One of the basic principles of Clay Target shooting is the process of first visualising and then physically re-creating what you've seen in your mind's eye. In Olympic Trap we don't know the direction of the target but we know the scheme. Confidence can be enhanced by mentally walk through the scheme before you step on the shooting range using this App. This App contains the nine ISSF Olympic Trap tables so that you can accustom to the angles and elevations that you'll experience on the shooting range.The App can also be used as shooting game. The target can be shot by swing through with your finger through the flying target. For a more realistic experience, the App uses real life shooting range changing background.Benefits:- 1)Faster target acquisition. 2)Improve target recognition on dark green backgrounds. 3)If projected on a wall, it can be used for dry fire training. 4)Improve clay target mental imagery and visualisation. 5)Enhance confidence and preparation. 6)Enhance Eye-Hand coordination.Features:- 1)Contains the nine ISSF Schemes. 2)Target can be shot using a swing through with tip of finger. 3)You can have two shots at a clay with shotgun sound. 4)25 targets are thrown as per real life situation. 5)Target Speed can be adjusted from 0.6 sec to 10 sec. 6)Target to target delay can be adjusted from 0 to 15 sec. 7)Three real life shooting range backgrounds for a realistic experience. 8)Target breaks on hit. 9)Available for the iPhone and the iPad. 10) Chose between Competition mode ( our of 25), Final mode ( out of 15) or Show Scheme. 11) Share your result on Facebook. 12) Supports acoustic control so you can call for the target using your voice. 13) Compete online on the Apple Game Center. You can tap into the leaderboards which will show your rank against your friends.14) Apple Watch App "Great app for getting you ready for the round. Even small things can help you reach the top of the game. With this you can read the targets better and you will be ready for all schemas!" - David Kosteleck, Beijing 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist.