The good folks at CAA have created a device that slots into your GLOCK’s grip that records the exact date and time of any shots fired, the time between shots (split time) and the rate of fire. The information is easily downloaded onto an Android smart phone or PC. CAA’s press release (after the jump) pitches the Secubit GSC Gun Shot counter as a helpful training device for shooters who want to “maintain a complete record of shot counts for pistol maintenance and personal performance levels.” The obvious, unstated application: police accountability. What are the odds the Boys in Blue will agree to implement this technological advance? On the other hand, how long before New Jersey makes them mandatory with a fine for tampering? . . .
Tullytown, Pa. (May 2015) – CAA USA is proud to unveil the ultimate upgrade for GLOCK shooters who want to improve their time between shots, increase accuracy and maintain a complete record of shot counts for pistol maintenance and personal performance levels.
The Secubit GSC Gun Shot counter is a miniature counting device that records the number of shots fired by detecting gun vibration and shock. It is capable of recording up to 500,000 shots. The device records the exact date and time, the time between shots fired (split time) and the rate of fire so as to provide the shooter with the necessary data to improve accuracy. The GSC can be used in all GLOCK Gen 1-3 pistols including the models 17, 18, 19, 22, 23 and others . . .
The GSC fits into the grip pocket of the GLOCK pistol without affecting grip ergonomics or comfort. Made of durable polymer with a slide in lock for a secure fit, the GSC contains advanced software that automatically collects and stores gunfire data which can be extracted through an Android device or a PC platform through a USB cable. It also includes a user-replaceable CR1632 battery with a 2-year life.
GSC Gun Shot Counter Specifications:
Height: 2.25 inches
Width: 0.81 inches
Depth: 0.25 inches
Weight: 0.32 oz.