Kontek's Tactical Training Solutions

Oct 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Michael Witt

The best way to train for combat situations is to provide tactical training. In these situations, having modular shoot houses, breaching doors and training walls gives your training a more realistic feel to it. Kontek provides these tactical items to those who wish to provide real-life training, including the military and police academies. Wall and buildings may be equipped with any type of port, including our ball port, to give you more practice using them while out on the range.

Mobile Modular Shoot House

Training with live rounds is the best training you can get. A mobile modular shoot house from Kontek Industries allows you to have live fire training exercises while staying safe. Keep your employees safe while getting the best type of training: Live-fire training. The material we use absorbs ammunition hits and nearly eliminates splintering wood and ricochet. With live-fire training, you can more accurately create scenarios that police officers, military personnel, firefighters and other first responders may come across during their shifts.

While any agency that holds tactical shooting practice would find a mobile shoot house convenient, those who do their tactical training in different locations will find that Kontek’s shoot houses are easy to transport and easy to set up. Additionally, Kontek Industries’ mobile modular shoot houses require very little maintenance.

Modular Tactical Breaching Door

You could mount our modular tactical breaching door in a shoot house or you may leave it standing alone. No matter how you decide to set it up, it helps with increasing confidence in your people. Make the breach door as strong or as weak as you want. Add more rods made from different materials to increase the strength of the door. Remove them to create a door more like the interior door of a house.

Practice with explosives, guns and mechanical breaching with this door. Let us know if you need a door that will withstand shotguns and explosives. We will create a tactical breaching door that will hold up under these circumstances. Many agencies use the door in their training packages to ensure that the employees know what to do in the event that a door breach is particularly tough or you have an unknown situation behind the door.

Mobile Tactical Training Wall

Mobile tactical training walls are built form polymers to make them rigid. They are designed for safe gun range training as they help prevent ricochets. Add sliding ports, ball ports, hands-free ports, view ports and windows. Depending on what you are training for, you can easily switch out the accessories for the training walls.

Additionally, Kontek Industries’ tactical training walls can be fitted with lighting systems for night and low-light practice. The walls fold up for easy storage when you’re not using them. They’re quick to set up and don’t cost a ton of money, so they make excellent tactical training aids. Use them in tactical training houses as mobile walls so that you can change the configuration of the house to keep trainees on their feet.

Contact Kontek Industries

Contact Kontek Industries to learn more about our tactical training aids and how you can create your own training field.

Topics: Counter Terrorism, Custom Fabrication

Michael Witt

Published by Michael Witt

Michael Witt is the Director of Sales & Marketing at Kontek Industries. Michael is responsible for coordinating and executing sales strategies and marketing campaigns for the company. Prior to joining Kontek Industries, Michael was the Vice President of Sales of a U.S.-based physical security and surveillance company, where he managed a sales team supporting global security companies, the US Department of Defense, the US Department of Energy, law enforcement agencies, and various defense groups across the world. Michael Witt served in the United States Marine Corps from 2006 – 2010 and conducted combat operations in Afghanistan on multiple deployments. Michael has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Gardner Webb University.