You engage a KYL target by starting with the largest target and shooting each subsequently smaller target gaining points for each target struck. You can stop at any target to keep the points you've earned. The catch is that if you miss, you lose all your points. To get as many points as possible you need to... wait for it... know your limits.
We have been looking at targets for years and even tried making our own. Ordered the AR500 system and were amazed by the quality for the price. Took them to the field and they performed better than anything we had used in the past. Wow!!!
This is the perfect target system for some PRS practice. It's very simple to setup and take down. Everything was shipped out very quickly and arrived at my door within a few days. I am planning to purchase more targets from Atlas in the future.
I had a blast setting up these gong targets and spending an entire afternoon plinking away. I had it set up 100 feet out, which made the 2" a fair challenge with iron sights on a 22lr. Easy to assemble, use, and disassemble. I recommend taking a 5/16" socket wrench with you for ease of assembly/disassembly.
This KYL target is a lot of fun and it's really practical. Just this afternoon we were out at our local range and it worked well for the 2nd time.
A lot more fun than paper targets. We were using a Glock 48- 9mm, a Ruger 10/22 and a Heritage Rough Rider 22LR. My son was hitting the 10" through 2"
targets fairly easily when set at about 10 to 12 yards.
Used this plate rack for first time today had allot of fun shot 300 round of pistol at it no damage performed as expected