In most police training scenarios, dye-filled simunition (simulated ammunition) filled with paint is used. This insures that “shot” officers feel a painful sting without getting killed. Some training, though, requires the use of live fire weapons. The live shoot house, or kill house as its sometimes referred to, is open-air and gives officers the tools they need to construct several complex shooter scenarios, including a catwalk and a large multitude of structural props. Inside the shoot house, uncanny furniture built specifically for this type of training is made of solid foam, is ricochet and fragmentation proof, mold resistant, and built specifically to withstand deadly live ammunition.