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Weapon simulators sold to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

5th May 2011 - 03:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Don Andrus, VirTra Systems' President and COO, today announced the sale of multiple weapon simulators to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The purchase includes borderless screens, elevated training platforms plus a full sound effects package for each simulator. Trainee Monitoring and Recording (TMaR) was also included in the purchase as well as 18 patent-pending Threat-fire return fire simulators to enhance stress and realism during training. Rifle and handgun recoil kits were also purchased for use with the simulator as well as VirTra's unique easy-to-use recoil kit refill station. The total value of the order is approximately $900,000.

This is the third sale of VirTra's virtual training simulators to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the systems will be installed as soon as possible in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

"We are proud to be selected for the third time to supply simulation training equipment to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," said Don Andrus, the President and COO of VirTra.

Source: VirTra Systems

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