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Video Archive


Version 4
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1 Setting the horizon height on the Canvas 4013
Getting the canvas on the wall at the proper height requires understanding where you see the horizon. This video will teach you what you need to know. It's short and simple. Please watch.
3:05
2 Step 1 (System Configuration) 4006A
This is the first in a series of six (6) video clips that will lead you through the process of setting up your system for ATA or PITA trapshooting. We suggest you play the video on one computer while you make the suggested changes on the computer you have loaded the Version 4 software. Or, open two windows with the video clip running in one window while you are making the changes in the other window.
5:11
3 Step 2 (Your room layout) 4007
This video clip will help you understand how to properly setup in the "Move around the room mode." Again, we suggest you play the video on one computer while making the changes on your DryFire computer.
16:25
4 Step 3 (The Bead, Barrel Relationship) 4008A
To make sure your DryFire system is computing accurate information, you will need to give the V4 software some information about the physical aspects of your guns. This video with teach you how to properly input the information into the system.
3:22
5 Step 4 (Creating a Shooter & two guns 4009
For every shooter who is going to shoot on the DryFire system, a Shooter Information dialog must be created. And for every gun different a shooter wants to shoot on DryFire, the details of the gun must be specified. You will use what you learned in Step 3 to accomplish Step 4.
5:44
6 Step 5 (Gun Alignment) 4010
To make sure that your gun shoots accurately, it is necessary to give the V4 software some information regarding you and your gun. This video will show you how to give the software the proper information and then will give you the opportunity to prove to yourself the information is accurate. You see, you the shooter must be accurate during the alignment process or your alignment information might not be as accurate as you would like. It is very important to understand the alignment process.
11:17
7 Step 6 (Load an ATA layout) 4011A
At this point you are about ready to begin shooting. So, this video will teach you how to use one of the four (4) ATA Trap layouts. When you have finished this video and understand how to use the layout, you are ready to launch out and begin shooting. There is a second part to this video that will show you how to use the Stop Motion feature to observe the Required Lead changing as the clay travels down the trajectory. This is a really cool feature. DryFire is the only product, in the market place, that can show you this happening as you move the clay down the trajectory.
18:38
8 Team Viewer ID and Password 8003A
There are times when the easiest way to solve a problem in your computer is for me to remotely control your computer. This can be done if you will obtain a Team Viewer ID number and Password. This video will show you how that is done.
3:14
9 Importing a Layout File 8004A
How to move a Layout File (.wdf) from an e-mail into the DryFire software.
2:02
10 Accessing the DryFire INI file 8005
From time to time, it may be necessary to have you change something in the INI file. This video will show you how to make a change that will limit Full Wall Skeet layouts (minimum width will be 16 feet while the maximum width will be 24 feet).
5:16
11 Trap Exercises (Part 1) 4027
Understanding the intended purpose of the Trap Exercises as explained by the creator, DryFire Bob. Then, the video goes on to show you how to plan a Training Program.
22:04
12 Trap Exercises (Part 2) 4030
In the second part we will cover, Importing a Training Plan, understanding the available features, creating a Plan of your own, and exporting your Plan to the Desktop. From there, you can e-mail it to a friend or a student.
20:51
13 Installing the V4 Software 8007
If you want to see the Version 4 software being installed on a computer before you try it yourself, this would be a good video to watch.
6:43
14 My gun doesn't always shoot 4019
Learn why your gun doesn't always shoot and the factors that lead to this problem.
5:04
15 DryFire unit mounted on Ceiling 4035
Learn how to mount your DryFire green box upside down on the ceiling.
4:25
16 Timeline 1 4034
Tom asks Bob how he came up with the idea of the Timeline. In the explanation, Bob describes how it all began because of reading the best book ever written about Shotgun Patterns. And how the information he learned lead him to believe he wasn't shooting fast enough. After considering the facts, he developed a method of learning to shoot faster and called it the Timeline.
