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    I've been really curious about this system... Might have to modify my garage to build it in there...

    https://www.pointblanksimulator.com/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Pepperoni View Post
    I've been really curious about this system... Might have to modify my garage to build it in there...

    https://www.pointblanksimulator.com/

    Now *this* could be one of the first dry fire systems that is truly worthwhile IMO. At least, it has the potential to keep dry fire interesting and realistic for USPSA. I'm really tempted to give one of these a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk View Post
    Now *this* could be one of the first dry fire systems that is truly worthwhile IMO. At least, it has the potential to keep dry fire interesting and realistic for USPSA. I'm really tempted to give one of these a try.
    I logged a lot of time with the Virtra system years ago and liked it - most of that was scenario-based LE-context training.

    I'll bet things have really progressed in the past few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Les Pepperoni View Post
    I logged a lot of time with the Virtra system years ago and liked it - most of that was scenario-based LE-context training.

    I'll bet things have really progressed in the past few years.
    I used one recently thatís set up at a LGS and it was fun.

    I have to see about maybe setting up one of my own firearms with a dot to use. The room is kind of low light and irons are hard to see.
    Pointing at cardboard things.... CO GM, working on PCC and Open

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