Welcome to Enfilade Studios
Welcome to Enfilade Studios, the organisation bringing technology to the Range with Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database.
But, what is Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database? Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database is your shooting solution - encompassing a shoot management, plotting and coaching analysis tool. See below for high-level feature overviews, or read an overview, or download a demo now.
But why Enfilade? well it's quite simple, the definition of Enfilade is:
- Gunfire directed along the length of a target, such as a column of troops.
- A target vulnerable to sweeping gunfire.
Or as a verb:
- To rake with gunfire
Put simply, Enfilade is appropriate for the nature of Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database.
Built-in there is support for a wide range of discplines:
- Australian Target Rifle
- Australian F-class
- Australian Match Rifle
- Bisley (UK) Target Rifle
- Bisley (UK) F-class
- Canadian Target Rifle
- ICFRA Target Rifle
- ISSF (various series)
- NRA (A-, B-, SR-, MR-)
- NSRA (UK)
(Rifle, Decimal, Air, Pistol)
But you can also define your target discipline in Rifle Target.
Your primary interface with Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database is its simple but powerful plotting system. Quickly plotting your shots is as simple as point-and-click during or after you fire. Once plotted you gain the immediate benefit of Rifle Target's statics and analysis tools.
Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database enables you to record your call and your sight settings. It will automatically handle scoring, minute of angle calculations and more. . .
Feature: Record Management
Use the built-in targets and shooting forms in Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database or, if you need, define your own. Then create a new record to represent your shoot and start plotting.
You can store attributes and tags about the shoot too. Was it raining for a particular shoot? tag it. What shooting range were you at? tag it. What competition? tag it. Had a coach? tag it. Filter your records based on these tags to easily locate a specific shoot or to compare your shoots.
Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database can help you performing coaching analysis.
For example, use the Scatter Plotter to plot particular shoots together. Do you think you tend low-right at 600 yards? Plot all your 600 yards records together and see. The Scatter Plotter is particularly useful for wind coaching analysis - you can split the scatter by plotting all shots that land downwind on one half of the plot and upwind-landing shots on the other.
Rifle Target: Rifle Shooting Database can help you performing statistical analysis.
Calculate the mean horizontal deviation or the mean group radius or a large number of other shot statistics for a selected set of records. You can then plot one or more of these statistics on a graph and compare the changes and progressions. The help file explains the nature of each statistic along with its algebraic definition and, where relevant, suggested use.