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Bullseye FAQ

You do not need cellular or Internet service of any kind. The system can be used in the middle of the desert or anywhere you wish. The system generates its own WIFI Hotspot that your laptop connects with to transmit the camera images. The included software handles everything for you!

The Bullseye Camera System is incredibly easy to set-up. You can set it up and have it running in under 1 minute. You simply place the camera at the target and turn on the battery and then head back to your shooting location and run the Bullseye Target Manager software - it's that easy!

In a typical setup you would place the camera 8-15 feet back from the target. There is usually no risk in shooting the camera as it can be out of the way of your target.

The software has a zoom feature so you can zoom into the actual target and then zoom out to see the surrounding area. For example if you are shooting long distances and have a target, or several targets, on a piece of plywood - you can pick the area you are looking at - this is all controlled via the software. You never have to re-visit the target until you are done shooting!

The batteries typically last about 12 hours of use. The system comes with a fast charger to charge the battery pack. The batteries in all of our systems are lithium-ion batteries.

Yes! We are in the office Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Central Standar Time. All of our staff members are knowledgeable shooters and are experienced as using our system and can immediately help you out! Please call 877-269-8490.

We offer a two year manufacturers limited warranty. We do offer a 2-year Bulletproof Downrange Protection Plan optional warranty that covers everything including a hit by a projectile for 2 years after purchase. You can read the full warranty here.

Yes! We currently have an iOS (iPhone/iPad) application available in the Apple App Store entitled "Bullseye Target Manager". The Android version is available from the Google Play store under "Bullseye Target Manager". We are working on the Mac OSX version.

Yes! With steel targets you can place the camera back further to avoid splatter as the impact marks are much larger and easier for the software to "see".  With steel targets it's best to have them anchored and not free swinging or else you need to wait for the target to stop swinging to see your shot.

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