We would like to have a fixed course of fire for qualification training. Can MotoShot run on a consistent path?
Yes. We are pleased to announce our most recent upgrade option to MotoShot... MotoTRAX. MotoTrax are a Train-rail like tracking system that will follow a fixed course that you decide. Click HERE to see a video and learn a bit more.
We are thinking of getting the Hit/Stop/Fall feature but cannot go down range to reset the target, what can we do?
Do I need to program my remote/robot?
What frequency does the remote operate on?
Can I buy a spare battery for MotoShot?
Can I use more than one target on MotoShot ?
Yes. MotoShot TCR 921/925 are rated for up to 50/100lbs. respectively. The U channel design accepts multiple target brackets. Additional brackets are available, part number TCR-919. Target brackets should be mounted closest to the center of the length U channel for best performance.
What is MotoShots' remote range?
Can I run more than one MotoShot at a time?
What happens if I run MotoShot into something?
What if MotoShot gets shot?
How well does the 2 wheel drive MotoShot handle a rough/unimproved range?
Do you offer demo’s of your MotoShot Systems?
What is the difference between the Elite and the Elite Armored?
The standard Elite is handgun rated and the Elite Armored is constructed from NIJ LevelIII Armor and is Rifle Rated.
High points of the industrial system:
System is ballistically protected
Long Run Time
Are the systems build-able meaning can I buy accessories at a later time/budget cycle?
Can I swap out the accessories as I go?
What are the different accessories?
All the accessories were developed to enhance the moving target training system and allow training to progress from just a moving target to more dynamic and realistic scenarios. We have group the accessories into training categories.
Use of Force
Will the Hit Sensing Targets work with rifle rounds?
Can I switch out the 3D Target with the Steel Target?
How does the Hit Stop Feature work?
What is the Fall System?
You mentioned MotoShot has two modes of operation, can you explain what they are?
In the primary mode MotoShot is a "running man" system in which the robot is operated via a handheld remote in any direction, operates out to 1000 meters and offers variable speed.
In the "gallery" mode MotoShot becomes a "track system". A simple track with a magnetic end point is placed laterally or in charging position on the range. With a flip of the switch on the handheld remote MotoShot will run continually on this track back and forth or charging forward and reverse. The feature is often used when a repeated course of fire is desired and typically using paper targets. Once in the gallery mode no remote operator is required.
The Gallery Feature must be purchased at the time of the original purchase and cannot be added on later.
So the system will have Gallery Mode but I can bolt on the other accessories later? Yes, Gallery Mode is enabled and disabled right at the remote and requires no tools or downtime when returning to "running man" mode of operation.
Can I use the hit reactive targets in Gallery Mode?
Can I use the Target Turner as a stand-alone piece of equipment?
Can I mount the 3D Target Dropper to my MotoShot?
What is the difference between the dropping targets on the movers and the 3D Target Dropper?
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The MotoShot Robotic Moving Target Systems are extremely portable and work well with unimproved and permanent ranges. Because all systems can move in any direction, have variable speed, and can turn and charge the shooter in an instant, MotoShot is an intensely challenging firearms training system that will stretch any shooter’s skills.
Experience safe, realistic, and reactive target scenarios with MotoShot. We are a trusted target shooting solutions company that specializes in portable and multi-functional target systems. Our easy-to-use systems can move in any direction and at any speed, making them an ideal tool for firearms training.