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Shooting Range Simulator Ordered by U.S. Marine Corps


October 27, 2011 - Tempe, AZ

VirTra Systems (PINKSHEETS: VTSI), a leading provider of firearms training systems to Military and Law Enforcement agencies, today announced a contract award for two shooting range simulators from the United States Marine Corps.

"The VirTra Range is the most detailed simulation of an indoor or outdoor live fire shooting range on the market today, and at a fraction of the cost," says Bob Ferris, CEO, VirTra Systems. "We are honored that the Marine Corps is harnessing its potential for tactical training."

VirTra's patented Threat-Fire™ system, a clip-on device that delivers an electric impulse to simulate return fire, is also included in the purchase.

The VirTra Range includes a variety of military targets and allows an immediate shot-by-shot review of marksmanship accuracy. When paired with VirTra's line of powerful recoil kits, the VirTra Range permits firearms training regardless of weather conditions or time of day.

About VirTra Systems
VirTra Systems, Inc. is a global leading provider of the world's most realistic and effective small arms simulator training. VirTra is the higher standard in firearms training simulators, offering the only 300-degree simulator platform with the patented Threat-Fire™ hostile return fire system. At VirTra, we believe that personnel entrusted with lethal force and critical missions deserve the very best training available.

www.virtra.com

About Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center
The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) 29 Palms, home of the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command (MAGTFTC), conducts combined arms training, urban operations, and Joint/Coalition level integration training that promotes operational forces readiness. Marine Corps Community Services 29 Palms offers wellness and fitness training programs that heighten military readiness.

http://www.marines.mil/unit/29palms/

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VirTra and the VirTra logo are trademarks of VirTra Systems, Inc.

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