Dennis Brooks Endorsement
I am a U.S.A.F. Academy Graduate and ex-test pilot with extensive education, training and experience
with materials analysis and evaluation. I have been in firearms and air guns for over 50 years. I qualified
as expert with all service hand guns, rifles and machine guns. I currently evaluate air guns for companies
importing from Turkey, Italy and Germany. I am regularly featured in Airgun Hobbyist Magazine. I also
review new products for function and durability. My evaluations and reviews are used by the companies
to improve their product and for marketing. I have a Real Time Targets Huckleberry and have been using
it extensively. The system is very durable and user friendly. This is a unit that will last several generations
when used as directed. The materials are top quality, the design well thought out and it has features to
allow future upgrades. I have both air guns that can currently be bought in "Kits" (EMTS) with the target
and all are top quality. Like the Huckleberry target system, these air guns will stand up to extensive use. I
do not hesitate to recommend this as a training aid for new shooters, as a recreational air gun target and
a professional quality training device to improve shooting control and accuracy with regular firearms.
-Dennis Brooks USAF Rescue Retired
P.S. I took a blue magic marker and coated the whole steel plate other than the target ring (black marker
there) and the bull's eyes. When the pellets hit I can see exactly how far off I am as well as seeing the
quadrant from the LED light. When I get done shooting, or as needed, I just touch up the impact points.
Pretty much like the marker targets that are black and turn orange or lime green, except the marker
coated steel turns silver. Obviously any contrasting marker such as green or brown works well. Orange
and red work, but harder to see the silver impact unless shooting in low light. This is an easy fix for
anyone complaining about not knowing how far off they are and a lot cheaper than marker targets.