In an active shooter situation, there are no second chances. And the Triumph Systems company knows that one of the biggest issues in active combat shooting is that the shooter isn’t trained to their full potential in stressful, high-adrenaline situations. That’s the reasoning behind the Triumph Systems Pivotal Trainer, a revolutionary target system designed to optimize the shooter’s performance.
The Triumph Systems Pivotal Trainer was developed step by step with a Navy Seal, and features a wireless device with different operating modes. The goal is to increase shooter stress in training simulation by providing time performance and “threat/no threat” cognitive decision making requirements. The Pivotal Trainer eliminates anticipation and forces the shooter to act on discretion before firing a weapon. A few pushes of the remote can set the target to random presentation intervals, or manual mode to use while training with another shooter. Both offer timed/auto-timed and holstered/unholstered options. The included mounting bracket on the Triumph Systems Pivotal Trainer gives you many options, including securing it to the traditional frame, positioning it in a doorway in a training building or even on existing range target runners. The remote has a distance of 25 yards and runs on 4 AA batteries with LED light indicators. It also comes with a convenient belt clip. The Triumph Systems Pivotal Trainer has a ballistic shield and mount, and a target arm that is easily removed and replaced in the field. It has a run time of 2 hours and 30 minutes in auto mode, and 1 hour in manual mode. There’s also an AC adapter for continuous power. And at only 13 pounds, it’s extremely portable.