Stay On Target With Garmin’s Xero S1 Trapshooting Trainer

Jul 12, 2019

Category: Tech

Whether you’re a competitive shooter or just an upland hunter looking for a way to hone your skills on your day off, the implementation of a trusted training device into your daily routine might be just what you need. Luckily, Garmin has decided to utilize its technological prowess to bring sharpshooters the all-new Xero S1 Trapshooting Trainer — an innovative device that tracks, analyzes, and references your best (and worst) performances for personalized feedback.

The Xero S1 Trapshooting Trainer is the first live-fire mobile device to help you keep track of your performance at the range. Via the trainer’s shooting glove-friendly 5” sunlight-readable touchscreen display, you’ll have access to a slew of metrics. They include shot position and reaction time all the way to shot location relative to the clay, how far away the clay was at trigger pull, shot velocity during transit, and shooting tendencies. As a result, you’ll find that your accuracy, reaction time, and weapon control will improve — giving you more confidence at the range or in the wilderness while you’re on your next big hunt. The S1 Trapshooting Trainer is available now via Garmin’s website for $1,000.

Purchase: $1,000

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