SOURCE: VirTra Systems

VirTra Systems

October 07, 2011 06:35 ET

Weapon Simulator Sold to Montana Air National Guard

TEMPE, AZ--(Marketwire - Oct 7, 2011) - VirTra Systems (PINKSHEETS: VTSI), a leading provider of firearms training systems to Military and Law Enforcement agencies, today announced a contract award for a 300 degree shooting simulator from the Montana Air National Guard.

"Montana's Air National Guard selected the VirTra 300 to replace an outdated firearms training system previously acquired from a competitor," says Bob Ferris, CEO, VirTra Systems. "Our simulators are the next generation in marksmanship and judgmental use of force simulation, helping forces like the Air National Guard to increase operational effectiveness through more challenging training."

The VirTra 300 is the most immersive judgmental use of force simulator available. Five screens provide 300 degrees of use of force scenario immersion. The system includes recoil kits that simulate the action of combat arms and optionally includes VirTra's patented Threat-Fire™ device, which further enhances training realism with an adjustable electrical shock that simulates return fire. The weapon simulator is reconfigurable to support up to 15 individual firing lanes, the VirTra 300 expertly trains collective and individual war fighter skills including Marksmanship, Close Quarters Combat (CQB), Urban Warfare (MOUT), Simulator-based Massive Shoot House, and more.

The Air National Guard, part of the National Guard, augments the United States Air Force and assists the federal government in defending the interests of the United States.

About VirTra Systems
VirTra Systems, Inc. is a global leading provider of the world's most realistic and effective firearms training simulators. VirTra is the higher standard in small arms simulator training, offering the only 300-degree simulator platform and the patented Threat-Fire™ hostile return fire system. At VirTra, we believe that personnel entrusted with lethal force and critical missions deserve the very best training available.

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