TargetVision has a new target system available. It is a remotely operated target changer that can operate out to about 600 feet. It is constructed primarily of aluminum with AR500 armor plating. The downside is that it comes in at $1595 and it weighs in at a hefty 97 pounds.
It seems like the concept pairs well with use of a spotting scope (and they do sell a wireless spotting scope). I can see the utility for ranges or specialized applications (like rapidly switching between shoot/no shoot targets for distance competitions).
When I shoot at long ranges, I’m normally not shooting enough to warrant multiple target changes–it is either for zeroing a rifle or punching a few rounds to keep the skills from completely going to crap. Personally I’m not sure if I could justify the cost for the infrequent distance shooting I do.
What do you readers think? What applications can you come up where this would be a benefit?
Quick and easy set-up
Lightweight, Portable, Compact
1 year warranty
AR 500 armor plating
Band: 900 MHz RF
Weight: 97 lbs.
Assembled Height: ~3′ 6”
Target Sizes: 24” x 24”
Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium Ion
What’s In the Box
2 – Columns
2 – Legs with Armor Plating
1 – Target Holder with Armor Plating
1 – Target Roller, Motorized, with Armor Plating
1 – Roll of 74, 24” x 24” Targets
12V DC Charger
Signal Receiver Box
Plastic Target Backer