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Reactive armour is a type of vehicle armour that reacts in some way to the impact of a weapon to reduce the damage done to the vehicle being protected. It is most effective in protecting against shaped charges and specially hardened kinetic energy penetrators. The most common type is explosive reactive armour (ERA), but variants include self-limiting explosive reactive armour (SLERA), non-energetic reactive armour (NERA), non-explosive reactive armour (NxRA), and electric reactive armour. NERA and NxRA modules can withstand multiple hits, unlike ERA and SLERA, but a second hit in exactly the same location will still penetrate any of those.
Essentially all anti-tank munitions work by piercing the armour and killing the crew inside, disabling vital mechanical systems, or both. Reactive armour can be defeated with multiple hits in the same place, as by tandem-charge weapons, which fire two or more shaped charges in rapid succession. Without tandem charges, hitting the same spot twice is much more difficult.
25 exploding targets for sale, in original plastic containers. Each one new, sealed, never opened. 20 Sure Shot 1/2 pound containers, 1 Sonic Boom 2 pound container, 4 Sonic Boom 1 pound containers. All for $100. I am in Tumwater, WA, near Olympia, exit 101 on I-5.
Im looking to buy one or a few steel targets. Seems like lots of places to buy online but I would prefer to buy local (King CO, WA) Ive seen some Steel targets at Rainier Arms and Pantel Tactical but they just seem a little pricey. I founds this ad on craigslist and curious if anyone has had any...
Mods - not sure if this is the best place for this, but I couldn't find a more applicable location, feel free to move it if necessary.
Okay, I'm always interested in finding interesting things to shoot at, not just with guns, but with slingshots, blowguns, etc. Everyone knows reactive targets...