UPDATED: H-Bar Target Uses Sound To Track Shots

The system allows shooters to see their hits well beyond 1,000 yards on a computer screen that charts their hits and even scores their shots.
UPDATED: H-Bar Target Uses Sound To Track Shots

Spent some time on the range recently with a company called Oakwood Controls and its new target system that uses sophisticated acoustic detectors to pinpoint shots on steel [Editor's Note: We received a correction from Oakwood Controls noting that the system does not work with steel targets. As they explain — Our system doesn't detect shots on steel, it locates bullets using their own acoustic shockwave. Our target facings use either cardboard, coroplast or rubber - but...

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