The Modular Small Arms Range (MSAR) is SRT/Laser Shot’s flagship small arms training device. Once assembled and anchored in place, it is a complete turnkey indoor small arms range supporting live-fire and simulated small arms training and qualification. It has true 360-degree positive ballistic containment (ZERO-SDZ) so it can be placed anywhere. It includes an integrated ventilation system, bullet trap, target system, shooting stalls, lighting, communications, security access system, control room with ballistic glass viewing window, range entry vestibule-sound/airlock, touch screen automation system, anti-ricochet treatment, and comprehensive acoustic treatment (exterior AND interior). Laser Shot’s optional full-width immersive video wall supports both simulated and live-fire training using projected targetry. The MSAR meets the strict requirements of UFC 4-179-02 (including USAF- and USN-specific requirements), NIOSH 76-130, and NEHC–TM6290.99-10 Rev.1.
Army Reserve's MSAR - American Samoa
Range Fly-Through Video
The MSAR is largely fabricated offsite using welded structural steel and AR500 steel plate for bullet containment and then shipped to you via standard trucking/steamship methods in sections or 'modules'. After the modules are assembled onsite and anchored in place, the MSAR is covered with a weatherproofing facade, including a roof with gutters and downspouts, and made to resemble a steel building. Multiple colors and even photorealistic ‘wrap’ options are available to allow the MSAR to blend in with surrounding architecture or to blend in with the landscape.
Sized to Meet Your Needs
The MSAR is available in standard widths of 16’, 24’, 32’, and 40’. Custom widths, two-bay solutions, and both fixed and tactical firing configurations are also available. Range lengths (target distances) of 10-100 yards/meters and longer are possible and are only limited by budget and available space.
True Innovation in Design
Where others take one-trip shipping containers from China, recondition and modify them, line them with armor, and then put them side by side, and end to end, and then call it a single range, we took a fresh approach. Instead of multiple two-lane ranges placed side by side with narrow, less-than-four-foot lane widths, we devised an ingenious way to build a fully-tactical modular-style range that is up to ten lanes wide (40') with an open floor plan and full-width (48"-60") lanes. SRT engineers designed our modules from the ground up with the intent of providing a completely open-plan, clear-span training area, without interior columns, supports or walls to support today's move-and-shoot style tactical training. SRT purpose-builds every module to exacting specifications, in specially-designed weld jigs. We even “engrave” the welding instructions by computer right on the materials using our water jet cutters to ensure nothing gets missed and that like modules are true duplicates. SRT’s Modular Small Arms Range is considered a training device and has the capability of being completely disassembled, moved and reassembled someplace else if necessary with minimal material loss/waste.