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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

Officer Under Fire

Officer Under Fire's Perpetrator Shooting Target is human-like in movement and tactics, and it shoots back. This 3D target body has a movable arm that allows shoot/don't shoot scenario firearms training, and the armored base fires rubber bullets while simultaneously video recording on the range. 360-degree movement and the Perpetrator's "tactical" side-stepping attack slice the pie while accurately shooting trainees.

Savage Range Systems

The KMA Overhead Target Retrieval System is designed to provide the shooter with a controllable, smooth and easy retrieval system. This "plug and play" modular system is easy to install and maintain-only a few tools required. The modular design accommodates any length of range, with lighting that rides the track with the target. Powered by a standard 115/230V outlet, with low wattage LED lighting, the target system runs a self-diagnostic at start-up, uses dual optical sensors for distance control, and allows for programmable stopping points.

Target Industries

Target Industries' Flip-n-Targets are easy to transport and use. They come in three sizes: Qualifier, Pro, and Sportsman. The design of these folding wooden target stands allows for quick and easy set-up, not to mention the benefit of minimizing the space needed for storage and travel. The stand allows for set-up on uneven ground and does well in the wind thanks to adjustable legs.

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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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