CLIMATE CONTROLLED FIRING RANGE
COMBATE ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION CASC is designing the first climate controlled firing range for training, testing weapons and bullets for the military, SWAT, law Enforcement . This amazing climate controlled firing rand will be an inside 300 yard range with fully adjustable temperature from -80 degree F to 150 Degree F. There will be six lane in the firing center of which two while be fully climate controlled.
CASC CCFR in Ayden, N.C. will be the location of the first CASC ( Combat Arms Systems Corporation) Climate Controlled Firing Range in the world. This is also the location of our Programmable Glass Bullet testing and loading and reloading facility CAK Gunsmith .
This is a major undertaking to develop these 900 feet, 6 lane CCFR. All technology partners have committed that their technology is capable of changing the temperature in the two lanes from room temperature to -50 F and +150 F with full control of temperature adjustment.
The CASC CLIMATE CONTROLLED FIRING RANGE is the result of years in concept design by Dennis M. Butts for use by Federal Agencies, SWAT Teams, Military, Special Operations Teams, and law enforcement training.
The CASC Climate Controlled Firing Range will also be heavily involved in the testing of the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET being developed by HVCC, Sandia National Labs and DoE.
The advanced technology required to develop the CAS Climate Controlled Firing Range (CCFR) is being by Three major companies.
Enforcement Officer is killed in the line of duty somewhere in the United States every 60 hours. While recent studies indicate that figure is below average, SRI would like to assist in making these figures even lower by offering our unique turn-key ReadyRange® live fire training system to you.
The monies lost due to wrongful shooting lawsuits brought against municipalities, cities, states, and agencies of all sizes exceeds tens of millions of dollars on an annual basis. The Chicago Sun Times reports that the city of Chicago has paid out nearly half a billion dollars in settlements over the past decade, spending $84.6 million in fees, settlements, and awards last year alone. The city of Philadelphia has paid $40 million to settle 584 lawsuits since January 2009. Last year, the city of Baltimore spent $5.7 million on settlements and awards, and another $5.8 million on legal fees.
These types of incidents and expenses could be reduced by implementing a highly interactive, real-life scenario based firearms live fire training regimen that augments your current firearms qualification and live fire training. The SRI ReadyRange® Law Enforcement live fire training system affords you the opportunity to execute such an intense live fire training regimen on a range of your own. Furthermore, the money saved by eliminating just a small percentage of these costly lawsuits would, in most cases, easily exceed the value of a fully operational ReadyRange®.
The History of InVeris Training Solutions: Preparing You for the Unexpected
InVeris Training Solutions provides live-fire and virtual firearms training systems to military and security forces, law enforcement agencies and commercial shooting range owners, as well as first responders and corrections units around the world. But did you know that InVeris Training Solutions – through its legacy brands FATS® and Caswell – has been a leading live-fire and virtual systems provider for more than 90 years?
The Caswell story: Pioneering safe and accurate live fire training. Founded in 1926, Caswell International provided high-quality live-fire range systems, serving the law enforcement community, commercial gun ranges and security forces. In 2003, the UK company Meggitt PLC acquired Caswell International. This acquisition was based on Caswell’s reputation as an innovator in the live-fire shooting industry.
Since 1926, Caswell provided shooting range innovations resulting in many successful product launches including: 1) the world’s first moving target system; 2) the industry’s first environmentally friendly bullet trap that reduces lead dust; 3) the industry’s first wireless range control device; and 4) the world’s first fully mobile shooting range.
The FATS story: Transforming training through simulation. Fast forward to 1984 and the emergence of Firearms Training Systems Inc. or FATS, an innovative computer-based simulation company that transformed the law enforcement and defense firearms simulation training markets. In 2006, Meggitt PLC acquired FATS. This acquisition was based on FATS’ reputation as the leader in the development, manufacturing and support of simulation small and combined arms training systems, indirect fire/forward air control and vehicle trainers.
The FATS military simulators are the system of record for the US Army, US Marines (USMC), United Kingdom Ministry of Defence (UK MOD), US National Guard, US Air Force (USAF), Canadian Army, Royal Canadian Navy, Royal Canadian Air Force, Australia Defense Forces (ADF), Singapore Army and Singapore Police Coast Guard. FATS invented BlueFire® wireless weapon simulators that replicate the form, fit and function of live weapons, and provide the same accurate, real-time training diagnostics as tethered weapon simulators.
The Story Continues: Merging virtual and live fire training. In 2008, Meggitt PLC merged Caswell and FATS to create Meggitt Training Systems. This merger sought to capitalize on synergies resulting from combining the operations of Caswell and FATS to provide both live fire and simulation training as an integrated product offering.
InVeris Training Solutions: The New Chapter. In 2020, Pine Island Capital Partners, a private equity firm headquartered in Washington, D.C., acquired Meggitt Training Systems. Pine Island Capital Partners offers a differentiated approach to private equity investing in the middle market through the composition and specialized knowledge of its team. The firm has combined an experienced investment team with a group of Washington-based partners that includes former prominent members of Congress, ambassadors, and military and defense leaders with significant private sector experience. The team and its partners were drawn to the acquisition because of the technological leadership and customer-centric commitment they saw in Meggitt Training Systems. They now see the opportunity to expand the new InVeris Training Solutions to meet the changing training needs of training for an ever-wider group of customers and stakeholders.
CAREYSCENTRAL www.careyscentral.com With over 25 years' experience in engineering and applications in hundreds of indoor firing ranges since 1995, we have coordinated with Environmental Engineers, Designers, and users to create ventilation and air filtration systems that are second to none. Carey's Range Ventilation design has been accepted as the standard for all Naval Indoor Firing Ranges. Our installation at the Great Lakes Recruit Training Center has become the model for all future Naval Range Ventilation systems.
Our systems have been installed in military, police, and civilian Firing Ranges across the United States, and have now expanded to sites in Europe and Asia. Our Ventilation Systems are designed to ensure proper airflow and air filtration in any indoor firing range. CASEYCENTRAL has verified that they can provide the required system to bring the temperature done in increment from 70 degrees to -80 degrees.
INSTANTON ENERGY www.instanton.energy In the face of blackouts, fires, and other natural disasters, customers experience first-hand the need to decouple their reliance on the utility companies, to protect against outages, and to ensure resiliency for homes and businesses. Traditional backup generators have been described as a dirtier, less safe, and expensive solution. Solar, even if paired with batteries, do not guarantee protection. Microgrid energy systems which utilize Fuel Cells provide reliable resiliency. Instanton Energy Fuel Cell provides the heat for the high temperatures required to have 160F plus down range.
Space allocation for IN-DOOR FIRING TEST RANGE CAS Climate Controlled Firing Range with -50 F to 140 F in five minutes by lane, Combat Reaction Center Fire no Fire Range, testing on programmable bullet program.
50,000 Sq. Ft.
Lobby 1000 sq. ft., Firing Range Director Office 500 sq/ ft., Administration and scheduling 1000, sq. ft., 6 lanes @ 6 ft wide x 300 yards = 32,400 sq. ft. down range, two bathrooms at 600 sq. ft each 1200 sq. ft., combat city fire-no fire range.
There will also be a mobile unit developed which can be transported to bases of other firing ranges in the United States.