Target Audience May 23
Pro Targets Our new Pro Targets come as a next generation large and medium target with an adapter bracket. They can either be used as two separate targets ( medium plus large ) or combine to provide a two zone “head plus body” target. When combined, a hit is required on both zones to trigger
Managing separate leaderboards
AttackSense tracks top scores automatically and separates them for each type of round, this is great for keeping track of leaderboards and with the ShooterID cloud allows your shooters to keep track of their positions while away from the range. But what if you need to separate pistol from rifle, or want a separate table
Improve your reload game with the El Presidente drill
Recreate the iconic reload drill using the AttackSense Custom Round Builder The El Presidente drill is a well known drill in live fire training, involving three targets which must be double tapped before a mandatory reload, after which all targets must be double tapped again. This is a perfect round to test out the AttackSense
Create immersive courses of fire and shoot houses
Watch our instructional video to learn how to easily create custom layouts and maximise your training time A course of fire is an exciting way to train or can create a challenging competition for seasoned shooters. By utilising AttackSense targets you can maximise course run rate as targets can be reset immediately after one shooter
Renting range time now got a lot easier with sessions
Running shooting ranges with multiple lanes and managing booking slots can be hard at busy times. Plus, what do you give your customers as a take home after a visit to keep them coming back? AttackSense has the answer with session management. If you rent lanes by the hour or half hour, how to do
Ditch the spreadsheets & whiteboards, and end the frustration of match scoring.
AttackSense delivers complete match automation with integrated scoring and leaderboards. A human chain passing post-it notes, bewildering spreadsheets, a queue of people staring over the shoulder of an annoyed match official squinting into a laptop screen, and of course a whiteboard that’s rarely up to date. These are the hallmarks of a practical shooting match.