TEMPE, AZ – November 16, 2009 – VirTra Systems, Inc. Bob Ferris, VirTra Systems’ CEO and president (OTC:VTSI.PK), today announced that VirTra has received purchase orders from top police departments in both Georgia and Tennessee for VirTra’s compact and affordable IVR-180™ HD firearms training simulator.
The order from Georgia comes from the Henry County Police Department. Their custom firearm training system will be an IVR-180™ HD firearm-training simulator, which includes recoil kits for a Glock 22, tetherless recoil kits, Threat-Fire II™ belts, and marksmanship and decision making training scenarios. This is will be the fifth VirTra simulator sold into the state of Georgia.
The Tennessee order comes from the Metro Nashville Police Training Academy (MNPD) in Nashville. Their custom firearm training system is also an IVR-180™ HD firearm-training simulator, which includes recoil kits for a Glock 22, a shotgun insert, and marksmanship and decision making training scenarios. This is the first realistic firearm and decision making simulator of its kind in the state of Tennessee.
“While it is rewarding to see our technology becoming the industry standard in firearms training simulation overseas, it is very satisfying to know that our products will help save lives in the United States as well,” said Bob Ferris, CEO of VirTra.