SAFESHOOT is a unique system that creates a safety network for hunters to increase situational awareness and assist in preventing friendly-fire incidents. By attaching a shooter device that fits most rifles, shooters will be automatically alerted when another SAFESHOOT device holder is downrange and in their line of fire. The system does not need line of sight because the SAFESHOOT advanced system uses radio frequency (RF) communication.

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Each member of a hunting party is equipped with a SAFESHOOT device (SHOOTER or NON-SHOOTER DEFENDER). When taking aim, SAFESHOOT alerts SHOOTERS immediately and automatically when there is another SAFESHOOT device downrange and in the line of fire. SAFESHOOT alerts SHOOTERS visually and audibly thus assisting in preventing a fatal outcome.


The Shooter device for armed party members easily attaches to most hunting firearms via a picatinny rail. SafeShoot works at a range of up to 1000 yards, day or night, in all weather, with no line of sight needed. Utilizing a combination of radio frequency, MEMS sensors, and GPS, SafeShoot devices in the area form a network to always alert you if someone with a device is unsafely down range, even if they are not in your hunting party.  SafeShoot provides an auditory and visual alarm to increase situational awareness without interfering with your weapon or firing system.


Hunting companions wear the Non-Shooter Defender device via a SafeShoot backpack or pouch. The system constantly broadcasts a signal to all Shooter devices in the area, alerting armed party members that friendlies are in the line of fire without disturbing the wearer. The SafeShoot Non-Shooter defender works as a part of the SafeShoot system in conjunction with Shooter devices that armed party members have attached to their weapons.



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