If you’re a shooter looking to improve your split time, increase shooting accuracy and keep a detailed shot count record for maintenance, look no further than the Secubit Gun Shot Counter (GSC). Simply put, the GSC is compact. Indeed, it’s the smallest counting and recording device available on the market today. It fits into the grip pocket of a Glock 17, 18 and 19 (Gen 1-3), all without sacrificing ergonomics and comfort.

The miniature GSC serves as a true black-box and electronic odometer for your gun. This innovative device detects the number of shots fired by sensing vibration and shot. It is capable of recording up to 500,000 shots. The user is provided with a wealth of vital information to help improve shooting accuracy, including the exact date and time, the split time, and rate of fire. It comes with software that automatically collects and stores gunfire data, which means it is available to an Android device or PC via USB. An Apple version is coming soon.

The GSC, which includes a user-replaceable CR1632 battery with two years of life, is currently available at a manufacturer suggested retail price of $99.99. The box shipped to users contains the GSC-Counter unit, PC USB and micro-USB device cables, secure pin, add-on spacer, and a user manual. See below for a list of specifications.


* Height: 2.25 in
* Width: 0.81 in
* Depth: 0.25 in
* Weight: 0.32 oz

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