Re­coil sim­u­la­tion weapons from Scheubeck

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SST Scheubeck from Ger­many has in­tro­duced SST – re­coil sim­u­la­tion weapons on a Rauser model. The features in­clude re­coil with­out tube, CO² or air car­tridges; no seal­ing prob­lems; main­te­nance free; sim­ple reload; man­u­fac­tured for con­tinu- ous use; real­is­tic trig­ger func­tion and elec­tro me­chan­i­cal charg­ing sta­tion.

It has real­is­tic re­coil sim­u­la­tion; real­is­tic weapons move­ment and real­is­tic weapons be­hav­iour.

In 1990, with the sale of PC hard and soft­ware as well as au­dio and video tech­nol­ogy, Harry Scheubeck laid the foun­da­tions for what is now SST Scheubeck GmbH. The idea of de­vel­op­ing and pro­duc­ing train­ing sim­u­la­tors arose in 1992 af­ter a visit to an in­door shoot­ing range for po­lice train­ing. Since then, SST Scheubeck has devel­oped ac­cu­rate and mod­ern in­ter­ac­tive video com­bat sys­tems for train­ing the po­lice, mil­i­tary and spe­cial forces. In ad­di­tion to real con­di­tions in shoot­ing train­ing, Scheubeck also fa­cil­i­tates com­pre­hen­sive record­ing and eval­u­a­tion of ev­ery sin­gle shooter.

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