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Targets and Target Systems

These 10 companies provide targets and targeting systems for law enforcement officers.

May 24, 2011  |  by - Also by this author

LaRue Tactical

LaRue Sniper Targets are specifically designed for military and law enforcement sniper training, but are also well suited to shotgun and handgun courses. They are battery powered, portable, and battle tough. The target automatically resets 1,800 times between charges and is timed to reset in nine seconds, then shut off, saving power and leaving it field ready. Weighing 72 pounds total, the 3/8-inch-thick self-contained target requires no assembly. It withstands .223 and .308 rounds and is weatherproof.

Law Enforcement Targets

Law Enforcement Targets has recently introduced a new line of targets focused on home invasion.  The Home Invasion series of targets is designed with the first responder in mind. Each scenario draws you into the event testing marksmanship skills and the decision-making process. Targets are full color and 22 x 34 inches in size.

Meggit Training Systems

Meggitt Training Systems' XWT is the industry's first wireless, 360-degree turning target retrieval system, according to the company. The XWT moves along the rail via an internal, variable speed, DC motor drive system, eliminating the need to replace and adjust cables and pulleys. The system is operated via wireless communication through a user-friendly, touch-screen controller.

Moto Shot

MotoShot Moving Target Systems are specifically designed to advance your training to the next level with remotely operated, battery powered, highly mobile and very realistic portable moving target systems.  MotoShot is available in 2 and 4 AWD base models with optional hit reactive upgrades and can be used on all types of terrain.

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Dave @ 5/31/2011 4:16 AM

Is this a story or just a list of advertisers? A simple Google search and I also find the company I have been using, Targets Online. With recent company mergers I find I get a better product for less than what we were paying before.

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