Meggitt Training Systems will demonstrate the latest in live fire training and targetry systems at the Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show) and Conference, January 14 to 17, 2014 in Las Vegas.
Meggitt Training Systems is an industry leader in law enforcement and military live fire and virtual firearms training solutions, commercial ranges and equipment and helps build new ranges or upgrade current traps and target carriers.
Meggitt will be in booth 12267, displaying the latest in range solutions including:
- New! Gen3 XWT- Our latest wireless target carrier system with direct drive for a quieter, smoother operation. The Gen3 XWT features greater reliability, durability and a sleeker, lower profile, operable to 100 yards with customized user management.
- New! RangeMaster Control System (RMCS) is easier to use and program. The RMCS allows for an easily customizable course of fire, lighting and temperature.
- In addition to the XWT and RMCS, Meggitt will be displaying other target carrier systems, bullet traps and will have subject matter experts available for one-on-one discussions about range design or upgrades.
Visit meggitttradeshows.com/shot-show.aspx to set an appointment or simply drop by booth 12267.
Free law enforcement education at 2014 SHOT Show
Meggitt is sponsoring and conducting “Lessons Learned: Building and Operating a Gun Range” as part of the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP).Training is complimentary with paid SHOT Show attendance. Find out more and register today, http://www.shotshow.org/education/#leep
Wednesday, January 15
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Sands Convention Center
This session will focus on many of the unforeseen issues customers, law enforcement officers, range masters, and owners experience when operating an indoor firing range. In particular, the presentation will outline material pros and cons by showing real examples of types of target carrier systems, bullet traps, and ballistic protection materials. Meggitt will describe the proper types of equipment to be installed in shooting ranges, such as the suggested target carrier systems for commercial ranges vs. law enforcement ranges, steel traps vs. rubber traps, and many other lessons learned.
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