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Laser Ammo USA Inc. Introduces Open Range Training Software Program

August 06, 2015  | 

Photo: Laser Ammo
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Laser Ammo USA Inc. has introduced the Open Range, a shooting range program that allows you to customize how and where you train. The Open Range is an add-on feature to Laser Ammo's popular Smokeless Range Judgmental Simulator.

The Open Range is customizable in many ways. Create the range you or your agency wants to train with. Customize different backgrounds, choose any number and any combination of targets, resize and place them wherever you desire and start training. Not only is it completely customizable, but conveniently portable. Take the Open Range from home to your agency and train whenever, wherever you desire. Build your own range at home for professional firearms and judgment training use or bring it into your department.

Use the Open Range with Laser Ammo lasers that fit into your own weapon, AirSoft weapon, or even a Bluegun training rifle. The Open Range is extremely versatile. Currently used by law enforcement seeking an inexpensive solution to firearms and judgment trainers, the Open Range is designed to be a powerful training program for serious shooters, NRA instructors, and law enforcement training, designed to offer you the ability to train the way you want without the prohibitive price.

With the included course editor, the Open Range allows you to create and design your own training courses the way you want them arranged by background setting, target type, and target placement. Place, move, and resize more than 20 pre-loaded targets so they are arranged to your training preference. Add various challenging motions such as pop-up or knock down as well as sounds like steel targets to help make the training all the more real. Shooters can create courses indoors or out, with metal or paper targets, and much more.

Once you are done training, the built-in After Action Review allows you to see your shot placement along with reaction and split times.

The Smokeless Range and Open Range program provide performance and portability for large or small spaces and can be used with a projector on a big screen or on your LCD TV or laptop.

The Open Range is priced at $250 and is an add-on to the Smokeless Range Simulator.

About Laser Ammo

Laser Ammo Ltd. develops and sells firearms training products for civilian, law enforcement, and military markets. Owned and operated by former Israeli and US military combat veterans, Laser Ammo is dedicated to providing serious training for serious professionals. The company's products, including the SureStrike dry fire training system, electronic targets, and more are used by the military, law enforcement agencies, NRA instructors, and firearm owners worldwide. The Laser Ammo family of products allows operators to utilize their specific weapons platform, including Air soft or recoil conversion systems, for dry fire training. From basic reactive target systems through high-end simulators, to fully customizable solutions for force-on-force (MILES) training, Laser Ammo is simply serious training for serious professionals.

For more information on Laser Ammo's the Open Range program or Smokeless Range, visit www.laser-ammo.com

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