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steel (Reactive targets)

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by ShootALot523, Aug 17, 2010.

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  1. ShootALot523

    ShootALot523 Member

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    Looking to purchase a reasonably priced (up to $100) steel target. Something like you see in IDPA. Some people also call them reactive targets. Does anyone have one they reccomend or one you don't? Also are these targets safe for FMJ? I see FMJ shot in matches, but some of the sites that sell these targets say that they are for lead only. Any info would be great.
     
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    MGM Targets is the best out there.
     
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    Our club has received great service and products from MGM Targets.
     
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    Hear lots of good things about MGM. LV Steel Targets is another good one.

    I just bought a reactive rifle target from Salute Products. 2/3rd size IPSC target, 3/8" AR500 with spring reactive base, $280.
     
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    LE TARGETS is a great place to look.
     
  8. Justin

    Justin Moderator Emeritus

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    In your price range, you might look at buying an MGM Auto Popper of some sort.

    I've got one of the Colt Speed Poppers, and it's a great target for practice. Wish I had about three or four more.
     
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