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Digital Claymore for Tactical Gameplay

Digital Claymore for Tactical Gameplay - Launching the Mark II Claymore

Add a blast to your live gaming with a Digital Claymore from Battlefield Sports.

digital claymore Introducing the Mark II Digital Claymore this battlefield prop is available in the default color of Olive Drab.

This new battlefield prop adds new tactical gameplay to Battlefield LIVE scenarios.

Now with the addition of the claymore battlefield prop, a new element of FPS gameplay is added.

The claymore mine simulator works with infrared and digital radio to simulate a claymore mine's blast effect.

In the standard peer-to-peer game - the gaming guns work with an infrared emitter and the Optik sensors which are specialists infrared receivers within the patented system SATR. (SATR stands from Small Arms Transmitter Receivers.) Importantly the emitters and receivers are integrated so say a gamer starts with 3 hit points when they've been shot 3 times the gaming gun automatically de-activates.

Now with the new digital claymore, there is another layer of interactive gameplay.

3 Ways to Play with the Digital Claymore

The SATR system offers gamers three modes of gameplay.

  • Claymore mine
  • Normal mine
  • Dirty mine.


When emulating a claymore mine unit is configured in “kill” mode. digital claymore from the back This means that if a gamer is in range, they will automatically be reduced to zero hit points, no matter what level of hit points they were on.


A hit from this unit, when configured as a normal mine, will cause 1 hit point loss per explosion. This mine can be set to either TEAM A or TEAM B if friendly-fire is off or will hit both if friendly-fire is on.


This configuration actually shoots continuously for 22 seconds. It has a cool “Geiger-counter” sound effect. The claymore comes with a bank of infrared emitters so it has a board area, but short-range, effect.