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OC SPRAY TRAINER

REALISTIC AND REACTIVE

When officers make home contacts, aggressive dogs are the number one threat that they encounter on a regular basis. Proper training for response and deployment of non-lethal tactics to distract and dissuade an aggressive dog should be a requirement for all departments. MotoShot OC Spray Trainer

MotoShot realistic human and canine targets are reactive to

    • OC SPRAY
    • LIVE-FIRE AMMO
    • NON-LETHAL TRAINING AMMO (NLTA)

    BOTH THE OWNER AND THE DOG REPRESENT A RISK TO THE TRAINEE AND OC IS USED TO NEUTRALIZE BOTH THE DOG THREAT AND THE OWNER THREAT


    OC SPRAY TRAINER INCLUDES:


    • OC Spray Sensor with 4' connection cable
    • NOTE: must use inert training spray. System is suited for ZARC brand.
    • Target mounting bracket
    • 2 X 2" wood mounting post
    • Full sized "canine" target
    • Note: Adding the OC Spray Trainer must be done during initial MotoShot purchase and cannot be added on as an after-market purchase.

    PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS


    • OC Sensor compatible with human and canine targets
    • Available optional "fall" response for human and canine targets.
    • OC Sensor can be cleaned for continual reuse.
    • Can be used in conjunction with hit reactive sensors for training that progresses into weapons deployment.
    • Available as an accessory on any MotoShot Moving Target System.

    "EFFECTIVE TRAINING COMES FROM DEVELOPING SCENARIOS THAT ARE AS CLOSE TO REAL LIFE AND REAL TIME AS POSSIBLE."

    MotoShot OC Spray Trainer
    MotoShot OC Spray Trainer

    TRAINING DRILLS


    Drill one: Officer encounters dog as stray while out of patrol vehicle. No owner present.
    Dog: Advancing (NOT charging) aggressive dog barking, growling.
    Trainee: Verbal command “Get Back! Sit Down!”
    Trainee: OC deployment “OC! OC!”
    Deployment: 2 second burst at dogs face / muzzle
    Trainee: Side step, evaluate use of force options, observe dog

    In this drill, the trainee is confronted by a dog which is aggressive but not “attacking”. The use of OC to dissuade the dog from following through is a viable and effective use of force with the minimum amount of risk to the trainee and least amount of force used on the aggressive dog.


    Drill two: Officer encounters dog with owner. Owner is NOT armed but belligerent and uses the dog for intimidation.
    Dog: Under owner’s control on leash
    Owner: Argumentative but not armed
    Trainee:Verbal command “Secure your dog!”
    Owner: Release dog, dog advances (NOT charging) barking & growling, owner incites dog to attack
    Trainee: OC deployment “OC! OC!”
    Deployment: 1 second burst at dog’s face / muzzle, redirect 2 second burst at owner
    Trainee: Side step, evaluate use of force options, observe owner, observe dog

    In this drill, the dog is being used as a weapon but not effectively. Both the owner and the dog represent a risk to the trainee and OC is used to neutralize both the dog threat and the owner threat, making it hard for the owner to continue his incitement of the dog and rendering the dog an non-effective weapon.

    OC Spray Trainer for proper deployment of OC Spray

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