It sounds simple, doesn’t it? Yes, that’s what happens – it moves a spot of red-orange laser light across the wall in front of you and you shoot at it.
However, there is much more to it. Read on to learn the facts.
The very unique thing is that the spot of the laser light is following the exact same angular path at the same angular speed as the clay DryFire is simulating. Therefore, your indoor practice with DryFire will cause you to move your gun in exactly the same manner you would outdoors.
Now, using your own gun equipped with the DryFire Gun Laser, you will mount and shoot at the target using the same method of leading you do outdoors — an exact representation.
At the instant you pull the trigger, you will hear the sound of a shotgun blast (produced by your computer speakers) and instantly, if the DryFire system mathematically determines you would have broken the target, the moving red-orange laser target light will be turned off.
If, on the other hand, it was detemined you missed the target, the laser target light will continue on its trajectory until it lands on the ground.
At this point in the process, you have experienced the same things you do in real live shooting — you see a target, mount your gun and shoot at it, and watch to see if the clay target breaks.