- 11 mm / .45
- Gun type
- Live firing practice
SCATT MX-W2 — Our newest model in the SCATT MX-series lineup.
With this system you can practice at the reduced and real distances, indoors and outdoors, in dry-fire mode (no-ammo) and live-fire mode (real shooting).
Wireless optical sensor can be mounted on the vast majority of guns. MX-W2 syncs with your computer/portable devices via Wi-Fi and its battery capacity delivers the minimum of 3 hours of non-stop use.
The MX-W2 doesn’t require an electronic target downrange, all it needs is a regular paper target. You can also use it at shooting ranges equipped with electronic scoring targets (for the likes of SIUS). The entire SCATT system is now concentrated in the optical sensor, so it's surprisingly compact. With MX-W2 you no longer risk damaging valuable equipment during live-fire practice sessions.
This model can work with round black targets on white background, as well as police, biathlon and archery targets.
MX-W2 runs with the newest SCATT Expert software, with this cutting-edge program bringing about even more opportunities for practice and delivers extra performance-analysis tools.
*Attention, equipment is not waterproof and is not intended for use in the rain.
The system is guaranteed to stay fully functional while using ammunition up to cal .338.
Snježana Pejčić 28.05.2019 10:24
I started using SCATT a long time ago, and to this day it stayed with me as one of the most important tools in my training process. There are moments, when I'm not quite sure what is going on, but then I power up SCATT, and it helps me and gives some clarity in regards to my problem. It's not always pleasant to see your mistakes on the screen, but in the grand scheme of things, it's necessary. Before my last victory in Beijing, I was using Scatt almost constantly to try to improve my performance, and in the end, it paid off and I was able to win a gold medal!
I got my new SCATT MX-W2 a few days ago and I simply love it! Easy to use and not too heavy, it's just perfect for me. Also, it helps a great deal that I don't end up entangled in cables now like I used to sometimes with previous wired models. All pluses in my book.
I like the concept of SCATT shooting trainers because they are not specifically designed for high-level shooters or just for beginners. Anyone can use them, and they will help everybody. When you are just starting or you are a middle-level shooter it will open endless possibilities and show you things that you wouldn't think of noticing. And with the high level shooters, it will help to improve the smallest details that could get you the one extra point that matters.
I'm using Scatt for more than 10 years and, frankly speaking, I can't imagine preparing for the competition without it. I use it at least a couple times a week and especially if I'm having some problem that I'm not sure what it is. Usually, it takes me one training session to pinpoint the problem and then I keep using SCATT until I resolve the issue.
Considering that I don't have access to an indoor range, SCATT turned out to be a life savior in the winter months, until the weather allowed me to train outdoors.
Personally, I found the graphs of Coordination and Trace Speed of most importance to me and since I started checking them after my training sessions I got to some really interesting conclusions about my shooting.
I'm confident that I will continue my training with SCATT and that it will be helpful, as it was all these years before.
Mario Felgenhauer 12.04.2019 00:00
Scatt MX W2: Optisches Schießtrainingssystem für Biathlon im Test
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