If you’ve suffered through any of my YouTube videos, you probably know that I do most of my shooting in the woods of N’Idaho. It’s public land, which means I can’t leave targets out there. So ideally the targets I use set up and break down fairly quickly — no Hickok45-style steel range for me. Coming to the rescue to solve those boring target blues, AutoTargets looks like it’s going to provide a ton of interest and target shooting excitement while still setting up quickly. At least physically, that is, because the Android app gives you full control over. . .
up to 32 of AutoTargets’ wirelessly-connected target lift units. Program scenarios to lift and drop targets, set hit requirements on each target (e.g. 2 body, 1 head before it will drop), keep score, track reaction time, receive audio and/or vibration hit confirmation through your Android, etc. More details here. Setting up run-and-gun courses sounds like a heck of a fun time.
Anyway, a couple of pre-production units will be showing up here for testing in the near future, so look for a review this summer . . .