Phoenix RBT Solutions Announces New Non-Lethal Training Ammuntion Helmet and Portable TG FACILITY

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posted on July 6, 2011
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Phoenix RBT Solutions announced the availability of several new products (all made in the US) including a non-lethal training ammunition (NLTA) helmet and portable training facility.

The NLTA helmet ($129.95) offers total protection during non-lethal training scenarios and is lightweight, adjustable and easily cleaned. The anti-fog visor lens offers complete 180-degree visibility. Flexible visors lift up for debrief communications while maintaining head protection in active training environments.

"We are proud to offer this new helmet as part of our turnkey training kit," said Steve Didier, co-CEO of Phoenix RBT Solutions. "We worked to correct the inherent problems with helmets, including difficulty breathing, fogging, and communication clarity. All of our NLTA protective gear is designed to offer the latest in personal protection for force-on-force training."

The new portable training facility ensures a versatile training environment that offers layouts appropriate for cover courses, tactics, firearms or scenario-based training. Standard components of the portable facility include six flexible target holders, six ceiling panels, eight solid wall panels, six door/window wall panels, four hinged doors, frame materials and hardware, and five large duffel bags for storage and transport. Prices vary depending on the configuration. Retail prices for standard packages are available on Phoenix's website.

"Our one-of-a-kind portable training facility solves the 'where to train' dilemma," said Tony Lambraia, co-CEO of Phoenix RBT Solutions. "The products are ideal for those that travel or don't have access to adequate training facilities."

Durable and safe NLTA props by Phoenix help aid effective, realistic reality-based training and can be used in a variety of training drills including edged weapons and judgment shooting. Available props include a baton, o.c. spray canister, ticket book, clipboard, belt carrier, mobile radio, and flashlight. Prices for the props range from $3.50 to $39.50.

In addition to the NLTA helmet, Phoenix offers a range of personal protective equipment (PPE), including chest, detachable sleeves, groin, and pants protection, as well as gloves. Prices for PPE range from $24 to $110.

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