Aligning Shooters for Success

Features

Improve Your Accuracy

Proper gun fit is one of the most critical aspects of accurate shooting. The Shot Fit is a tool designed to identify proper or improper gun fit. The simple yet ingenious design will work on a variety of shotguns. Whether you just bought that new shotgun with adjustable shims and have no idea what to do with them, or are that competitive shooter that is looking to improve your shooting skills, the Shot Fit is a must!

You do not need to be an expert on gun fit to use this tool . The Shot Fit helps identify gun fit needs by utilizing illuminated LED colored lights. Just mount the Shot Fit to a gun utilizing the magnetic mounting base, mount to your shoulder as you were going to shoot and look down the barrel. It’s that simple. The instructions provided will identify what adjustments are needed for proper fit.

Illuminated LED colored lights tell you exactly what’s going on.

Easily mounts with a
magnetic mounting base.
No tools required.

No need to be an expert!
It’s incredibly simple to use.

Testimonials

Enthusiastic Users.

"This tool is easy and simple to use. It is perfect for identifying basic gun fit needs."

Hunter Morton of Tennessee

Tennessee singles sub junior champion, Indiana state singles sub junior champion, Kentucky state preliminary handicap sub-jr champion, Kentucky state preliminary doubles sub junior champion, Iowa state singles sub junior champion, Iowa State high all around sub junior champion, Florida state singles sub junior champion, Florida State preliminary handicap sub Junior champion, Georgia state handicap sub junior champion, Mississippi State handicap championship champion, Mississippi State singles sub junior champion, Alabama singles sub junior champion, Alabama state doubles championship sub Junior champion Alabama state high overall and high all-around sub junior champion.

How To Use It.

The Shot Fit was developed to help coaches and beginner shooters. One of the hardest things to do as a shooting coach or beginner shooter is to identify why the targets aren’t breaking when the trigger is pulled. This is especially tough when the shooter seems to be doing everything right.

As a coach you can’t see what the shooter sees when the shooter is looking down the vent rib. As a beginner shooter, explaining what you are seeing is, well—hard. All you need to do to get started in identifying gun fit is be able to tell what color you see when you look down the barrel. If you are a coach the Shot Fit will help.

04 Step 1

Ensure the gun is not loaded. Attach the Shot Fit to the end of the barrel with the magnetic mounting base. Note: It is likely the choke will need removed if shooting an extended choke tube. You then align the Shot Fit down the center of the vent rib ensuring it is flush along the bottom as well.

04  Step 2

Have the shooter close their eyes and mount the gun carefully as if they were going to shoot. This ensures the shooter is truly mounting the gun to what is comfortable to them.

04 Step 3

Once the gun is mounted comfortably, have them open their eyes and tell you what color they see. It’s that simple.

The colors tell you how they are looking down the gun.

  • If they only see the bottom colors they will likely be patterning low. This is not typically good for trap or sport shooting. This means the comb needs to be lifted or a comb pad may need installed.
  • If they only see the top colors they will likely be shooting high which means the comb will likely need to be lowered. Same applies to the left and right colors.
  • If only the left or right colors are seen then the cast will likely need adjusted.
  • Only when the shooter is seeing all the colors at once will they be looking down the center of the vent rib.

The good thing about some of the newer shotguns today is a lot of them come with adjustable shims. This means some of these adjustments can be done by changing out the stock shims following the manufactures instructions. The hardest part is identifying which direction to move it. In most cases you can pattern a shotgun without firing a shot. Once the gun is adjusted then go the pattern board for fine tuning if necessary.

If they only see the bottom colors they will likely be patterning low. This is not typically good for trap or sport shooting. This means the comb needs to be lifted or a comb pad may need installed.

If only the left colors are seen then the cast will likely need adjusted to the right.

If they only see the top colors they will likely be shooting high which means the comb will likely need to be lowered. Same applies to the left and right colors.

If only the right colors are seen then the cast will likely need adjusted to the left.

Pricing

Two models to choose from

Basic

Perfect for Individual shooters and hunters
$79.95/ea
  • Injection molded
  • Multi-color LED illuminated lights
  • Allows for better visibility in lighter conditions
  • No moving parts
  • No maintenance required
  • LED light is easily replaceable
  • No special tools required.
  • Shipping up to 5 units for $7.20 via Priority Mail.

(931) 698-9523

Customer Service

P.O. Box 191
Hampshire, TN 38461

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