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Published on Sep 30, 2013

A local recruiting outpost for the US Marines recently brought their newest recruits to iCOMBAT for a day of light team building and training. The commanding officers joined in for some fun and the recruits got a taste of what it takes to be successful in the Marine Corps.
Published on Sep 30, 2013

Several area police and law enforcement teams trained with iCOMBAT systems over a period of 2 weeks in an effort to prepare for active shooters in a variety of scenarios. The officers took advantage of an abandoned industrial office and the safe, effective iCOMBAT system for unmatched training and realism. 
Published on Sep 30, 2013

Several new licensed iCOMBAT fields have opened up, and you can find one near you on the field locator page. New iCOMBAT fields are opening up everywhere, so here is a sneak peak at the latest three. 
Published on Sep 09, 2013

Zombie themed events and games are the rage this season, and they have been gaining steam for some time. More and more iCOMBAT users have incorporated some type of zombie event into their offerings, particularly in September and October. This is a popular, money-making attraction due to the popularity of zombie video games, movies, and news stories.
Published on Sep 09, 2013

There are always questions about batteries and battery life with any electronic device, and iCOMBAT laser tag equipment is no different. For those of you who want to get the most out of your Barracuda and Eagle Eye units, read on to see our recommendations.
Published on Sep 09, 2013

Most operators know that in order to get the most out of your iCOMBAT laser tag games, the Command Center Module (CCM) is required. The CCM is a wireless control module that allows a single operator control all the laser tag games from a computer via the iCE software. Guns sync wirelessly and are then connected for all future games until shutdown. This wireless connection is done through the CCM's 2.4Ghz RF (radio frequency) chip. While fairly powerful and able to cover a very wide area, several factors come into play that might limit the signal. Dense foliage such as brush, thick grass, and heavy woods absorb RF easily. Metal walls, hills, and thick concrete structures also hamper RF. Most fields and businesses have a variety of playing areas and bunkers but will be just fine with the normal CCM. If you happen to have a very large area or want extra confidence in your CCM's wireless signal, read on to learn more.
Published on Sep 09, 2013

The popular irPistol and irM4, manufactured by iCOMBAT, has been given official status as a NON-FIREARM by the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF). This classification was granted in March 2013 by the ATF’s Firearms Technology Branch (FTB). They found that the ir weapons are not a firearm because they "are not constructed with a frame or receiver or a firearm, and are not readily convertible to fire.” Further examination determines that the ir weapons are a training aid that use CO2 to function and emit a harmless beam of infrared light to “simulate” the firing of a weapon.
Published on Sep 07, 2013

Elite Tactical Unit: SWAT of the Outdoor Channel just wrapped up with an intense finale and Tony Caspers being declared the winner. Throughout the show, iCOMBAT systems were used for each challenge due to their safety and realism. The officers competing all had a chance to use the gear in a variety of settings with great success.
Published on Sep 07, 2013

The complete line of tactical training equipment from iCOMBAT is now CE certified. CE certification, or European Conformity, is the European Union’s approval of consumer products. This is similar to the FCC in the United States. This certification allows all iCOMBAT systems to be more easily sold and used throughout Europe and other places in the world.
Published on Sep 07, 2013

The iCOMBAT line of products from Universal Electronics Inc has secured a full NON-ITAR classification from the federal government of the United States. ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulation) is the set of rules by which firearms, firearm parts, and other weapons or accessories can be exported and transported around the world. Goods falling under the ITARclassification have restrictions that make exporting them difficult if not impossible.
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