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Approved by the Cowboy Fast Draw Association

CFDA Member Number 2201

The Official Timer of the American Cowboy Quick Draw Association

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The NEW Shooting Sports Timer II now has a Random Start Generator built in. One Timer Model II can command an unlimited number of Model I or II timers in slave mode for Multi Lane Competition setups. It is fully compatible with the Model I timer.

The Shooting Sports Timer is designed to be used to Practice fast draw shooting at a target as done in ACQDA, CFDA and WDFA competitions. It can also be configured in Single and Multi-Timer configurations for Quick Draw competitions.

This Practice Timer features 3/4 inch tall, easy to read displays. The extra bright target lights can easily be seen in the brightest sunlight. The timer is connected to the Lights using rugged, 18 ga., two wire lamp cord. If the cable is damaged, it can be easily repaired in the field.

The Timer supports one or two shooters in all the modes. The Standard (Master) mode requires the user to press the Remote switch to start a timed event. The timer will then wait for a random time from 2 to 5 seconds and then turn on the lights. The lights will go off when the target is hit and the elapsed time will be displayed. The Standard mode is approved by ACQDA and CFDA for matches using two lanes.

The Practice mode automatically restarts the timer after a delay. The timer emits a short Beep indicating the start of the random delay. At the end of the random delay, the lights will come on as in the standard mode and start the time measurement. Two different delay times are available. If two lights are connected, the timer waits for 12 seconds before restarting the cycle. If one light is connected, the timer waits 4 seconds before restarting the cycle. The faster recycle time allows users to load multiple cartridges and quickly run through all of them for an alternate method of practice.

The Slave mode allows the user to connect multiple timers together. All timers, when in the slave mode, will start the timing sequence exactly 2 seconds after the release of the remote switch. All timers will be in sync to the nearest microsecond. This timer system has been approved by the ACQDA and CFDA for use in matches when used with a Competition Controller or a Shooting Sports Timer Model II.

The timer system consists of :

1. The timer
2. Two light boxes
3. Two shot sensors that attach to the targets
4. One Remote start button
5. Two 35 foot cables to connect the lights to the timer
6. Two 3 foot cables to connect the hit sensor to the light
7. One AC power supply
8. One Slave Cable

The System can also be ordered with Balloon switch input light boxes. The Balloon system will ship with the two balloon switch light boxes and two balloon switches. Extra Balloon switches can also be ordered.

Note: The shot sensors have been designed, calibrated, and tested to work with our steel targets and should work with any steel target. We recommend a minimum steel target thickness of 10 gauge. Since we do not have control of a user provided target design, we can not guaranty the reliability of hit detection on a user provided target.

View the User Manual for the Shooting Sports Timer

View the User Manual for the Shooting Sports Timer II

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Optional DC Cable

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Price List
Description
Price each Purchase
Basic Timer System - Dual lane
US Power Supply -- 110 VAC
$549
Basic Timer System - Dual lane
International Power Supply -- 110/220 VAC
$570
DC Power Cable -- Operate Timer or Controller from a 12 Volt Battery
$20

Shipping for Timer to the Continental US is $20

International Shipping for Timer is $55

For further information or to place an order by phone, Contact Quick Draw Electronics
Phone 406-591-0506
Email sales@Shakleford.com

 

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