A Doubles Shooting System

The Robert Louis Company, an innovator of laser-practice shooting systems, exists at the intersection of technique, training and technology. Recently the Newtown, Connecticut-based company released a product for improving performance on double targets. Far from a video game but with the accompanying addictive qualities, the Doubles Duty Ultimate Practice Shooting System uses laser-generated skeet, trap, sporting clays and 5 Stand presentations to help shooters improve performance.

Designed to improve gun fit, mount and movement, a muzzle-based laser pointer in the shooter’s gauge of choice is used to track the virtual shots. A wire travels from the laser in the muzzle to a ring wrapped around the shooter’s trigger finger. When the shooter touches the ring to the trigger, the red laser is “fired,” indicating the path of the shot. (An optional Trigger Switch is required for guns that have anodized or non-conductive coatings on them.) Two LaserPro Moving Target Projectors present doubles. With the command, “Pull,” both units are activated, and the shooter can safely and quietly (unless using the optional Bang Box to emit shooting sounds) practice his or her swing without having to travel to the range and pay for ammunition and targets. (Almost any wall more than 15 feet wide will suffice as a backdrop.)

The Doubles Duty Ultimate Practice Shooting System costs $888 and can be ordered by visiting robertlouisco.com

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