What About Our Targets is So Important?
The Life of a Typical Target
During target testing on our targets, a law enforcement agency fired over 12,000 rounds of 5.56 at a distance as close as 7 yards and over 3,000 rounds of 7.62 without failure on the same ½” AR target. We would like to remind you that cracking, breaking and deformation of the AR plate is normal over time. Factors depend on the type of ammunition, caliber and distance shot.
What calibers can I shoot?
We have tested most types of handguns, shotguns and rifles. Typical rifle calibers range from 5.56 through 7.62 NATO, .308, 300 Win Mag, 7mm, .338 Lapua, and .50 cal BMG. We would like to say the 50 cal. will reduce the service life of the target.
What type of steel is used on your targets?
Our targets are made from high quality AR plate steel. Our suppliers are required to certify mill test reports to ensure the material meets our Brinell hardness requirements.
In case you were wondering…
Take Aim Targets are proudly made in the USA. We support our 2nd Amendment rights and responsible shooting. We also support our men and women of our armed forces and pray for their safe return.