Robotic Weapon (SWAT BOT)

This is a Mil-Sim A5 PaintBall Gun Mounted to a fully Upgraded, Brushless, 4WD, RC Vehicle. This All-Aluminum, Lipo Powered Unmanned Ground Vehicle is Designed for Law Enforcement.

This “SWAT BOT” is designed to minimize the exposure of Law Enforcement Personnel to potentially lethal encounters by taking them out of the Line of Fire, and out of harm’s way. Equipped with a Wireless Barrel-Cam and Pepper Balls, it is a Non-Lethal, Wireless UGV for Riot Control, Hostage Scenarios or other Hostile Situations. Gun Control, including elevation and firing is placed in the hands of a trained officer. Capable of Speeds of 50 MPH, you don’t want to be on the wrong side of this capable little beast.

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This Reconfigurable Weapon System features an M16 Front Sight, ACOG Style Red/Green Dot Scope, Infra Red, Barrel Mounted Camera and a suppressor. Additional Cameras and Sensors can be added to increase Situational Awareness. By utilizing a Modular System a large number of Configurations are possible depending on the mission. For More information please email me or visit http://www.inspectorbots.com

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13 thoughts on “Robotic Weapon (SWAT BOT)

  1. Twilight – Thanks …
    Twilight – Thanks for sharing! This is something I had dreamed about for Law Enforcement and military to use for tactical procedures. Do you have a model that shoots out a net? I thought of that from the movie Small Soldiers.

  2. @twilightprod


    @twilightprod

    That’s the one are I can agree with. If it saves the life of a law enforcement personnel, then costs may not be an issue. Hard to put a cost cap on something that reduces fatalities.

  3. the savage is …
    the savage is seriously “tuff”
    I had a Maxx a few years ago, and broke every part on it, aluminum upgrades aren’t good!
    the bolts will snap because there is no give.
    the savage flux is next to bulletproof, with enough power to go 60mph, for $700 and its a tiny bit bigger than a maxx too

  4. @twilightprod

    I’m …
    @twilightprod

    I’m all for technology but maybe you can explain to me, is something like this really cost effective? I imagine this can get completely destroyed in a single mission, wouldn’t law enforcement personnel be less costly than a destructible machine? Then again I know some things aren’t about cost. Either way, very interesting video.

  5. Just under $10,000- …
    Just under $10,000- This is designed for Law Enforcement- Not Paintball enthusiasts. I do have another model which is Just under $1000- The paintball Gun UGV

  6. @lefripier

    I ended …
    @lefripier

    I ended up checking website, they’re between 4,000 – 10,000 depending on model. Doesn’t seem very cost effective.

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