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IPSC Torso With 5" hole & 6" gong (included) mounted behind it
Easily tell when you hit the bullseye (sounds different)
Ships assembled ready to hang (no mounting kit needed)

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Weight: 29lbs
Size: 12"x24" (IPSC A-C Zones)
Material: AR500 Steel
Cut Method: Laser Cut Mitsubishi CNC (See it Cut Last Video In Playlist)

SKU: BETSO-IPSC-375

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$99 shipped is an awesome deal for this target.

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Where can I just get the outter gong.

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Well made target and fast ship with good customer service. These things look like they will take a beating. As good it better than other ar500 targets I have bought.

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This is a beast of a target and well made. It will take everything you throw at it. I Built a 4' high "A" frame swing set stand out of old trampoline galvanized poles and hung the target with wide nylon cargo straps. Ideal for long distance plinking.

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Great targets!! I made 2 purchases from Shooting Targets 7. I ended up with:
1x 10" AR500 BULLSEYE TARGET 3/8"
2x 8" AR500 GONG 1/4"
1x IPSC BULLSEYE TORSO 3/8"
3x MOUNTING KITS
1x CHAIN REPAIR LINKS
and a Free Bonus Target 4" AR500 GONG 3/8"

I have them setup on a couple of stands I made from 3/4" EMT from the Orange Big Box store and some AR500 target stand brackets I found online that use 2x4's. I connect the targets with heavy duty carabiners and eye hooks on the 2x4 for easy portability. I really like the bulls eye targets, they add another dimension to my range sessions. Just set up the stand - hang the targets - paint em and go to work!! The price is right and free shipping is offered at times.

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Just bought this exact target the other week and had out to the range. As with other targets from ST7 this one took all the abuse we could lay on it. I was very pleased with how well the chains on the 'flapper' plate held up to spall.

The little 'freebie' plate is always a nice bonus for pistol drills or longer-range rifle irons. Got a handful of those now and I'm always asked to bring 'some of the small ones' out for range days.

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