DART Trace brings real-time shot tracking to the DART Range, which is particularly useful for accessing the capabilities of new students. DART Trace tracks the movement of a firearm (pistol or rifle) during all phases of a shot: target acquisition, aim, trigger pull, and follow through. Once a shot is made, the shooter’s aim point can be replayed in real time along with various data points, which can be used to analyze shooting performance.
DART Trace requires a specialized training weapon that is available as an option to the DART system. Documentation for DART Trace can be found here.
View detailed information about each shot including location, score, and timing. Tracking information includes the movement of the gun during aim, trigger squeeze, and follow-through phases.
DART Trace Features
Use any DART target
Set target distance and shot count
Save traces as animation files for later review
Easy to read gauges show the speed of muzzle movement through all phases of the shot