The Industry Leader

In Firearms & Use Of Force Simulation Training

VirTra was founded in 1993 and was one of the first virtual reality-based companies in the world. The company’s primary focus was and continues to be developing and delivering the world’s finest firearms and use of force training simulation systems. As a society, we’ve come to understand just how dangerous our world can be. It is more important than ever before that our military and law enforcement officers are equipped to make the best decisions, with excellent marksmanship, in split-second life-and-death situations.

We are committed to providing better and more realistic training, so officers will succeed when lives are at stake. VirTra clients across the world rely on our training simulation systems to increase the chances of successful missions and surviving lethal encounters. VirTra provides its clients with realistic military firearms training and judgmental use of force training simulation systems. Along with best-in-class customer service and unparalleled technology, including the world’s first 300-degree small-arms simulator, patented tetherless recoil kits, and the safe, patented Threat-Fire® return fire device, it is no surprise that the finest military and law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and throughout the world have selected VirTra. VirTra common shares are traded on the Nasdaq Capital Market, under the ticker “VTSI”.

Did You Know

VirTra Has

  • 30%

    Customer Retention

  • 0

    Countries With Systems

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    Years Of Business

  • 199970

    Hours of Engineering

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