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Re: MantisX Trigger Training
« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2020, 03:00:06 PM »
Sounds like an interesting tool .

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Re: MantisX Trigger Training
« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2020, 04:33:18 PM »
Two things.
1. I reviewed the newest Mantis over at Ammoman. Bottom line, I like it.

2. Mantis sells a short length of Pic rail that attaches to the bottom of the mag or any flat surface like a revolver frame. That's what's holding the rail onto the bottom of my CZ P07 mag in this picture. It's worked great so far, but I've yet to use it in live-fire.

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Re: MantisX Trigger Training
« Reply #12 on: May 08, 2020, 09:12:15 AM »
Two things.
1. =https://www.ammoman.com/blog/mantis-x10-product-review/I reviewed the newest Mantis over at Ammoman: Bottom line, I like

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https://www.ammoman.com/blog/mantis-x10-product-review/


Gave me a great idea for my revolver.  Attach the rail to the grips.

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Re: MantisX Trigger Training
« Reply #13 on: June 15, 2024, 11:03:36 AM »
I guess I either missed this or now I am interested in it.  I know a couple of you guys said you got one and I looked at Keith's review on Ammoman dot com.  I'm stuck on my behind with a broken foot for another 2 weeks or so and dry fire training would be a good diversion.

Any update on the Mantis system or other dry fire training systems?  I'm stuck on my behind with a broken foot for another 2 weeks or so and dry fire training would be a good diversion. 
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Re: MantisX Trigger Training
« Reply #14 on: June 15, 2024, 01:34:41 PM »
I learned what I was doing wrong and haven't used in the past 3 years.  Among things I did with it was record my shooting motions in a Glock (GSSF) Indoor League.  Now that I've more or less nailed down my problems it sits unused.   I CONSIDRED it, like taking a class from a pro, money well spent to find out what I was doing wrong.

I'd forgotten they make a flat surface rail.  I may go back and work on my revolver skills with that.

They've added a new features and stuff in the past 4 years and I haven't kept up with them.

PRIOR to  Mantis, but I had tried two different laser trainers.  One that was a simulated cartridge (9mm) and the other was muzzle mounted.  Don't remember the make/models of them, but were the popular selling items at the time <2020.  I flat out wore out the 9mm cartridge one.  Used it in a Glock and a Sig to the point it wouldn't react to the hammer fall half the time.  The other one also had reliability issues after a while also though I don't now why.  I junked them.  I think the newer ones may be  more reliable.   I notice Mantis offers a system and if I weren't doing so much live fire I might try there's out now.
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