17:24
17 Timeline 2 4031
Tom and Bob work together to physically put a Timeline on the wall.
6:33
18 Anchor Points for Skeet and Trap 4037
Learn about Anchor Points, which improve the accuracy of the shooting experience when in "Moving around the Room." Watch a discussion between Tom and Bob regarding Anchor Points. Then continue watching to see how to tune the Anchor Points for Skeet and Trap.
19:43
19 Anchor Points for Skeet 4037A
Watch a discussion between Tom and Bob regarding Anchor Points. Then continue watching to see how to tune the Anchor Points for Skeet.
16:26
20 Anchor Points for Trap 4037B
Watch a discussion between Tom and Bob regarding Anchor Points. Then continue watching to see how to tune the Anchor Points for Trap.
15:12
21 Passwords 4039
The Password system allows an Individual or Gun Club to have the security of knowing that the system is protected by passwords and will not allow an unauthorized shooter access to the system. This video has been upgraded to include, how to enter a new shooter, how to upgrade a shooter to a Master User, and how to turn on and use the target counting capability of the Password system. This includes showing the owner/operator how he or she can accurately charge for targets.
29:48
22 What features are enabled? 4040
See what features are enabled and what version of software you are running.
1:30
23 Required Vertical Lead / POI 4041
Using DryFire as a tool, we will determine @ 33 yards how much vertical lead will be required. Another way to say it is, while the pellets are traveling from the muzzle of your gun to the target, how many inches will the clay target climb? Then the video goes on to explain an easy method of Eliminating a Vertical mistake. Simply match the target height with the bead height.
12:18
24 Six Software Features 4042
Tom and Bob discuss the 6 software features. What they do, how to buy them, and how to enable them. Then the video goes on to show you how to copy a token from an e-mail, paste it into the Upgrade window, send it the UK server for verification. And finally how to prove to yourself the feature has been enabled.
9:22
25 Room Modes 4043
Tom and Bob discuss the 3 possible Room Modes: Target comes to Shooter, Move around the Room (prioritized target accuracy), and Move around the Room (prioritized anchor alignment). A good understanding of this subject will help you decide which mode will be correct for your specific layout.
11:04
26 Keeping track of targets shot 4046
If you would like the DryFire system to keep track of how many shots each shooter has taken, you will want to watch this video. It will show you an easy way to make it happen.
5:13
27 Part 1 (Creating a Squad) 4052
If you want to learn about the Squadding software add-on, begin with this video. Then, depending upon the discipline you shoot you will want to watch either Part 2 (Shooting ATA), Part 3 (Shooting Skeet), Part 4 (Shooting Bunker), or Part 5 (Shooting Sporting). Then I would suggest you watch Part 6 (Getting ready to join a Squad - a review of the gun alignment process), and Part 7 (Understanding Passwords as it relates to Squadding.
18:04
28 Part 2 (Shooting ATA in a Squad) 4053
Explains the details of shooting ATA in a squad.
16:36
29 Part 3 (Shooting Skeet in a Squad) 4054
Explains the details of shooting Skeet in a squad.
13:43
30 Part 4 (Shooting Bunker in a Squad) 4055
Explains the details of shooting Bunker in a squad.
11:05
31 Part 5 (Shooting Sporting in a Squad) 4056
Explains the details of shooting Sporting in a squad.
9:28
32 Part 6 (Getting ready to join a Squad) 4057
Is basically a review of the gun alignment process as it relates to Squadding.
4:03
33 Part 7 (Understanding Passwords) 4058
Is a review of Passwords as it specifically relates to the Squadding Software.
3:50
34 Part 1 (Course Designer) 4060
This is a brief introduction to the Course Designer, a tool that will allow you to create your own targets.
3:27
35 Part 2 (Course Designer) 4061A
Part of learning how to use the Course Designer will be this video which will start with an existing Crossers layout and make a change to add a Shooting Stand and an Incomer target.
18:08
36 Part 1 (Report Generator) 4065
This is an introduction to the Report Generator, a tool that will allow you to extract important data from the system Replay file.
