Shooting sports are among the oldest and most traditional sports in continental Europe, the United Kingdom and Scandinavia, and a popular recreational activity in the United States. Shooting sports are not about physical strength as in the majority of other sports. This is a mental exercise that requires a lot of concentration, practice, and hard work. INTARSO supports shooting sports by proving electronic scoring targets for various disciplines and types of firearms. We work with shooting clubs and gun ranges, as well as with individuals who want to improve their performance.
Hunting is undoubtedly one of the oldest and most traditional shooting disciplines. Nowadays, many hunters train on targets that are specially designed to improve shooting performance and precision. INTARSO manufactures moving, turning, and running targets that are designed for hunting. Running boar discipline is popular among hunters. The running boar target helps hunters practice throughout the year and better prepare for the hunting season.
Practical shooters require a safe and realistic training environment in order to be prepared for any, real-life situation. Practical firearms training requires secure and reliable firearms training equipment that is specially designed for practical shooters. INTARSO offers turning and moving targets and electronic scoring systems for various distances and gun types.
INTARSO manufactures and installs electronic targets for shooting clubs and ranges, and hunting targets like running boar, electronic turning and moving targets for hunters. We also offer training systems for practical shooting ranges.
November 19, 2021
We are glad to announce that we are one of the sponsors of the Airoshoot Superfinal in the Ivo Van Damme sports hall in Herent, Belgium from 19 – 21 November. Moreover, the competition will be held on our 10-meter electronic targets supplied and installed by our partner Reflex Shooting.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the event!
July 21, 2021
According to the ISSF rating, Agate ranks 9th in the Women’s Air Pistol discipline. Agate shoots 10-meter air pistol and 25-meter pistol. Trained by her coach, Vilnis Celmiņš, she is now on her way to Tokyo to represent Latvia at the 2021 Olympic Games.