Cubic to Demo Firearms Training Systems at SHOT Show; Brooks Davis Comments

Cubic logoCubic Corp.’s global defense unit will join a National Shooting Sports Foundation-hosted trade show in Las Vegas to exhibit several firearms training platforms.

The company will demonstrate its PRISim Suite of firearms simulators, QuickRange pre-fabricated shooting range, Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System, Cubic NEK’s live training platforms and Live-Fire Range Design at next week’s SHOT Show, Cubic said Thursday.

Brooks Davis, business development manager at Cubic’s global defense unit, said the company works to provide firearms training platforms for security and law enforcement professionals.

Davis noted that the company currently conducts final tests on its new PRISim training platform, which works to help firearms users improve their judgement skills and marksmanship through the use of interactive video scenarios.

The SHOT Show runs from Jan. 19 to 22.

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