9:35
37 Part 2 (Report Generator) 4066
The second part of the Report Generator provides all the rest of the information you would like to know about the Report Generator, including a visual look at the actual printed reports.
14:22
38 Shortcut Feature 4067
Just like pushing a button on your radio, you can create shortcuts to various setups in your DryFire system. You might be a shooter who practices both Trap and Skeet and by setting up a couple of shortcuts you will be able to switch between Trap and Skeet by simply using a keyboard stroke combination. This feature makes it vary easy to make changes without making a mistake.
6:33
39 Understanding the Bunker Trap document 4068
Learn how to use the basic layout (Olympic Bunker Trap 2013) to locate and practice any one of the 76 targets specified in the ISSF manual. You will want to print the document titled, "2013 Rules - Bunker Trap, Target Angles, Heights, Tables (76 different targets). Then watch this video to learn how to select any of the 76 specific targets and how to find and practice that specific target.
23:35
40 Target Height on Wall 4069
This video will help you determine how high the highest trap or skeet target will travel across the wall, based upon how far you will stand from the wall and how many inches it is from your eye to the floor.
2:20
41 Changing Head Usage 4070
If you need to change from using the left head to the right head this video will show you how to make the change. This is most often done when one of the servos associated with the left head goes bad and the user would rather change to the other head and defer shipping the unit back for servo repair until it is convenient.
1:55
42 Move Your Unique Data to a New computer 4077
If it becomes necessary to move your DryFire software to a new computer, this video will show you how to transfer all the unique data from your original computer to the new computer. Or, if you want a backup of your unique data, simply do the first step shown in the video.
8:07
43 Where do I Stand? 4071
Each layout has specific modes in which you can shoot the targets. This video will should you how to learn what mode or modes are available.
2:18
44 Red Gun modification 4099
If you want to attach a DryFire Gun assembly to a Red or Blue Gun, this video will show you what you will need to do.
4:43
45 What happens when I select "Round"? 4072
This question was asked by a Sporting Clays shooter. And the answer has more possibilities than you might think. Watch the video to learn why various things could happen.
4:13
46 Saving and Restoring your Unique System Data 4078
Learn how to have a copy of all your unique system data on a USB drive (the DryFire drive that has all your videos). In segment two you will learn how to restore after a crash. And finally in segment three you will learn how to make several DryFire computers function exactly the same. This is great for large youth groups or at a convention.
10:19
47 System Configuration (PC Settings) 4093
A detailed explanation of the PC Settings portion of the System Configuration dialog box. In it we cover: Clay Speed, Shot Cloud Zoom, and Target Delay & Pause between Targets.
7:51
48 System Configuration (Target Release) 4094
A detailed explanation of all the methods of launching a target. It includes, two ways to Voice release a target. Three ways to manually release a target (using the computer keyboard, using a Wireless Hand release, or using the Foot-Switch release). And finally, how to use your computer to launch targets at a specific interval. And how this is the basis for shooting Super Sets.
6:59
49 System Configuration (Camera Exposure) 4095
A detailed explanation of the Camera Exposure controls are presented in this video. If you hear a shotgun blast , and you didn't pull the trigger, or if you didn't hear a shotgun blast when you did pull the trigger, you need to watch this video. You will learn how to check your shooting wall for unwanted infrared, how to set the Exposure and Gain controls, and how to test a Gun Laser.
16:49
50 Alignment Shot and Check Shot 4073
In this short video there are four segments. (1) Demonstrate how easy it is for two people to do the Alignment shot and the Check shot. (2) How to turn the laser on if it times out. (3) How to determine if you made a good Alignment shot. (4) How to spot a wobbly shooter (beginner) and what to do about it.
6:33
51 Rifle Pistol Basics 4111
This video will show you the basics regarding Rifle and Pistol. You will learn how to create a Rifle or Pistol, define your target, align your rifle or pistol, and then shoot some targets.
10:33