Shooting practice database
Define the shot characteristics
To characterize the shots there are twelve parameters that are stored in the database: the model of the gun used, type of ammunition, optics used, type of the propellant (CO2, green gas, compressed air, etc.), the name of the shooter, the position we took while shooting, distance to the target, type of ambient light, wind speed, temperature, mode (a parameter that you can use freely to classify shots, for example training, testing, etc.) and trigger weight.
Store all targets and shots in a database
All shots, along with the targets on which were carried out, are stored in the database and can be reviewed later. Groups of shots and their size, calculated as the distance between the centers of the two farthest shots, are also shown. All parameters related to the selected target are displayed, grouped by shooter, with the color corresponding to each one.
Score, accuracy and grouping data
In addition to the aggregate data of the target (shooting parameters, group size and total score), you can also check the accuracy parameters of each shot:
Score, distance to the center of the target in millimeters and inches, deviation in minutes of angle (MOA) and size of the group to which it belongs.
Simply place the mouse cursor over the shot. You can also recalculate the size of the groups after deleting some shots. You can adjust the accuracy in the sizing of the groups in order to eliminate the too farthest shots.