Mantis upgrades dry fire training with new X3 device

The MantisX, pictured above, will soon see an addition by way of the X3 device. (Photo: Mantis Tech)

Mantis Tech bolsters its training products, announcing the new X3 precision sensing device for dry fire training. The X3 features a compact design that attaches to the rail of a firearm. Once mounted, it tracks and analyzes the shooter’s movements.

This data uploads to the MantisX app via Bluetooth, providing shooters with shooting-related data directly on their smartphone or tablet. Data includes evaluation of shooting performance, identification of improvement areas and progress tracking over time.

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The X3 tracks data and ports it over to smart devices. (Photo: Mantis Tech)

The X3’s design pars down the size, adopting a slimmer profile than the original MantisX. The device also sports a quick disconnect, a new feature, that allows the device to work with varying holsters.

“The X3 is a complete, ground-up redesign of the original MantisX, including all hardware and software. This is the culmination of 3 years of R&D, and we’re excited to launch it to the world,” Engineering Manager Chase Roberts said in a news release.

No word yet on pricing or availability. For reference, the original MantisX retails for $149.

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