Meggitt Training Systems to Introduce 3 New Shooting Range Solutions at SHOT

Meggitt Training Systems (booth #12267) will debut new target imagery, target carrier, and live-fire screen products at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) and Conference.

Meggitt Training Systems (booth #12267) will debut new target imagery, target carrier, and live-fire screen products at the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) and Conference in Las Vegas, NV, Jan. 23-26, 2018.

"Meggitt Training Systems continues to innovate thanks to unequaled in-house military and law enforcement expertise and highly valuable global customer feedback," said Jon Read, Meggitt live fire systems director. "The three new American-made products we'll display at SHOT Show 2018 continue a 90-year track record of groundbreaking products for shooting ranges around the world."

Meggitt's new solutions on display will include:

  • The XWT ProImage projected target system is a compact video projector and camera that attaches to Meggitt's XWT target carrier. Wirelessly connected to a 10" lane control unit mounted behind the firing line, the XWT ProImage projects user-uploaded digital videos and images onto white paper or cardboard targets. The onboard camera provides a constant close-up view of the target for instantaneous feedback. The XWT ProImage docks and charges with the XWT and includes easily replaceable batteries for nonstop run time.
  • The XWT GEN4 wireless target carrier builds on the industry's first wireless, 360-degree turning system. The XWT GEN4 uses a lithium ion battery with a positive locking connection and ergonomic placement. This technology provides a 50% increase in battery watt hours. The new docking system improves contact design for faster, more reliable charging; that means more time using the XWT GEN4 and less time charging it. Programmable distraction lighting now integrates red, blue and white LEDs with four times the brightness of previous models. The chassis features a new side cover design for wheel overhead protection and prevention of brass drivetrain damage. Anti-static wheels eliminate grounding tinsel and reduce electrostatic discharge.
  • The Live-Fire Screen allows users to train within a shooting range using live ammunition while scenarios are displayed on a natural rubber screen through the FATS 100LE system. Screen integrity does not affect hit detection capability with this system because Meggitt's screen surface is not needed for detection of projectiles passing through the area of interest and is used only for showing the image. It can be readily integrated into live-fire shoot houses with other surfaces for projection. The easy-to-install, self-healing screen can be used with various types of weapons ranging from revolvers to submachine guns, and is designed to withstand up to 50,000 rounds over the entire surface area before replacement or repair.

In addition to Meggitt's exhibit hall presence, the company will feature simulation training solutions in the Toscana Ballroom #3710 at the Sands Expo Center. Attendees who schedule an appointment via the link below can see the all-new FATS 100P portable virtual system designed for law enforcement and defense organizations that require virtual weapons training on the go. Company executives will also discuss the FATS 300LE, which provides a five screen, 300-degree immersive experience for realistic marksmanship and judgmental training for escalation/de-escalation of force situations.

To speak with a Meggitt representative during SHOT Show, visit booth 12267 or schedule an appointment at

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