Nick, Dan, and I may have to put some money on a competition stage, but so far I’ve only watched the MILO Range in action. They make a range of shooting scenario simulators, from the single-screen setup seen here to a more immersive, wrap-around “Theater” version. A software program can serve up dozens of scenarios from fun shooting galleries to hostile threats. It works with basically any laser trainer, including those that use a CO2 cartridge to cycle a real firearm (e.g. Dvorak) . . .