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Tethered weapon simulators

Tethered simulated weapons

tethered glock-19 weapon simulator Meggitt’s fire arm training systems' (FATS®) tethered weapon simulators are built with types of form, fit and function law enforcement training requires. The tolerances of our judgmental training systems are within 10% of live weapon weight and center of gravity. Tethered weapons provide the highest degree of weapon control and feedback. Features include butt pressure sensor, trigger squeeze sensor, cant sensor and muzzle trace, reinforcing the fundamentals of marksmanship training. Meggitt’s virtual training weapons can even be fitted with optics, maximizing training potential. Tethered weapons support real-time transmittal and display of weapon handling data to the instructor in the form of displayed weapon sensor data. The instructor can initiate weapon jams via instructor keystroke, designated elapsed scenario time, and/or designated number of shots fired.

Weapon simulator types

Meggitt Training Systems is unsurpassed in our firearms training library, supporting many weapon simulation systems from around the globe, including pistols, rifles, machine guns and shotguns. Some of the simulator training system weapons include the M&P 40, Beretta M9, Glock 17, M4 (AR15 type), Steyr AUG, Browning M2, Remington 870 and Accuracy International sniper rifles supporting through sight capabilities. Don't see a weapon you are looking for? We can convert any weapon type into a use of force simulator to meet your marksmanship training needs; contact us to learn more.

Less Lethal weapon simulators

Less lethal training is offered through X26 Taser® and chemical (OC) spray simulators. These additional police training accessories are supported with specialized courseware.

Recoil and refill

Weapon recoil is achieved with compressed air or CO2 gas, providing recoil sufficient to disturb the trainee sight picture, requiring the trainee to reacquire the target after each shot. Air is delivered through a tether connected to an air source (i.e. air tanks or compressor).