The iMarksman® systems for NRA & CCW trainers,
you will be able recreating different training programs to improve your students’ abilities to aim, to shoot, to indicate targets, and etc because accuracy and speed are the most important skills for the shooter, we designed modes with different editable scenarios creating an effective interactive environment that allows training the skills without any limits.
- Use your own real firearm.
- No special environment required (works in regular lighted classrooms or meeting rooms)
- Save preparation time.
- Improve marksmanship and decision making skills.
To operate you will need
Script Mode allows you to select backgrounds and a set of plain or live targets. The instructor will be able to make these targets “move” towards or away from you and the live targets will “talk to you”(able to assign voice file to particular target). Each target has a ‘hitting area’, which can be programmed to take a particular number of shots before the target goes down. The number of shots for the trainee can be programmed as well.
Random Mode allows you to select backgrounds and a set of targets. The targets will appear randomly (position, different size and time frame). You can always review the history of the shots to see shot placement, the timing between the shots, and gun movement during the shooting.
With Manual Mode, you will be able to select backgrounds and a set of targets. The firearm instructor will be able to control the target’s position and time frame. You will be able to review the history of shots, see shot placement, the timing between the shots, and gun movement during the training session.
You can use the images of the area you patrol by simply copying the images (parking lot, shopping center, school, gas station and etc.) and uploading them into the iMarksman® background folder.
Video Mode allows to convert a regular video into a video scenario without any editing. Simply copy and paste it into the iMarksman® Video Target folder. You can also take a video from a dashboard camera in a patrol car and use it as a video scenario. The video will stop after the first shot is taken and will show the pattern of the following shots.