New Powered Thermal Shooting Target Advances Training for Thermal Weapons

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IR.Tools™, a leading provider of infrared identification for the military and law enforcement has announced the launch of a new Powered Thermal target product line. The expansion into Powered Thermal targets will complement IR.Tools already extensive Passive target inventory.

Set to release on July 29, 2020, this new powered thermal target, heated with proprietary Fabroc® technology is nearly indestructible. Constructed with a rubber like material, it has no wires to short circuit from bullet penetration. Powering up on a 12 or 24-volt battery, the integrity of this lightweight, heat-efficient target remains intact for ​over 500 ​rounds, with a consistent thermal contrast and no flaring to disrupt training exercises.

“Now that 80% of soldiers and SWAT use advanced optics on the job, adding a premium powered target for them to train with was an easy decision. A powered target provides realistic training options you don’t have with a paper target.”
—Tom Boyer, IR.Tools™, Owner

What makes this thermal shooting target so unique is its durability. Fort Bragg, NC, has been shooting at the same Fabroc™ targets for 9-years. IR.Tools aims to provide this stand-out IR target to the military, special forces, law enforcement, hunters, and recreational sportsmen.

“The unmatched number of shots it takes while maintaining a clear, realistic image to shoot is incredible.”​ — Range Manger, Fort Bragg

You can purchase the powered thermal​ ​shooting target for an MSRP of ​$60.00 - $90.00 ​at ​ ​INV Pro Tools​.

Protecting Those Who Protect Us​ is the IR.Tools mission. Their goal is to bring the men and women who risk their lives everyday home safe to their loved ones. In addition to advanced weapon training targets, IR.Tools proprietary IR patches and thermal markers provide excellent friend or foe protection. Tom Boyer’s vision and passion for innovation has resulted in 21 patents. For more information, visit ​http://www.IR.Tools

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