MotoShot Donation to Sheriffs Department

Elite Training and Tactical Robot

MotoShot Elite 360° Target System
MotoShot Elite 360° Target System
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Somerset, WI -(AmmoLand.com)- MotoShot Target Systems has donated a MotoShot Elite Training System to support the Washington County Sheriff’s Department Firearms Training Program and SWAT/Tactical Response Unit.

“MotoShot’s generous gift is just one more example of the Companies dedication to supporting the community and devotion to nurturing firearms training programs,” said Sergeant Kyle Schenck Washington County Sheriff's Office. “Speaking on behalf of the Sheriff’s Department we are very grateful.”

Designed to incorporate incredible, lifelike movements such as charging, zero radius turning and the realism of hit reactive 3D targets, the MotoShot Elite Target System is an excellent tool for all type of tactical training. Also, with quick exchange accessories such as LED Light Bar and Surveillance Camera with HD Monitor, the MotoShot Elite easily transforms into a tactical response robot. One MotoShot System for both Tactical Training and Tactical Response!

“As a company we believe that supporting our local first responders is a high priority. We are proud to have provided much needed training equipment to an incredibly hardworking and dedicated team of professionals.” Kara Hale – Hale Outdoor Products

About Hale Outdoor Products:

Hale Outdoor Products, known first for developing and bringing to market MotoShot Moving Target Systems, is a Wisconsin based small business with the goal of providing innovative training solutions for private trainers, shooting enthusiasts and America's security forces; local police departments to national military forts.

For a complete listing of products offered visit www.MotoShot.com.

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    Thank you,we need more companies backing our first responders.