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  • Alpha07
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    Originally posted by Code Seven
    Look for a Force Options Simulator rather than FATS. FOS encompasses more than shoot/no-shoot.

    The FATS system that the RCMP uses here in Canada has other use-of-force options, such as a digital O/C canister that interacts with the system. There is also options for the baton as well as verbal intervention (where the operator can select that the user has drawn their baton, or used verbals, etc.)

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  • Alpha07
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    I used FATS when I was in training.... Loved it! (Secretly wish I had one in my living room! haha)

    The RCMP started using PRISM now, and I've it's alright, but nothing spectacular.

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  • Yankee_1
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    We use both simunitions and PRISM a video based shoot dont shoot and the operator can shhot you with a hard plastic ball. simunitions is the best way to go though.

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  • M-11
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    The money is better spent on Smunitions or TEMS marking rounds.

    Computers don't shoot back.

    M-11

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  • wirefire2
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    The Marines uses the F.A.T.S. system.

    We used it for shoot-or-don't shoot scenarios for MPs but lots LE agencies use it too.

    http://www.fatsinc.com/

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  • swatcop620
    started a topic looking for info on firearm simulators

    looking for info on firearm simulators

    I am talking to my Chief about firearms simulators, does anyone have any info on what to look for? Price is a factor, but so is quality. I need info before I go back to the Chief.

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