The Mantis X10 Shooting Performance System is the latest and greatest from Mantis. The X10 will help improve your trigger control and accuracy! The X10 sensor attaches to the picatinny rail of your weapon, analyzes thousands of bits of information with each shot, and feeds that data into the MantisX App. The system works on pistols and long guns, dry fire and live fire.
What is in the box? The X10 system includes the sensor, a barrel mount and universal mount, USB charging cable, case, and instruction manual.
The X10 is smaller and lighter than the original MantisX with better battery life and a higher data rate.
To get started, charge up the X10 device and then slide onto the picatinny mount. Download the MantisX App for your phone and connect your phone to the X10 sensor. Now you are ready to get started on one of the many available courses, drills, or benchmarks. The App includes a wide variety of options. You can start with the Introduction or go straight to establishing a benchmark to evaluate your current performance.
There are enough courses and drills to keep you occupied for weeks of daily use.
The first step before beginning any drill is to go into Settings and establish how you are using the X10 today. This is where you choose pistol or rifle, right hand or left hand, live fire or dry fire, and so on.
As always, exercise proper gun safety especially if planning to dry fire practice at home.
What is really cool about the Mantis X10 is that it doesn’t simply report on your performance. The software analyzes your trigger control and gun control to offer possible causes of your misses. For example, in the first screenshot below it suggest that “Pushing” and “No Follow Through” as possible causes for my misses.
The Mantis X10 Elite Performance Shooting System retails for $250. It will easily save you this much money in ammo and range fees!
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