shooting Rapid fire 25 yards
Tags: precision shooting, bullseye pistol competition, pistol shooting instructions, handgun shooters, virtual shot, pistol shooting, text shooting self, self shouting, pistol shooting card, electronic training rapid pistol shooting.
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In full version there is added Bullseye shooting, slow fire, timed fire and rapid fire.
There is also added a statistic showing your average score in all sessions and a statistic showing how you will achieve in a competition, both ISSF pistol programs and US Bullseye competition with 3x30 shots.
Volume is now adjustable from menu on start screen.
When adding scores with virtual keyboard, the enter key is no activated as "save score".