The FN® Expert is a marksmanship training system that provides instruction to both shooters and coaches. The system focuses on training fundamental shooting skills (sight picture, breathing, trigger squeeze, etc.), building muscle memory and providing feedback following the shot. It is a wireless system capable of dry-fire and live-fire training on virtually any rifle or carbine, as well as selected pistols. The system can be used on the shooters assigned weapon, together with any optics or accessories the shooter already has. It can be used indoors with simulated shooting distances, or outdoors with life-size targets and real shooting distances (up to 300m). It measures rifle movement, detects the shot, shows the location of both the hit and miss, and analyzes the shooter’s performance. Develops coaching skills by providing objective tools to measure shooter performance and visual output to coaches with problem definition.
- CALIBER: Any rifle, carbine, and selected pistols
- OPERATION: Autonomous or Windows 8.1x, 7
- WEIGHT: 13 oz.
Measurable improvement in shot grouping and ability to qualify
Build basic marksmanship skills, muscle memory and confidence
Excellent tool for NCO/SNCOs coaching subordinates
Use prior to qualification or EST/ISMT event
Immediate, measurable improvement in individual marksmanship
Direct, measurable improvement in individual qualification
Measurable improvement in Unit Readiness
Reduce cost for basic marksmanship training.
Dramatic reduction in unqualified shooters
Reduction in range travel and other logistics costs
Improved individual marksmanship prior to Engagement Skills Training
Provide home station training that improves basic sight alignment, steady hold and muscle memory improvement.
Useful to unit marksmanship team/competitive event training
Ready to use in minutes by any shooter
Fully portable, training anywhere and anytime
Rugged construction, indoor and outdoor use
Indoor training at simulated distances
Outdoors at real shooting distances
Ring or silhouette targets
Single or multiple targets
Passive and active targets