Pete Caswell launches Caswell International in response to the lack of safety on firing ranges of the day.
Caswell's first product, the Caswell Hand Crank target system, is the world's first target system.
Caswell invents the world's first bullet trap.
As indoor ranges become more prevalent, Caswell leads the development of bullet traps, baffles, dividers and other target systems.
Caswell is sold and the company adds electronic equipment to improve range safety.
Caswell develops the world's first advanced training products, shoot/no shoot situational training and friend-or-foe range training.
Caswell leads the development of range ventilation systems to prevent air contamination caused by the lead in the bullets.
Caswell expands into both the U.S. and foreign military markets, providing equipment for indoor and outdoor shooting ranges.
Caswell introduces the world’s first mobile RoadRange™ and the world’s first indoor, climate-controlled gun range.
Caswell develops the GranTrap™, the world's first rubber bullet trap. It's patented GranTex™ material minimizes airborne dust and ricochets, and reduces noise levels.
Meggitt PLC acquires Caswell International.
Meggitt PLC acquires Firearms Training Systems (FATS®), Inc., and combines the FATS/Caswell brands to form Meggitt Training Systems.
Meggitt introduces the first Entry Control Point Moving Target, or ECPMT, providing realistic live fire training when a vehicle approaches a typical checkpoint.
Meggitt introduces the XWT, the world's first wireless, 360° turning target retrieval system.
Meggitt introduces the Next Generation Live Fire (NGLF) line of products, a technological progression of SIT, SAT, MIT and MAT military live fire range systems.
The RangeMaster™ Control System (RMCS) debuts as the industry's first wireless, full-range control system.
The fully interchangeable SafeZone™ shooting stall is unveiled.
The new Live Fire Screen allows users to shoot live weapons during a simulation scenario.
The XWT GEN4 wireless target carrier is unveiled. New lithium ion battery provides 50% increase in battery capacity and faster, more reliable charging.
XWT ProImage goes to market, projecting uploaded digital videos and images onto white paper or cardboard targets.