San Jorge, UT – Announced during a weekly animal sacrifice ritual, Nel “Moses” Kelsin displayed his newest version of a Practical Scoring Training System called PracticeScoring. This newest model features improved power modules, a clearer entry area, and major ergonomic improvements. Clearly, this is the way of the future.
The PracticeScoring “App”
PracticeScoring, an original creation, addresses a critical need in the practical scoring training industry. “I believe we were the first to offer a practical dry-fire scoring program “said Kelsin, dressed in the traditional tunic of a person in desert exile. “Our solution combines the excitement of not-actually-shooting with the responsibility of applying rules to hypothetical activities.”
The device allows the user to practice recording scoring from various practical shooting events. There’s no actual shooting, or even pretend shooting, though– it’s literally just pretending to write down things that might have happened, maybe. Although it seems like a panacea for all match management, some critics still hold out.
Enrique Rigger, a respected match official and contemporary of the late John M Browning, thinks that PracticeScoring runs contrary to the intentions of the sport. “It ain’t right! Practicing scoring helps the gamers in the RO ranks. Range Officers should be using the same methods passed down to them from the Founding Fathers!” He was referring to the traditional scoring method of scraping tally marks onto the side of rock faces. “It works, and it ain’t going to fail! Unless it rains, I guess.”
Regardless, Nel Kelsin remains undeterred by detractors like Rigger. “We think the addition of a second battery really helps people.” Kelsin is no stranger to developing new ideas. He co-founded a food-based analytics company specializing in liquid analysis and also runs a part-time roller-coaster attraction at a local gym called “Get Harder then Hell”. He can be reached at his office, which consists of a Harley parked within wifi range of a McDonalds.