Do-All® Body Shot High Cal. Pop-up Target

Item # WX2-215764

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Do-All® Body Shot Pop-up Targets are a hoot to shoot!

Instead of popping the same old targets, take at look at these sturdy steel beauties that bounce back gallery-style after every hit. High Caliber model for everything from 9 mm to .30-06.

  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Large, stable target base with downward deflecting plate
  • Body-shaped high-visibility targets are reversible for longer life
  • Targets are easily removable for storage.
  • Use soft-nose lead bullet ammo only.
  • For 9 mm to .30-06. Minimum safe distance of 30 yds. (100 yds. with .270, .30-06, etc.; 200 yds. with .22-250, .223., etc.) 8 x 18"h., 9 1/2"w. base. 26 1/3 lbs.

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  1. 4 stars
    It appears to be a little smaller than expected but it should workout fine, will see soon
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