How to use The Huckleberry Electronic Marksmanship Training System
Instructions for use available in PDF: Click here to download
Remove one little screw on the back door (lower center of the back of target) and input 3 AA batteries as shown.
Turn Target ON by pushing the ON/OFF button one time. If target does not come ON- check batteries.
SET VOLUME: Repeatedly push VOLUME + or VOLUME - to adjust sound volume to your liking.
TUNES BULL: Each time you push this button it will make a different Bulls eye sound. The last sound selected is the sound that will be played if the bulls eye is hit. If you push and hold this button in until it makes a sound, (about 4 second) the TUNES will auto change after each BULLS EYE hit playing a different TUNE with every bulls eye. The Target will make a ricochet sound on each missed bulls eye that is on the 7" octagon.
TIMER: Pushing this button one time will activate the 8 second countdown clock (green lights) which will auto reset 5 second after the last bulls eye is hit. If a bulls eye is hit with the clock ON red lights will flash for 2 second and the green lights will be held on for an additional 2 seconds. During this 4 seconds no other or additional shots will be recorded or displayed.
Auto Shut Off: Target will auto shut off (after about an hour) if no shot is detected.
To change from one bulls eye to another turn the bulls eye that is in the target 90 degrees in either direction and then pull out. To put a bulls eye into the target push bulls eye stem in fully and rotate until you feel a flat spot.
When setting up the Target, place Target in such a way that all lights can be seen from the point from which the target will be shot. Before shooting at Target make sure that you can see all of the lights from your position. All shooters and those around or near the shooter should always wear safety glasses
Only use lead pellets. For best results use domed or pointed pellets. Flat nosed pellets may stick to the target surface, but can be easily removed. When shooting Target for the first time set target at the greater distance until you can see how your Gun and Pellets react with the Target. Lead pellets will deform and/or fragment upon impact. Target should be set at a distance great enough so as the fragments do not reach shooters and/or on lookers. The chart on the back of target is a guide line only. Shooters are always responsible to make sure they are shooting in a safe and responsible way.
When not using Target for an extended period of time, batteries should be removed.
If you have any question please contact us at (916) 768-1264 or email@example.com.
When used properly this Huckleberry can be a lot of fun, but remember, always be safe!