Action TrackChair: Getting Disabled Hunters Back Out Into The Field

The Action TrackChair was on display at SHOT Show. It allows wheelchair users go off road into the fields or forests to hunt. Optional accessories include a camouflage finish and a gun rack. Its 24 volt DC 24:1 ratio high torque motor give this 390 lbs machine a max speed of 3-4 mph. The two 12 volt wheelchair batteries have a range of up to 6 miles, depending on a number of factors (weight of operator, temperature, terrain etc.). The base model, without any extra features, costs $15,300.

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Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


  • Simon

    good on them, rather then trying to push some gimmick or the 1000000th ar-15 for a cheap buck there actually making some thing that will help people. Sure its not cheap but its not a market they would venture in to to make money.

    well done, great product

    • ArcRoyale

      Actually powered chairs are a fairly significant market. Between a growing aging populace and an equally growing group of disabled veterans, I could see a good niche for this product among both hunters and among people who want just to get out in natural places without smooth flat surfaces.

  • M.M.D.C.

    Love it! My dad could use one of these.

  • gunslinger

    suprised this hasn’t been done before.

  • Kurtz

    It’s probably loud enough to scare off every living thing within a mile of it.

    • noob

      if you put a gun on it that can shoot further than the sound of the treads can carry, you’d have a tiny, unarmored tank.

      sort of like a dalek.

      • gunslinger

        Exterminate exterminate