- The line of the lowest point determines the location of the zero. The zero is the point at which the shooter is aiming without having to apply force or pressure: He or she is in the optimal position. During the shot process (particularly when pulling the trigger), tension in the body is released and the rifle thus points towards zero. If the zero is not on the target, many shots are “misfired”.
- The median approach line is related to the approach of the target. They way the target is approached is very important for a successful shot. Approaching the target continuously and slowly as well as landing exactly on the 10 makes additional corrections obsolete.
For every shot, the target should be approached slowly and from the same angle (preferably from above), i.e. the range of the approach lines should be as small as possible.
In ShotAnalyzer, the line of the lowest point designates the lowest point 4 seconds before the shot is fired. If the target is approached from below, the line shows the highest point at which the shooter is aiming 4 seconds before the shot is fired.
In ShotAnalyzer, the median approach line designates the median line calculated from all values between entering the 4-point zone and reaching the 8-point zone.
Display of line of the lowest point and median approach line for a single shot
Display of line of the lowest point and median approach line for a series
Display of line of the lowest point and median approach line for all series