CAA Secubit Gun Shot Counter

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Earlier this year CAA introduced their new Secubit Gun Shot Counter system that records every shot of your gun. For those who like to keep meticulous records of their shot count the Secubit GS-Counter records how many rounds you’ve fired, your pace of fire and the exact dates and times you’ve made each shot. All the info can then be viewed and analyzed on a computer or tablet via USB or on Android phones via their app (an iPhone version is in the works). Currently Secubit offers a model for Glocks as well as a universal Picatinny model for the AR-15, AK-47 and other rifles with versions for more models on the way soon.

The GS-Counter™ is a new revolutionary system that enables the real-time recording and storing of gunfire data. The GS-Counter™ is based on measuring energy along time, fitted with advanced software that automatically collects and stores gunfire data, making it available for off-line analysis of the user and the weapon performances. The GS-Counter™ distinguishes between shots, cocking of the gun and other events that should be recorded. The data can be easily viewed in a computer, tablet or mobile phone which is connected to the GS-Counter™. The light weight device (GS-Counter™) provides you with the capability of a true “black-box” for your gun.

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The Glock model (seen on the left) weights in at 12 gr and is installed in the socket behind the magazine well. The Picatinny model (seen on the right) attaches to the rail and weights in at 24 gr. When used with an AR-15 it can record both single as well as full-auto shots. MSRP is $100. Check out Secubit-ltd.com for more info.

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Ray is an online marketer who got his start in the auto industry taking pictures and writing about cars. A long time gun enthusiast and blogger, his daily firearms musings can be found over at his gun blog ArmoryBlog.com.


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  • Doopington

    For $100, I might as well count how many casings I spent that day.

    I’d rather have this technology applied so that I have a shot-counter with a tiny screen to show how many shots I’ve been using (so I can subtract to see how many shots I have left in my mag).

  • Dick is a Dick

    Or you could just, I don’t know, count the casings yourself. It’s actually not that hard.

  • ABeiruty

    Where is the wifi connection? Add a display counter and reset button for after the reload.

    • noob

      It would be nice to have this on the grip panels of a 1911, so you hit the mag release button and it sets the display on the side to “7″.

      actually 7 isn’t that big a number to keep track of in your head.

      maybe a different model of firearm would have greater utility, where the magazine capacity is greater than 17.

      thinking aloud, maybe the “black box for your gun” shouldn’t be doing low magazine warnings. instead a separate device lights up a led under your rear sight when it detects less than 3 rounds in your magazine?

  • mark

    I just write the date on the cardboard ammo box and flatten it.

  • noob

    I wonder, is that data safe, or can it be tampered with.

    If you say “Your honor, as my secubit clearly says I did not fire my weapon that night” can they counter with “a clever hacker could have deleted that shot from the logs.”?

    • gunslinger

      probably not.

      i mean, just about any data can be tampered with. just how hard is it.

  • Aaron E

    A bit overpriced for personal firearms use in my opinion. I agree with the others – I’ll just keep track myself. Now if they could add a laser or HD camera to also record hit locations that would be nice. Then I could put away the log book and keep all the records digitally. But just counting bullets – I’ll spend the $100 on something better.

    However, this may have a use for certain military weapons – particularly full auto, or belt felt weapons. Particularly in a combat zone, it may be much harder to keep track of how many rounds have been fired, so a counter could help soldiers better maintain their weapons or replace barrels accordingly.

  • Marco Antonio Gonzalez

    One Step closer to the M41-A
    WI-FI? Better some NFC or Bluetooh and an accompanying app and you get a round counter in your cellphone