VirTra Delivering Firearm Simulators to Marshals, Others

The systems include fully equipped firearms simulators, tetherless recoil kits and Threat-Fire safe shoot-back devices.
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Tempe, Ariz.-based virtual reality company VirTra Systems announced five orders for its firearm simulators, ranging from single-screen to multi-screen simulators.

The systems include fully equipped firearms simulators, tetherless recoil kits and patent-pending Threat-Fire safe shoot-back devices to better prepare for hostile return fire.

The sales destinations are

* U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force
* Holliston (Mass.) Police Department
* West Virginia State Police
* Gwinnett County (Ga.) Sherriff’s Department
* Department of Defense (undisclosed location)

Here’s a video with an official from the U.S. Marshals talking about the simulator from the company on its products:




The order from the US Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force is the second multi-screen simulator order from the agency.

“The combination of growing international sales along with growing U.S. sales is powerful news and indicative of overall company growth in spite of a weakened economy,” said Bob Ferris, VirTra CEO and president. “We look forward to a long relationship with each customer and are honored that the U.S. Marshals have selected VirTra for a second time.”

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