SOFIC 2014 – Precision Targeting

Precision Targeting develops solid state weapon mounted targeting systems. I got a chance to check out a developmental model of their new RIANOV Eagle at SHOT Show.


The RIANOV Eagle is a weapon mounted (1913 compatible) ballistic computer. It offers a fully compensated ballistic solution monitoring environmental conditions and weapon system orientation (slope and cant) to provide a firing solution.


The military version is interoperable with the STORM, Rulr and RAPTOR. Additionally, it offers Field of View truing meaning rather than playing with the computer to tweak muzzle velocity, the shooter can enter raw mil adjustments based on what he saw. The RIANOV Eagle holds up to 16 weapon systems and up to 60 dope solutions per weapon system.

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9 Responses to “SOFIC 2014 – Precision Targeting”

  1. Scubasteve says:

    looks like a light saber

  2. PbLead says:

    Does it track the position of the turrets? That would be freaking awesome if it could give you the exact dope based on what you already have.

  3. pablo says:

    y would like to know is it posible to buy?

  4. Terry says:

    So, what does this do that Barret BORS doesn’t do better?

    • Brando says:

      JBM Ballistics library

      • Derek says:

        would be even better if it had the Applied Ballistics in it. This is what we are running down range now in our Kestrels it kicks ass.

    • Andrew says:

      It works with my scopes… the BORS only works with 8 or 9 scopes and I can move it back and forth on my 3 different rifles very easily.

      • Reuben says:

        Andrew- good point. Plus the electronic DOPE for truing sounds like a great advantage and easy to use.
        Does anyone have experience with this using the canted holds?