VirTra Awarded $5.96M Firearms Simulator Order

VirTra Systems

VirTra Systems, a provider of use of force training and shooting simulators to military, law enforcement agencies and other organizations, was recently awarded a contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security totaling $5.96 million.

The award contains multiple units of VirTra’s industry leading V-300 simulator system. The contract also includes the VirTra V-Author software package and other accessories. Multiple systems will be deployed within the Customs and Border Protection network of facilities for training of field agents and officers responsible for the protection of the nation’s borders.

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