Autonomous Alloy Target System

Autoalloy

Autonomous Alloy has a fun looking target system. They are linkable steel targets that connect to a smart phone. They are like a combnation of the Larue or Strike Mark steel targets that auto reset mixed with the connectivity of Auto Targets. You may recall a couple articles about Auto Targets. Click here if you missed it.

Autonomous Alloy is a little different. while Auto Targets have different zones that you can program to sense the bullet strike, the Autonomous Alloy targets have color coded LEDs that give shooters feedback. As you can see in the video below, the LEDs signify which targets you are supposed to shoot and which one’s your opponent shoots. The design looks simple and can be set up relatively easy and quickly. And just like the Auto Targets system, the targets can report and chart your performance.

No mention of battery life or range the targets can be from each other or if they have to be within wifi range of the mobile device used to control the targets. For more information go to Autonomousalloys.com.



Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • Joe

    Looks like a hoot. Hope it’s not too expensive.

  • QuadGMoto

    That looks great. As for where to set something like that up… all the ranges within a half-hour drive of me are all “paper only”. 😞

  • Jwedel1231

    This is something that could probably actually survive on the market, as long as the price isn’t prohibitive.

  • Darhar M.

    Looks like fun but also expensive.

  • HH

    God I have come to hate crowdfunding products. They ALL look great – slick marketing, fun products, etc. Well, I’ve participated in a few over the years and the reality of them is that they are delayed, buggy or dont work, lack customer support, and generally fail as companies within a short timeframe.

    So…as a rule no matter how wow’d I am by the new fancy crowndfunded product I simply wont buy.

    • RocketScientist

      I look at crowd funding as a great way of announcing to the world: “HEY!! All the professionals who make a living out of assessing new business ventures and funding the ones that are likely to succeed and turn a profit have rejected my business plan as being insufficient in some way. They think I’m too much risk. As a result I want you to give me YOUR money. Oh and BTW I have no obligation to do anything in return except cash your check. Thanks!!”

      • Michael Campbell

        It could also be a strategic method. For instance holding investors at bay until the campaign launches, then leveraging actual pre-sales as opposed to social traction for a better deal on investment.

  • sean

    Are they only rimfire rated?