SHOOTING TARGETS REIMAGINED
Originally created as a fun plinking target for our own family outings, it didn’t take long before we knew the world would want to participate in this. This much fun HAD to be shared. So we spent the last 15 months in R&D perfecting the world’s first magnetic reset, as well as the world’s first shooter facing LEDs for a high information range system.
We didn’t want to just make expensive targets suited just for military contracts. We wanted to make a target platform affordable for the guys and girls just like us – the everyday sport shooting enthusiast.
MR-22 and MR-45 both come equipped with the following
- Our exclusive Magnetic Resetting technology
- Multi-color LED light pack with polycarbonate shield protection
- Wirelessly enabled
- Designed to mount vertically or horizontally to a 2×4 post
- Hardened AR500 deflector plate and target plate
TARGET STAND FEATURES
The ultimate in portability and flexible range design
- 2200 mAh lithium polymer battery which will last 5-6 hours on a full charge
- Mobile app will record your games
Check out 22plinkster’s experience on his range!
Mark Campbell – Co-Founder – Software Engineer
An avid FPS gamer as well as a sport shooting enthusiest, Mark developed the concept of magnetic resetting targets to bring a new technology to shooting targets. That path led the two brothers through a year of testing many dozen electromagnet designs as well as introducing custom sensors for millisecond hit detection. Mark holds a B.S. in Computer Science from California State University Northridge.
Michael Campbell – Co-Founder – Hardware Engineer
Also a long time shooter and video game enthusiast, Michael is passionate about integrating technology with life and has participated in several startups. In an effort to enhance Mark’s magnetic reset approach to smart targets and replicate the magic of video-game mechanics in the real world, Michael pushed shooter-facing lights through 6 months of grueling R&D to achieve optimum shielding with maximum LED light transmission. Michael holds a B.S. in Business from Pepperdine University.
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RISKS AND CHALLENGES
We have spent 12 months in R&D with 5 beta models produced. The first four models were mainly proofs of concept. We produced 20 targets on the fifth model. The last 3 months were spent on hardening, flushing out the software and demo-ing to private groups. We are now in the middle of creating our first pre-production run of 50 targets with several but minor changes from the fifth model. 10 of these targets will go to our local SWAT team’s shooting range for durability testing. We are expecting one more pre-production iteration to handle any final issues.