Over the last 10 years, Action Target has introduced more than 125 new firearms training innovations: We were the first to introduce individual, automated targets powered by compressed air instead of electric motors – a new industry standard for all types of law enforcement and military ranges. We were the first to provide a portable, reliable, and affordable “Running Man” target system for dynamic law enforcement firearms training. We were the first to incorporate powerful computer controls to run your range applications.
Because Action Target is so far ahead when it comes to innovation, our products have helped determine the course of modern firearms training and shooting range development. In fact, nearly every major department across the country now trains on Action Target equipment. Nobody else can come close to saying that.
Just a few of our most innovative developments include:
Tactical Breach Door
This patent pending tool has revolutionized forced entry training. Ram, shotgun, or explosive entry training has never been so easy and inexpensive. The Tactical Breach Door uses a multi-purpose steel frame and door system that is easily adjustable and infinitely reusable allowing teams to train more effectively than ever before. Read More →
The Track Runner™
Our patented Track Runner system creates realistic tactical scenarios because the target can move to different locations, change speed and direction, and dart in and out of cover. The Track Runner is quite simply the most advanced, versatile, and reliable moving target system available. For a portable solution, look to the Action Target Runner. Read More →
Our pneumatic, individually controlled turning target systems revolutionized the training industry and eliminated the many problems created by outdated electronic systems. As an example, our high speed pneumatically powered target turner, D-TaPS™, can present either a good guy or a bad guy target in the blink of an eye. This means you will have to quickly and accurately identify actual threats before taking action. Read More →