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Firearm Simulation Training Systems Sold to Mexican Police

Virtra Systems : 21 January, 2010  (Application Story)
Police in Mexico are responding to increased threat levels of violent crime with the order of state of the art firearm simulators to train the police
Bob Ferris, VirTra Systems' CEO and president has announced that law enforcement agencies in Mexico, facing increasingly violent threats, have ordered three of VirTra's advanced, next-generation firearm training simulators for immediate delivery. These simulators help law enforcement professionals make the correct decision during split-second encounters, where fractions of a second can mean life or death.

One firearm training system sold to Mexico is an IVR-300, which is the world's most popular fully immersive, multi-screen law enforcement training environment, with over 50 linear feet of screen - covering 300-degrees of view.

The second firearm training system sold to Mexico is an IVR-180 HD simulator. Also, Mexico has ordered an IVR-100 HD simulator.

The simulators also include recoil kits, Threat-Fire safe return fire devices, and a full scope of marksmanship and decision making training scenarios crafted for the latest law enforcement challenges.

"Our product sales continue to advance as VirTra is becoming the industry standard in firearms training simulation here in the United States, as well as abroad. It is rewarding to know that our products and technology will help save lives worldwide. We are pleased that our Mexico distributor, Lonexi, continues to be highly successful," said Bob Ferris, CEO of VirTra.
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