Single & Dual Head Units

Choose what works for you.

DryFire America sells two basic systems for the individual home user.

The Single Head Home Pack will meet the needs of a shooter who wants to shoot single targets, but is not interested in shooting doubles. And, by making that choice, you save $300.00 (the price difference between a single head unit and a dual head unit). If later you want to upgrade to a Dual Head unit, you can return your Single Head unit and have a second installed. The cost of the upgrade will be $300.00.

Dual Head Home Pack will meet the needs of any shooter. Whether you will be shooting singles, on-report doubles, or simultaneous doubles this unit will get the job done.

What is included in a Home Pack? Besides the basic green unit, you will receive the following:

• A Combo Gun Assembly (you specify the gauge of the gun: 12, 20, or 28)
• An 8 foot USB cable to connect your computer to the green DryFire unit
• An AC to DC adapter (plugs into your wall outlet on one end and plugs into the green DryFire box on the other) provides 5-volt power to the servos
• A printed manual, software supplied on a CD, and a 4 Gigabyte USB drive with more than 50 individual training videos to help you master the DryFire system.

General Information: The DryFire Home Pack is the basic starter system. It contains everything an individual shooter will need to get started. The software, called “Version 4” is a single user based product that will accommodate one shooter at a time when shooting targets. However, more than one shooter can use the product.

Example: John has installed the Gun Assembly on his gun and has been shooting for a period of time. He has now finished and Jim, his son wants to shoot. The Gun Assembly will be physically moved from John’s gun to Jim’s gun. Then, Jim’s shooters information file will be selected in the software, he will align and pattern his gun, and now Jim is ready to shoot.

If two shooters want to eliminate the time it takes to transfer the Gun Assembly from one gun to the other, additional Gun Assembly can be purchased.

Add-On software features: Currently, there are eight (8) optional software features that can be purchased to allow individual shooters to customize their DryFire system to do unique things that the basic system cannot do. Here is the list of features.

  1. 1. Squadding
  2. 2. Trap Exercises
  3. 3. Course Designer
  4. 4. Report Generator
  5. 5. Projection
  6. 6. Game
  7. 7. Gun Motion
  8. 8. Rifle & Pistol