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I know we all have been looking for good ways to train out guys on forcing doors. Anyone have any good ideas for a traing prop?

Thanks,

Josh

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we use a solid door frame made of steel mounted to a cement floor. the doors are quickly bolted on to the frame and we have moving locks which can be bolted in different place to mock different locking options we may run into. If you would like I can send you a photo of the prop, it might make more seance to see it rather than try to figure out what im trying to describe. Sorry its clear in my head but hard to describe the right way.
Shawn i would love a few pictures if you can get them. Thanks for the info

Josh

Shawn Tibbitts said:
we use a solid door frame made of steel mounted to a cement floor. the doors are quickly bolted on to the frame and we have moving locks which can be bolted in different place to mock different locking options we may run into. If you would like I can send you a photo of the prop, it might make more seance to see it rather than try to figure out what im trying to describe. Sorry its clear in my head but hard to describe the right way.
Try www.tes2training.com its a great site, check it out go to the section called handouts lots of props

Hope it helps

Mike
I have a good idea for a vent saw training prop email me and i will let you know

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