Product overview

Training devices

In stressful encounters, sound decision making and the proper use of one’s service weapon can determine the outcome of a dangerous situation. Good preparation is important, for example with realistic practice using professional training guns with chalkballs, rubberballs and paintballs.

Training devices
Training devices
Training devices
Training devices
Training devices
Training devices
Training devices

Ammunition & Accessories

Our extensive range of accessories and ammunition opens the way to solutions that are perfectly tailored to the needs of law enforcement authorities. The many different types of ammunition can be used in a wide variety of training scenarios, from routine handling practice to highly demanding force-on-force training. We also have a selection of specialized tools, care products and service kits to ensure trouble-free training operations.

Markingballs

Chalk. Paint.
Paintballs and chalkballs mark direct hits by bursting when they hit a target. Users need to wear only light protective clothing, making this ammunition ideal for fast force-on-force training. When used in different colors they assist in friend-foe identification.

Chalkballs (CKB / Chalkballs) Chalkballs leave clear marks that can be easily and quickly brushed off between training cycles. Available with a white or blue filling.

Paintballs (MAB / Markingballs) Paintballs (familiar from the sport of this name) have a liquid filling that leaves highly visible marks. The nontoxic food coloring is perfectly harmless and comes off in the laundry. Available with a green or blue filling.

Solid balls

Rubber. Plastic. Tracer.
Solid balls, which do not leave colored marks, are a valuable aid in training. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as shooting practice and joint training scenarios.

Rubberballs (RUB)
Rubberballs have a noticeable impact and deliver feedback that helps to improve accuracy. This learning effect makes them valuable in training. Rubberballs can also be used for target practice.

Polyballs (PLB)
Polyballs, made of hard plastic, are ideal for low-cost shooting practice prior to training with paintballs or chalkballs. Thus they can help to improve accuracy before moving on to a serious training scenario.

Tracerballs (TRB)
Luminescent tracerballs (TRB) glow after brief exposure to daylight, artificial light or UV light, making it possible to monitor and correct their trajectories. In training this makes for a significant increase in efficiency. The fluorescent effect is especially noticeable in low ambient illumination.