Action Target showed a number of new range products at the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show this week.
Citadel Shooting Stall
The Citadel shooting stall has floor-to-ceiling LED lighting that accents its modern design. It integrates with Action Target's smart range Axis system, giving you full control over lighting levels, color, and retriever settings. The new stall also features a holographic lane number projection system that can be customized to meet the specific branding needs of your business and range facility. Ballistic glass panels provide a high level of visibility to promote safety on the range.
Smart Range Axis New Features
Action Target has expanded the capabilities of its Smart Range Axis range management system. The user-friendly software gives the range manager control over lane management, target retrievers, ventilation, shooting programs, and training scenarios. The following new features have been added to the SRA platform:
• DRM Pro—Running Man Target System
• Fixed Turning Electric Targets
• LED Accent Lighting Control for Stall Glass
• HVAC Central Control Filter Monitoring
• Translations in French and Spanish (other languages available upon request)
The PT Ranger is a tough, portable, and rapidly deployable steel target base. Like its little brother, the PT Scout, the Ranger is highly portable and requires no setup tools. Its modular parts are easily replaceable, increasing its life from damage sustained in harsh shooting environments. The Ranger can be used with the existing lineup of the PT Scout head plates. Action Target is also introducing five new steel silhouette targets exclusively designed for the Ranger.
AutoTargets Qualification Range Targets
Action Target continues its commitment to developing innovative solutions with software customization and upgrades to its AutoTarget Hit-Sensing System. With these upgrades comes the ability to customize Qualification ranges. The AutoTarget can now be controlled individually at each lane, in unison within the control room, or anywhere on the range with the use of a tablet. With the individual lane control, comes the ability to integrate the system with the customer's system, which will allow the trainees' stats to be automatically uploaded and tied to their personnel file for tracking performance. Cameras can also be added to assist with visual verification of shot placement, which is reflected on the tablet at each lane in real-time, eliminating the need to call the range cold to check for shot location.