“…Without a doubt it is the best of the three I have ever shot and I know of one more, that again is far behind your system.”

“Mark Thurtell, Lyndhurst Rifle Club

HEX Systems is a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative electronic target solutions. We produce what is currently the most advanced electronic target system in the world. We are dedicated to the development of exciting new products with high accuracy and reliability that improve and promote shooting sport, help shooters maximise their potential and make their sport more enjoyable.

We are a proudly Australian company that sees a bright future for Australian technology. Our products are developed and manufactured in Australia to satisfy customers the world over.

We have a firm belief in the ability of twenty-first century technologies to deliver inspiring new products that can be enhanced with dazzling new features as they become available.

We reject the cynical business model of ‘designed obsolescence’ – where your purchase is quickly superseded – and instead design our products for upgradeability and compatibility, so that your system can get better and better with time without becoming obsolete.

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HEXTA debuts in North America

The first major match on HEXTA electronic targets in North America was held at Reade Range, Pennsylvania, on June 2-3. The 2017 Remington Open Long Range Regional Championships saw 75 competitors firing on 20 brand new HEXTA targets from 1000 yards.

Reade Range’s 10-target system was commissioned only a week earlier. Bridgeville Rifle & Pistol Club, Delaware, who also purchased 10 targets, loaned theirs to Reade Range for the event.

The prestigious event drew competitors from far afield. Ellis Berry, from North Carolina, who took out the silver in F-TR, was enthusiastic. “I’ve competed on electronic targets a few times now, and this is the first time I felt like I was’t competing against the targets!”

Golds were taken out by Nate Guernsey (Palma), Bill Gelet (Any Rifle), Becky Knickerbacker (F-TR) and Ken Livengood (F-Open), who shot a national record 200.17 (unofficial) in Match 1.

The next major event for the targets will be the 2017 Cabela’s Mid-Atlantic Long Range Regionals at Bridgeville Rifle & Pistol Club, Delaware, on June 24-25.

Photos: Jacob Friesen

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