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Shooting from a Vehicle with MotoShot

Shooting from a Vehicle with MotoShot

MotoShot provides an excellent training strategy to help officers combat these violent encounters.

Shooting from a non-moving vehicle was one of the more challenging training exercises I taught. Not necessarily the techniques but the logistics of getting the car onto the firing line, praying the officer or squad car did not get damaged, and cleaning the range of debris left by the prop vehicle if your agency was lucky enough to use one.

MotoShot can be maneuvered to act as an approaching threat to an officer as they sit in the vehicle. In order to provide the officer with a realistic scenario, MotoShot can approach from any direction. At this point, the officer can respond to the threat with the appropriate weapon, i.e., sim rounds, pepper spray, or a firearm if MotoShot is positioned properly downrange. MotoShot can be equipped with a variety of weapon choices allowing the officer to react appropriately to the threat. One of the features Motoshot provides is the ability to drop the manakin when a proper shot placement has been achieved. The versatility of the robot makes for a highly realistic training scenario. Few products on the market provide this level of training. MotoShot provides an excellent training strategy to help officers combat these violent encounters.

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The article was written by Glen Hartman September 2021

About the author

Glen Hartman has a lifelong commitment to public safety. He currently serves as Firearms Instructor, Rescue Dive Team Coordinator, and Patrol Sergeant Hudson Police Department. In addition, Glen has accomplished some notable achievements such as Defensive and Arrest Tactics Instructor, Chemical Irritants, Percussive Devices, and Less Lethal Instructor as well as being FBI trained in active shooter and digital video recovery, just to name a few.

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