Every Shot Counts!
With no standard, there is no sport.
The Achilles heel of acoustic targets: If we see a digital number on a monitor, we ASSUME it’s correct? HEX Systems is the ONLY one offering copious target test documents.
Our STANDARD is:
NO MISSED SHOTS. Acoustic sensors hear all sounds. If a target does NOT report a shot that hit the target, the target should be disqualified. It’s not “Take another shot”!
NO GHOST SHOTS. If a target monitor reports a shot that was NOT a Crossfire, then the system is flawed.
NO GROSS ERRORS. If there are MISSED SHOTS and/or GHOST Shots, then there are GROSS ERRORS. That’s where the Point of Impact in reported in error. The ONLY way to decipher that is through a test as described below.
PRECISION. Proper testing measuring X & Y co-ordinates usually around 2 mm.
Precision testing of all acoustic targets is a must. When goBallistic demo’s targets, or installs them, we will do an objective test at differing distances, and hopefully with a cross wind. When we leave you will have visual proof that the HEXTA Match-Grade target will perform to ours, and your satisfaction.
It is required that Copy-Written paper targets be used for registered matches. There must be a standard “Certified” target face used for matches non-electronic.
SHOULD E-TARGETS BE REQUIRED TO PASS A CERTIFICATION PROCESS?
Every shooter should be confident that match results receive the same respect anywhere!
If that is NOT the case, then the question is:
WHAT IS MY RECORD REALLY WORTH?
HEX Systems Pty. Ltd. and goBallistic recommend to the National Rifle Association the following.
Click on the downloadable file to read our recommendation to the NRA. CERTIFICATION
We supply copious testing results to every request!
HEXTA MATCH_GRADE Record to date: June 26/18
3 Ranges, 30 targets, 765 shooters registered and growing. 7152 score cards, approximately 143,000 rounds. No LOST SHOTS, GROSS ERRORS, foreign CROSSFIRES. (from adjacent lanes) THAT’S A STANDARD
Shooters have spoken!
The following table is the results of a poll that goBallistic initiated on Accurate Shooter and United States Long Range Rifle Teams.