Ransom Assisted Trigger ( RAT ) System shown in use.
In this video we are using the RAT system to show how to remove trigger flinch during training. To teach the new or even experienced shooter how not to anticipate the bang from the gun. In this video we touch on some points and information needed on how to properly hold and handle a gun. This is only for information purposes. Please get proper training from your local instructor or come visit Compass Training Center in AZ to find your direction.
How can the RAT System be used for training? For years firearm and NRA instructors would use there finger to pull the trigger of a students gun. By having the student hold the gun the instructor would insert there finger into the trigger guard and pull the trigger for the student. This is to show he is anticipating the shot, or he is jerking the trigger or pulling his shot.
Ransom Rest, we now have a better way. This RAT system will do this for you with no need for the instructor to insert his trigger finger into the student's gun. Once attached, the RAT has a button actuator to pull the trigger safely with no jerking. And the student will not anticipate when the gun will go off. This can be very useful tool for NRA or Firearm instructors or trainers.
For years Police and military would use our cable remote trigger for training. It was actually only available to police and military. But now with the RAT system we have available to the public all instructors can utilize this training tool. We are excited to have it available to everyone.
The RAT system can also be used with Rifle for bench Rest shooting for those who have limited mobility. The RAT also utilizes the United States Veterans Administration Patented puff trigger design so it becomes a very useful tool as a puff trigger for those individuals who may lack the proper hand strength or mobility to pull the trigger.
Stay tuned for more info and videos regarding the RAT system on Rifles, paintball guns and pellet or BB. How it aids disabled or adaptive shooters and how it also attaches to our Rests.
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