Wilton, NY, November 13, 2014 – Tech Valley Technologies, Inc. (TVT), an innovative design and manufacturing WPE-certified EDWOSB, is excited to introduce its newest target product for training – the Tarbot.

Tarbot is an affordable, easy-to-use target system for adults and supervised Junior Shooters. Now, you can quickly and easily advance your paper targets from the safety and convenience of your shooting position. With the Tarbot, there is no need to go down range to change out your targets, allowing you to gain additional trigger time.

Every shooter has been through it, the dreaded wait until another shooter is done shooting before being able to go down range and change to a new target. Shooters are all different. Some want to change targets after a few shots, some will shoot 30 minutes or more before a change.

Tarbot benefits include the ability to advance targets on command, when YOU are ready. Shooters can engage the Tarbot from 200 to 1,000 yards, making it ideal for rifle and/or pistol target practice. Tarbot is safe for indoor and outdoor ranges, making it flexible and adaptable to a variety of range settings. Tarbor’s modular construction makes for easy repair and parts replacement.

Tarbot is fun to use, saves you time, and keeps you safer than using traditional static paper targets.

To learn more about TVT’s Tarbot, visit our website at


About Tech Valley Technologies, Inc.:

Since 2008, Tech Valley Technologies, Inc. (TVT) is an innovative designer and manufacturer of realistic Gradient Thermal and Hit Detection/Precision Scoring Targets for training the U.S. Military and Law Enforcement. Based out of Wilton, NY, the company provides Federal, State, and Local customers with real-world, Live Fire and Simunition targets for training at ranges across the United States and around the globe. While TVT continues our important work with the U.S. Government, the company is leveraging its vast knowledge and expanding its reach via our newest target products, for shooting qualification and/or recreational target practice.


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