Kongsberg Target Systems offers a simple, robust and flexible portable system for optimal training effect at various shooting distances up to at least 2000m.
An excellent solution for sniper units and special forces.
Designed for rough outdoor/all year use in temperature from -40°C/-40°F to +70°C/+158°F.
Battery or mains powered.
Basic equipment at Target Line and Firing Line packed in pelicases.
No calibration, just plug and play!
The weatherproof monitor is produced in stainless steel.
Solid mil. spec. contacts and vandal proof buttons.
The display is readable in bright sunlight, and is protected by a laminated, anti-reflective coated glass,
able to withstand the impact of cartridges from automatic weapons.
No need for overroofed firing points.
Kongsberg Target Systems (KTS) produce electronic targets for all kind of ammunition and weapons;
from air pellets to cal .50 (12.7mm).
KTS has designed electronic targets in different sizes for all shooting distances;
from 10m to 1500m, or even more! It just depends on the shooter`s capability to hit the target!
Our targets handle both supersonic and subsonic ammunition. In addition they handle full auto up to 25 rounds per second.
Permanently installed shooting ranges (galleries) normally use wire communication between Target Line and Firing Line. However, for long range shooting and moving targets we recommend radio communication, designed in practical, rugged PeliCases.
Accuracy according to International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF).
A lot of national shooting associations have tested and approved our system. One example is NRA in Great Britain who tested our system at 1000yds, and proved the accuracy to be 0.65mm!
KTS has equipment which is designed for both indoor and outdoor use. The all year/all weather/ mil spec monitor (NMM2) is designed for really rugged outdoor conditions.
KTS has totally sold approx. 12000 electronic shooting targets to more than 1100 different shooting associations/clubs and military units worldwide, since the company was established in 1994.