The Firearms Training System (FATS®) line of virtual products support multiple, simultaneous training modes for up to 5 participants at a time. Our simulator is available for individuals, groups, corporate events, and private parties. This training system delivers an immersive, 3D, 300° 5-screen experience that provides realistic, engaging training for marksmanship, judgmental and collective instruction. The 3D targets include Qualification, Competition, Commercial and steel reactive targets, with the ability to turn, pop-up and move around. As the scenario eye point moves, all screens reflect the motion which provides an immersive experience competition courses with timers and scoring.
Choose from a huge library of high definition scenarios such as active shooters, impaired people, mental illness, traffic stops, domestic or work place disputes, burglary, suicide bomber, and hostage situations.
A seven stage, twenty-five round, state qualification pistol course – this is a great exercise for developing marksmanship skills and muscle memory. Regular use of this course will keep your students proficient with their service weapon. A great training exercise for upcoming pistol qualifications.
You are home alone and awakened by sounds coming from your kitchen. After arming yourself, you investigate and find a man unknown to you rummaging through your medicine cabinet
You respond to a call where shots have been fired at a local high school. An officer is already in the building. The number of shooters is unknown. This scenario demanda assertiveness and communication skills and is based on an actual event in 2006.
Your young neighbor has run over to your home to get help for her mother. Once you arrive on scene, you find an unknown man leaning over her. This scenario ranges from innocent to deadly and demands you to be alert and ready to make split second decision making.
As you enter the school, gunshots and screams are heard. With little time to assess the situation, you have to make split second decisions to neutralize the situation. This fast moving, dynamic scenario will test your ability to react to instantaneous, life threatening encounters.
You are asked to assist a human resources manager escort a dismissed employee off the premises and only minutes later are thrust into a dangerous situation. With multiple wounded and an employee at gunpoint, you must act quickly to control the situation and prevent a third casualty.
Arriving at a library on a suspicious person call, you and your partner find you are in a very dangerous and dynamic situation which could easily escalate and result in casualties. In this scenario you must try to de-escalate a volatile situation and save a hostage.
You are home alone late at night when you hear voices coming from your garage. After arming yourself, you investigate. Once the door to the garage opens, you experience multiple situations that require you to determine if lethal force is applicable or not.
Residents of a community report that a man is pointing a rifle at people and walking around their neighborhood brandishing a firearm. This scenario has many twists and turns and is based on an actual situation that occurred in 2014.