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Moving and don't want to lug them around. Bought last year and only shot a bit with pistol. They are like new minus the lead smears.
I have 3 of the Hang Fast AR500 3/8" 66% IPSC targets with bracket. These are chain hangers. This is an awesome target system that hangs on T posts. You can check...
I have a new “AR-500”( mine is hardox but it’s just a brand name) silhouette full IPSC target. It’s 1/2” thick and can take a .338 lapua and 300 win mag now problem. It has two half inch carriage bolt holes for hanging or mounting.
I can make most any shape and size target if your interested in...
Sale Pending to DLUX503
For sell - I have two one complete AR500 steel targets / gongs.
The first is a NEW/UNUSED portable stand with a 8" round 3/8" thick AR500 gong target and will stand up to all common hunting calibers at 100yds. No welds!! All components are machined from solid steel for...
I’ve been building steel target stands with what I can come across, and I tend to find some pretty cool stuff to weld together and blast away at.
I would like to find a local supplier for the raw AR500 steel that seems to be the best for high velocity rounds. I have tried Metal Supermarkets, and...
Looking for guidance of the safety minded.
My AR500 targets are here and ready.
My plan is to hang the targets angled. Slightly angled on chains or straps, top-forward, bottom back,
The targets will never be moved, as they are on my property.
The targets will be for handgun only, at a distance...