Month: February 2014

Successful OPM at Mount Barker

Last Sunday, 23 February, 2014, the No. 2 DRA Open Prize Meeting (3 stages x 600 yards) was held at Mount Barker Rifle Club, SA.

HEXTA designer Dmitri Kazakov came first at A grade with the TR badge.

For a full report, see the Mount Barker RC and Roseville RC websites.

IMG_2213aOn the Saturday before the event HEXTA engineers conducted accuracy tests on the five targets to be used in the competition. The raw data and results (see HERE) were available for the shooters during the event.

Error results (at 600 yards):

Standard Deviation (SD):  X-direction: 0.9 mm (0.006 MOA);  Y-direction: 0.9 mm (0.006 MOA)

Maximum error:  X-direction: 2.6 mm;  Y-direction: 2.2 mm

The details are available HERE


HEXTA-002 accuracy results released

We are pleased to publish a summary of recent accuracy test data for the HEXTA-002 electronic target.

The results show an average linear error of 2.5 mm (0.009 MOA) at 1,000 yards.

The key to this performance is HEXTA’s unique 8-sensor technology 1.

We are confident that the HEXTA-002 is the most accurate long-range electronic target system available today.

HEXTA-002 accuracy results picture4

See the HEXTA-002 accuracy results.

1 Australian Innovation Patent 2013,101,664. International patents 9,004,490

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