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Laser Shot Livefire Simulation System

Company: Laser Shot

December 01, 2005

A new realistic training system from Laser Shot goes beyond normal simulators, allowing officers to draw actual guns and fire at a simulator screen. Laser Shot’s new Live-fire Simulation Trainer is a combination of hardware and software that allows the operator to project simulator scenarios onto a special rubber screen. The screen is self sealing and can absorb thousands of rounds of live fire. Special cameras detect the heat of bullets passing through the screen and determine if the shooter successfully neutralized the threat presented in the scenario. The Livefire Simulation Trainer can be used on any indoor range.

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