One of the best features of the simulator is the shot placement analyzer. This tool tracks the shots taken by the hunters and determines if they are ideal for taking down a deer. To put a deer down with one shot, a hunter needs to hit its vital organs, preferably, they should penetrate the heart and lungs, or they can aim for a headshot, straight through the eyes of the deer.
Headshots are usually more difficult, and people who want to make a trophy out of the deer's antlers don't commonly shoot at the head, therefore, the heart, lungs, and liver are the best options. Moreover, headshots can get really messy if you miss them and cause unnecessary suffering to the animal. Still, in our hunting simulator, you can easily practice taking headshots without worrying about misses
Our simulators allow hunters to shoot at the deer from multiple angles. They can practice taking broadside shots, and even take shots when the deer is quartering towards or quartering away from them for a more challenging experience.
Our hunting simulator
also allows hunters to start the simulation with varying parameters, which can increase or decrease the difficulty levels for spotting and shooting the deer. It is a complete and immersive training environment that is tailor built for hunters of all kinds. Whether you prefer to hunt from a blind, or a tree stand, our hunting simulations will help you get the perfect shot, allowing you to put down the deer effectively and ethically.
To put it all together, deer hunting is not easy, but with the right training, using our hyper-realistic deer hunting simulations, hunters can take their marksmanship, and other essential hunting skills to the next level.