Want to add a new twist on target practice? The Swing Shot by Pro Motion Targets is for the new marksman or can challenge even the most experienced marksmen.
Designed to be used for airguns, archery, rifles, small caliber pistols or even children’s dart guns the swing shot can help teach young shooters how to track the target a moving target and help more experienced shooter challenge them self with a moving target.
The Swing Shot by Pro Motion Targets is an electromagnetic oscillating target system that provides hours of fun. Simply put 4 AAA batteries in the base unit and attach your target turn it on and let the shooting begin. Tick, tock, tick tock see if you can hit the swinging target!
When my nephew wanted to practice his target skills, we took the .22 rifle out and let him track the target. Within a few shots, not only did he get the important practice he needed but he also gained confidence in his shooting. Soon after the practice began everyone in the family wanted to get in on the fun! With my husband, sister, her husband, my niece and nephew a tournament began. We shot at the target for a couple of hours before it was time for dinner.
We also like to set the target up in the living room with my 5 year old in the winter so he can still practice his shot even in the cold snowy weather. He even uses his Nerf gun on the target, and we have gained many hours of fun, when being outside is not an option. Plus come next spring, his target shooting is going to be many months more advanced then if he
did not shoot for 6 months. This is so much better then a video game!
The next time you want to challenge your skills or have some fun look into the Swing Shot by Pro Motion Targets! Available to purchase at amazon.com The Moving Target system has an MSRP of $44.95 and the replacement targets have and MSRP of $6.50, order lots, you are going to have fun with this!
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