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Range Systems Introduces Night Vision Targets

December 19, 2012  | 

Photo via Range Systems.
Photo via Range Systems.

Range Systems has introduced its line of ThermBright night-vision training targets.

ThermBright targets utilize a proprietary advanced coating process that effectively reflects the cold energy of space when tilted backwards by 10 degrees. Using any in-service sights including image intensifiers and Fusion sights, the targets work effectively in daylight or at night, and will work in all weather conditions, according to Range Systems.

The targets don't require any power source or batteries and can endure 2,000 rounds of small-arm fire before thermal degradation begins to occur.

The targets are offered in training styles including soldiers, armed insurgents, tanks, armored personnel carriers, and other vehicles, as well as target patches, marking panels and several animal images. They retail for between $35 and $600.

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