Practical Shooting ExercisesFour Customizable Game Modes
Scoring Mode - A game mode that focuses on accuracy. Each of the 4 target zones can be configured with a score assigned to each zone. When a player hits a zone, that zone's point value will be added to his score. This is a casual, untimed game mode that is meant to help shooters focus on the fundamentals.
Number of Hits Mode - meant for multiple targets, shooters can configure how many hits are required to "complete" a given target. Once all targets are completed, a final score is calculated based on the number of hits, number of misses, and amount of time passed, although time to complete is unlimited. Amount of Ammo can also be limited. This shooting mode closely resembles that of major shooting competitions. A random start timer also helps mimic real world competition.
Timed Number of Hits Mode - Similar to the number of hits mode except an additional time limit can be applied. If the time limited is exceeded without completing all targets, additional penalties are applied to the score.
Random Target Call-out Mode - Targets will be randomly called out and the shooter must hit the target as quickly as they can. The drill continues until the shooter manually ends the game. Metrics about timing and number of targets hit are presented to the shooter.