Simunition: Non-Lethal Training Ammo

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posted on May 3, 2013
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We're currently living in a world where live ammunition can be hard to come by... which can be especially frustrating when you're trying to train. Every round sent down range reduces a supply that may not see reinforcements for awhile. One potential solution, at least for the Military and Law Enforcement community, could be found on the floor of the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits: Simunition.

Simunition is an industry pioneer when it comes to providing realistic and safe force-on-force short range training solution. The system is comprised of the FX marking munitions, weapon conversion kits and personal protective equipment. All three components are supported by a comprehensive Simunition Scenario and Safety Certification Training Course.

 

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