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MotoShot Training Robots and low light discretionary shooting

MotoShot Training Robots And Low Light Discretionary Shooting

Using the MotoShot remote control system, we were able to recreate a more realistic scenario and force the officers to work their angles to get their hits on target without hitting any of the multiple innocent (steel targets) 

Shield Solutions provides continuing training for multiple southern Missouri law enforcement agencies. This month’s training, we focused on low light discretionary shooting with shoot, don’t shoot targets. In this scenario, officers had to activate their hand-held light or weapon-mounted light and neutralize the threat amongst multiple innocent targets (steel targets). Using the MotoShot remote control system, we were able to recreate a more realistic scenario and force the officers to work their angles to get their hits on target without hitting any of the multiple innocent (steel targets). If officers hit one of the innocents (steel targets) we immediately heard the report from the sound of the steel being hit. Discretionary shooting in low light conditions while using the MotoShot System was incredibly challenging and proved to be realistic and quality training for these officers. In real life, targets move, so in training, we need to be training in real-life scenarios.

The article was written by Greg Martin August 2021

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Greg Martin began a career in law enforcement that included service with the Ozark County Sheriff’s Department, Boone County Sheriff’s Department, Branson Police Department and Taney County Sheriff’s Department before joining the Missouri State Highway Patrol, working five years as a trooper based at Troop G in Willow Springs. Greg currently is a commissioned peace officer with the Howell and Douglas County Sheriff’s Departments. Greg is a senior member and training coordinator for the Howell County SWAT team and the Douglas and Ozark County multi-jurisdictional task force.

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