April 23, 2013
PTS debuts an Airsoft Target Shooting Match
In order to improve public awareness regarding airsoft safety and shooting etiquette, PTS has recently launched an educational training program- Airsoft Target Shooting Training (A.T.S.T. )- at schools. The goal of this program is to explain the importance of airsoft safety, and to promote the ideology of marksmanship and shooting as a professional sport....
March 11, 2013
PTS Debuts Instructional Airsoft Videos
Industrial-leading airsoft manufacturer develops instructional video series are now launched on new YouTube channel, check this out!...
Training Tip #1
Airsoft was born in Japan during the late 1970s as a hobbyist's solution to the Japanese nationwide civilian firearms ban. Aesthetically designed to emulate real guns, these replicas shoot a plastic 6mm pellet propelled by gas or compressed air. Airsoft today is now used not only for the recreational market of hobbyists, sporting events, and in military simulation...
Training Tip #2
While the guns used in airsoft are not real firearms, the four basic firearms rules must still apply. Airsoft guns are fully capable of causing real physical injury if these basic rules are violated...
Training Tip #3
Force On Force training is an effective tool in preparing law enforcement and military personnel for armed confrontations. Force On Force training helps “bridge the gap” between marksmanship and weapons handling skills learned on the range and the application of those skills in a dynamic, life and death use of force situation...
Designed to fill the unique role between pistol and rifle by combining the capabilities of the latest generation of PDW systems while greatly reducing any logistical burden. For logistics reasons it was decided that the PDR™ would use PTS AEG PMAGs and AEG NATO standard USGI-style magazines.
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The PTS PDR™ offers compact form-factor and unique capabilities for individuals with need for such a low profile design. It is small and thin enough to be carried close to the body via a shoulder holster but is single handedly deployable even from a seated position making it ideal for use in vehicle cabs and tight spaces.
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