Aiming Point Displacement Indicator

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I have SCATT USB. In the calibration screen, after I take the shot, it shows a red Aiming Point Displacement Indicator. What is it telling me and how am I suppose to use the information?

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As long as it is inside the inner circle there's nothing to do. If it is outside, shoot again.
 
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As long as it is inside the inner circle there's nothing to do. If it is outside, shoot again.
Ramon, that is my understanding of how to use the calibration screen. When I ‘shoot’, it displays two things, the shot-hole and the red displacement indicator. I am trying to understand what the displacement indicator is telling me.

[Note to those who do not use the USB model. On the USB model, the calibration screen does not immediately disappear like it does on some other model.]
 
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I think that's where Scatt thinks the sensor is mounted in relation to your pistol. When mine was a bit to the left it always displayed there.
 
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I think that's where Scatt thinks the sensor is mounted in relation to your pistol. When mine was a bit to the left it always displayed there.
Interesting. I will have to check my setup since I use a barrel insert and try to have the sensor directly below the barrel but the indicator is not at the 6 o'clock position. On one of my pistol's, the indicator is closer to 8 o'clock.
 
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