June 27, 2018
Similar to other businesses ATS Staff strive to achieve a particular Core Value which is “the relentless pursuit of excellence and professionalism”. In following this Core Value ATS Staff are continually assessing and searching for alternate product compositions and dimensions that are suitable for the end user’s needs. Product compositions vary from steel through to paper and provide the end user / firer / combatant with the necessary feedback and accuracy that will enable them
Accuracy and consistency are the hallmark of the modern marksman, and that is also true of the equipment used in training. ATS installs and maintains the most accurate range equipment in the world, and employs comprehensive preventative maintenance, and repair to component level, that ensures this accuracy can be consistently and reliably replicated, round after round. ATS maintains a data analysis centred approach for equipment upkeep, aiming to pre-empt possible issues to reduce the amount of down-time
June 18, 2018
Recently, ATS undertook and completed the upgrade of two Air to Ground Attack Ranges here on the east coast of Australia. The project involved the development of sophisticated software through the Advanced Range Operating System (AROS) and the further development / placement of hardware including Projectile Locating Systems. The successful completion of this project will allow Pilots to hone their gunnery skills through a reliable and accurate system.
May 28, 2018
Well done to the three ATS sponsored shooters for their tremendous results at the 40th Bianchi Cup held at the Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club in Hallsville, Missouri, USA during the period 23 to 25 May 2018. Mark Blake placed first international shooter and second overall with a perfect score of 1920-172X, just behind the overall winner, Adam Sokolowski of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit with a perfect score of 1920-176X. Cheri Blake placed second with a
The 11th NRA World Action Pistol Championship was conducted at the Green Valley Rifle & Pistol Club at Hallsville, Missouri, USA on 19-20 May 2018. The world cup attracted individual and team competitors from USA, Australia, NZ, Japan, Germany, Barbados and Switzerland. The ATS Team performed exceptionally well: Cherie – Female Champion and First Female Open Team Mark -Third Place Open Team Jackson – Third Place Junior The team now has two days of final