The virtual shooting simulator in our Virtual Range allows you to experience a variety of training applications without spending any money on ammunition.
For the new shooter who is apprehensive about going into the live range, the Virtual Range is a great place for them to start by practicing the basics of safety and marksmanship in a private environment.
Laser Shot is a global leader and has remained committed to developing the most realistic and practical firearms simulators, crew training simulators, and live fire facilities available to the government and public. Laser Shot offers progressive training solutions for all skill levels while focusing on the core principle of “train as you fight” and being adaptable to individual customer needs. Our training solutions augment existing programs with safe alternatives, technologically advanced simulations for immersive training, or cutting edge live-fire range facilities.
The different applications are categorized into four categories:
Arcade Games: Whether or not you wish to practice your skills by hunting squirrels, ducks, turkeys, deer, wild boars, bears or by clearing the high seas of salty ole pirates, we have plenty of fun applications to introduce the basics of shooting.
Skill Building Drills: For the more serious-minded shooter we have applications improve your accuracy and speed.
Championship Pistol Shooting: For the shooter who is considering joining our USPSA shooting league we have several applications that will put you right on a championship course. Use this to improve your skills or challenge a friend to see who is the “Top Shot”.
Judgmental Training Software™: This application puts you into realistic defensive scenarios where one of our expert instructors can lead you through a debriefing on your response as well as discuss possible option considerations.
Improve your effective judgmental training using high definition interactive simulation scenarios. These scenarios are created from anticipated threats or previous real-world situations that resulted in officer or soldier fatalities. Students can interact with threatening opponents on the screen in office environments to assess threats and react to active shooter situations. Leaders can evaluate student performance with comprehensive AAR features within JTS and coach based on current engagement policies.