PACT CLUB TIMER III
Here at T.REX ARMS, we train with shot timers. Why? Because they can induce stress, and are a great way of measuring progress. Some people believe that only competition shooters can use shot timers. Not so… most of the professional defensive shooting world, instructors, and special operations units integrate shot timers into their training. Because they work!
The text below is from PACT’s site.
A DISPLAY YOU CAN READ
The purpose built display on the PACT Club Timer III tells you everything you need to know about your shot string at a glance. Shot Number and Total Time are highlighted with FIRST SHOT and last SPLIT displayed with no button pushing required. As you press the REVIEW button, each shot Total Time and split are displayed. PAR time (if any) is also displayed along with letting you know if the timer is set to a delayed or instant GO.
A BUZZER YOU CAN HEAR
OK…OK We hear you, you wanted a louder buzzer. You got it. Way back, 1982 or so, there were some really great buzzers. Unfortunately the federal specs changed for smoke alarm\’s, and those great old buzzers went away. The buzzer used in almost all the shooting timers really are the loudest commercially available low frequency buzzers on the market – but they just aren’t loud enough. We went on a quest to come up with a better buzzer, and after testing dozens of them over the course of a year we were not impressed – so we decided to make our own. You will be pleased with the results.
FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION
The Club Timer III is designed to fit the hand. Both the buzzer and microphone are located to the side of the timer, away from your hand, to minimize the possibility of blocking them. All the control buttons are recessed below the top of the Club Timer III so that there is no chance of accidentally pressing them as you run with the timer. Yet, when you want to press them, you’ll find they fall naturally under your fingers – no more hunting for the GO button. And speaking of buttons, our custom sealed conductive rubber keypad is water proof and there are no mechanical switches to fail at the worst possible time.