DryFire helps clay and game shooters improve scores by providing intensive practice - hundreds of targets every evening is easy to achieve. The cost-saving laser version is ideal for small or awkward spaces (a spare bedroom or garage wall will do) while the projection version uses a PC projector to provide a photo-realistic shooting environment.
Using your own gun you have total freedom of gun movement (no trailing wires to get in the way) and you can practise any discipline: trap, skeet and sporting, at any level: club, national and international. Targets follow national and international rules with the same angular trajectories at the same angular speeds as clays outdoors.
You select the layout or target you want, e.g. Olympic Skeet Station 4 doubles, stand in front of the wall or screen, take up your shooting position, swing back to your hold point, call "Pull", acquire the target, start your swing, allow the correct amount of lead, fire and follow through - exactly as you do outdoors.
DryFire then provides you with very accurate feedback, to the nearest fraction of an inch, as to where your shot went: above, below, ahead, behind - the sort of feedback we would love outdoors but which we can never get - until now!
Note for readers in the USA
Please see the note at the top of the support page.
Find out how DryFire has helped shooters become champions, see the type of feedback it provides and watch it in action. How can DryFire pay for itself in a couple of weeks!
How can shooting at a laser dot on a wall, or at the projected image of clay, require exactly the same skills as those required outdoors?
What sort of space do you need for DryFire? Do you have a room suitable for it? What does a typical setup look like?