Corner Shot weapon attachment system


Corner Shot is a new weapon system designed for urban combat which enables the user to observe and engage a target from behind a corner without exposing any body parts.


The highly technological system was officially unveiled in late December 2003 in Israel and is already being used by some of the world’s elite Special Forces.


Corner Shot attaches to most handguns currently used by Special Forces, for example the GLOCK, SIG SAUER, CZ or BERETTA. It includes a small, high-resolution camera and monitor, which can observe and view a target from various vantage points.


The detachable video camera enables forces to scan an area prior to pinpointing a target and broadcast the footage directly, in real time, to the operating team behind, or to a monitor at Command Post in the rear.


The system was invented by Amos Golan, a former Israeli Anti-Terrorist Unit Commander, with a view to enabling security forces to completely protect themselves from the line of fire when engaging in close urban armed combat.


The Corner Shot weapon system can be extremely beneficial in the global war on terror. It protects soldiers’ lives and increases their chances of survival, while drastically improving their ability to gather information and transmit the combat scenario as well as pinpoint and engage targets out of their line of sight.


Corner Shot contains various accessories: a variety of detachable cameras (Zoom, Day-night, Thermal), Audio/Video transmission kit, Visible and IR lasers, Tactical flashlight and more. This gives security forces a complete and reliable weapon system that enables them to respond to various close-combat situations in urban warfare. In addition - the Corner Shot shooting range is effective and accurate to 100 meters in 9mm, 40” and 45”-caliber pistols. It is effective to 200 meters with a 5.7mm-caliber pistol.