Well looks like the days of the killing house SAS style and blowing doors of hinges are over... the 22 reg style "killing house" just became digitized...

Certainly looks good system, modular and can be changed and is being continually improved, substitute for the real thing? Of course not, but value for money?

Shame no flash bangs being throw about :boogie:

Billed at roughly half a million from a USA based company

 
Well looks like the days of the killing house SAS style and blowing doors of hinges are over... the 22 reg style "killing house" just became digitized...

Certainly looks good system, modular and can be changed and is being continually improved, substitute for the real thing? Of course not, but value for money?

Shame no flash bangs being throw about :boogie:

Billed at roughly half a million from a USA based company

A long way from the indoor “training theatre” with .22 sub-cal on the SLR!
 
Looks good.
Half a million seems good value given that it is a commercial product, albeit quite low-tech.
 

itchy300

Old-Salt
They're being built all over, if the CoC gets behind it and with the right instructors these could be a major improvement to training and hopefully another part of dragging the army into the 21st century
 
They're being built all over, if the CoC gets behind it and with the right instructors these could be a major improvement to training and hopefully another part of dragging the army into the 21st century

So its never going to happen then?
 
Looks like a great way of teaching FISH and CHIPS
 

Big Jim

On ROPS
On ROPs
Well looks like the days of the killing house SAS style and blowing doors of hinges are over... the 22 reg style "killing house" just became digitized...

Certainly looks good system, modular and can be changed and is being continually improved, substitute for the real thing? Of course not, but value for money?

Shame no flash bangs being throw about :boogie:

Billed at roughly half a million from a USA based company

Too High Tech for paras.
 

itchy300

Old-Salt
So its never going to happen then?

Obviously not :D, we can't get people to commit to sleeves up/down so convincing seniors (of both persuasions) that fighting the enemy no longer involves sitting in a trench with your entire flick in your webbing seems somewhat unlikely
 
Funny because it's true!! Carrying wash shaving kit and a boot kit in your webbing because if we're going to get rolled by a BMP we'll look smart doing it!
My first exercise after getting to battalion was a defence exercise in STANTA. We were only allowed to take a 44 pattern small pack and our 58 webbing. Cramming everything in was in progress when our section commander came in and said we had to take our army pumps with us. Of course we all started moaning and one guy asked why we had to take them when room was so tight. After a pause the corporal came out with “Well if your trench gets flooded you can pump the f*cker out”
 

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