Product Preview: Accura Outdoors MPATS

posted on November 13, 2017

The Multi Purpose Adaptable Target System, MPATS, gives users a simple, yet reactive, target experience. Featuring a compact and folding target stand built of 3/16"-thick, AR400 steel, the MPATS is easy to assemble. Included is a “Mini-Man,” 3/8"-thick, AR500 steel target. Wood furring strips, 1"x2" (not included), are required for use. Combine the MPATS with the Accura Outdoors Super Simple Target ($17, 12 backers) and experience a one-size-fits-all, portable and easy-to-use target system. Price: $240. Contact: Accura Outdoors; (800) 376-4010;


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