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Shoot Fast Or Die! Mobile Training Simulator Open To Public

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WINTON, Calif. (KMPH) -

If you found an armed thief in your home, would you know what to do?

With more and more people getting concealed handgun permits, if you have a gun, would you know how to use it?

A high tech training simulator in the town of Winton will put you to the test.

Hammer Stryke President, Dave Givens says, "It can be a store robbery, it can be a home invasion, it can be just a robbery at ATM machine. I put you in that scenario with 200 watt speakers above your head as well as the full attention of that screen and you feel like you're in that scenario."

It's called the 'Force Option Training Simulator', and Hammer Stryke President Dave Givens owns it.

It's the only one west of the Mississippi, that's mobile and open to the public.

Dave Givens says, "The idea behind this whole offering to the public is we don't have those opportunities. Law enforcement goes through this every couple of years, military goes through this routinely, this is your opportunity."

The simulator can put you through some 12-hundred real life scenarios and put you right in the middle of a crime-in-progress...face to face with the bad guys.

Its computer records whether you hit or missed the armed intruder, better preparing you for situations that unfortunately are now part of real life.

So how much does it cost?

Pricing starts at $20 for an introductory experience.

30 min sessions are $50

1-hour sessions are $100

For more information check out Hammer Stryke's website at www.hammerstryke.com

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