* Handicapped individuals

The applications of the Trophy Shot® product as it applies to the disabled individual are numerous. People who have lost their eyesight in one eye are potential users. The TrophyShot® will greatly increase field of view and overcome dominant eye problems that have come about by accidents or illnesses. Wheelchair bound people who can not physically get their eye into a position to be able to see through a conventional scope can now use the TrophyShot to hunt due to the range of vision available with the LCD screen system. We feel that there are a large number of people who want to hunt with a rifle or shotgun but cannot due to physical limitations and the TrophyShot® will give this possibility to them.

* Eye Safety

In sighting through any scope there is always the possibility that the shooter will put his or her head too close to the scope. By getting your head to close to the scope, it greatly increases the chance the recoil energy of the firearm will cause the scope to cut the shooters head and/or eye. Below is a picture of a hunter, with 25 years of hunting experience who accidently got his face too close to the scope. The Trophy Shot will completely eliminate this possibility.

Potentially severe accident from scope contact with face/head area

* Youth and new hunters

Young people and new hunters will be able to use TrophyShot® as a sighting aid for a higher quality sighting alignment. The largest benefit of the TrophyShot® is the LCD screen and its increased viewing area, which allows interaction between two or more people. This benefit will lead to better shot placement. The TrophyShot will also lead to an increase in the ability to teach conservation practices because you no longer have to harvest the animal but instead you can now “take the animal” on video.

Any adult who is interested in taking a young person out hunting or just shooting, now has the ability with the TrophyShot® device to take them with confidence in their ability to make a high quality shot. The adult can sit behind the young person and see exactly what the hunter is looking at. With this ability the adult can now relay crosshair adjustment instructions and tell the person exactly when to take a shot at the animal. At the same time the adult is able to film the encounter with the animal and make a decision if they even want to take a shot or simply just add this new footage to their library of past hunting experiences.

Potentially severe accident from scope contact with face/head area

* People who wear eyeglasses

One problem that is very prevalent in today’s hunting environment occurs when people who wear eyeglasses attempt to line up a target through a hunting scope. Throughout the history of scopes people who wear eyeglasses have had greater difficulty acquiring a target than a person who does not wear eyeglasses.

One of the advantages the Trophy Shot® device offers is the basic elimination of eye relief, which changes the field of view from the normal three and one half inches to four feet. The eye relief effect of the Trophy Shot® is so substantial that it will literally change the way that hunters have had to position their cheeks on the stock just to achieve sufficient eye relief. Our device allows for two-eye shooting which increases both field of vision and target reacquisition after the first shot.

* Target shooters

There are many shooting clubs in the United States that will be able to utilize the benefits of the TrophyShot® in their practice time at their local ranges. By filming the shots that they take, the individual shooter can replay the footage and determine what type of technical errors he or she is making during the shot and make corrections to improve their performance. They will also be able to take this footage to any individual that they deem necessary and receive tips to help them correct their shooting problems. There are many dollars spent every year on competitive shooting and the TrophyShot® will help a large number of them improve their competitive experiences.

* Conservationist

The TrophyShot® will be a great aid to conservationists because when using it to film animals in the wild you can have a successful encounter with any animal. By acquiring video footage and letting the animals live they can live to grow larger and provide future hunting experiences to you or someone else. By filming an animal the hunter still has the experience of an animal encounter in the wild but can also use the video footage to brag about his hunt and show it off to his fellow hunters. This video footage can be enjoyed many times in the future and added together to make a full-length video of your years of hunting experiences. This will have a positive effect on the population of animals in your hunting area and lead to a herd with better gene pools and higher quality animals that can be harvested at a later date.

* Video (experts and novice)

The Trophy Shot® will advance the abilities of the average hunters to film their outdoor adventures at a level that has yet to be explored. For hunters who are serious about shot placement and quick, efficient game recovery, the TrophyShot® will prove to be a tool that will soon become a standard in hunting. The TrophyShot® will allow hunters to shoot as much video as they desire and it also gives them the option to harvest the animal or let it grow. Many hunters have been carrying video cameras with them for years but they have had to choose whether they wanted to harvest the animal or to film it. Now with the TrophyShot®, a hunter has the ability to both film and to harvest the animal at the same time. This will give the hunter the option to make a trophy photo out of one of the video frames that best captures the image of the hunt. Professional video photographers and outdoor show host will find the TrophyShot® to show exactly what their hunting guest are seeing when they look through the scope. This will add a new dimension to the outdoor productions that is unavailable in the industry until now.

* Military personnel SWAT team

Military operations and SWAT teams will benefit from the optical designs that are now in development by our company. A future model that is currently under development in our company will be a device similar to the hunting models except it will have a radio signal based sending unit that will relay the sight picture that the marksman is seeing to a command center. This ability will give the commanding officer at the scene the time and information to decide whether to take a shot at the hostile or to wait for a better time. This will give the command center the ability to record the event for future training and backup for hard-line decisions that sometimes have to be made in these life or death situations. This will also relieve the marksman from having to make the shot call on his own and defending his decision at some later time.

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