Where Can I Get … Steel Targets

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posted on March 20, 2017
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Shooters love to ring steel at the range, but personal ownership of steel targets is suppressed somewhat by the fact that most metallic targets are heavy, cumbersome and expensive. MGM Targets has a remedy in the form of its two-target starter kit. Consisting of a 10" Steel Challenge Plate (metal base included) and a self-resetting 6" Autopopper—two of MGM’s most popular reactive targets for training and competition—the kit has a packaged weight of just 31 lbs. and is priced below $200, making it both portable and affordable. As an added incentive, MGM is offering free shipping with the starter kit—no small value. Though users must provide their own 2"x4" lumber and paint, the American-made AR500-steel targets are backed by MGM’s “No Bull” warranty against defects, and the plate itself is guaranteed when used with pistols only. Price: $190. Contact: Mike Gibson Mfg.; (888) 767-7371; mgmtargets.com.

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