Can you give a little more detail about the pros and cons of the Mantis? What gun(s) do you or can you use it with? I know their website could probably answer these questions but I like to hear the experiences of actual users.I've been using the Mantis-X system for a couple of months. It works well and provides lots of feedback.
For me, it's great because I can practice DA with a pistol for all of my shots. If you use a striker fired gun, you have to rack the slide each time you want to shoot, and load a magazine with snap caps.Can you give a little more detail about the pros and cons of the Mantis? What gun(s) do you or can you use it with? I know their website could probably answer these questions but I like to hear the experiences of actual users.
BillG174 gave a much better explanation than I did!Thanks @G26Raven and @BillG174 as that is some good information to know. I'm in good shape when it comes to factory ammo, powder, primers, and bullets. However, we do not know how long this shortage and the price gouging will continue. I can see how a system like this could save you a lot of money over time!
Just to be clear, I do use a snap cap when dry firing a DA pistol, and Glock does recommend using snap caps. I have a good friend who is an avid shooter, and dry fires religiously, who had the striker on his Glock fail. Here's what Glock has to say about dry firing:Well, yes he did...lol....I listed you first since you replied first. Although your reply was indeed short, it was informative. Using the Mantis with a DA pistol would be a little easier, I'd assume.
I'm a big fan. My groups have gotten a lot tighter with some practice than they were before I was using it on a daily basis. Best part, the laser cartridge was about $35 and the app is free. The app let's you shoot a 10 round group and has an area set designated to shoot to reset the app. I probably put 100 or so shots through it per dayHow do you like this??
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk