Police & Law Enforcement, Military Arms
The Corner Shot® is a high-tech weapon system invented by Amos Golan, a former commander in the IDF who specializes in anti-terror and special operations.
The Corner Shot® enables military, law enforcement and security operators to effectively observe and accurately engage targets from « around the corner » or behind cover without exposing part of the operators’s body.
Introducing the Corner Shot® 40mm
The Corner Shot® system was designed and built around the standard rifle configuration to enable familiar operation with standard firearms handling and combat drills.
The Corner Shot® consists of a jointed two-part system:
The forward section housing the weapon, camera and other special features.
The frame, containing the operating controls and features.
Advantages and Combat Use
The Corner Shot® is the only system that allows 40mm door breaching munitions to be used with out being in the line of sight.
Keeps operators safe by allowing door breaching from behind cover with out the risk of drawing fire from the target, door blast secondary projectiles, ammo ricochet or other hazards while standing close to the opening.
Advantageous system used in urban warfare, CQB and other close encounter scenarios.
The CS40 can be used for anti-riot/less lethal deployment with tear-gas, foam/rubber/sponge grenades and other less-lethal ammunition.
Suitable for law enforcement and military use.
The Corner Shot® is the only weapon system capable of engaging targets accurately and effectively from behind cover – over obstacles, into enclosed spaces etc.
Live video can be transmitted to a backpack screen enabling other team members to share target information and to command & control.
When fitted with a launcher the CS40 becomes a weapon system. Accordingly, some of the technical data listed below reflect the specifications of the specific launcher being fitted.
|CS-40 (excluding launcher)
|M-203 Grenade launcher
|approx: 1.4 Kg
|CS-40 (including launcher) with stock extended
|Angle - either direction (right & left)
|relative to the weapon’s normal (forward) axis
|Optical System Power Source
|Standard lithium batteries
|Approx. 220 minutes
|Optional Rechargeable lithium batteries
|Lithium ion Cell X4
|Approx. 160 minutes