12" Rimfire Sight In Target

Material
Hole Size
Mount
  • CNC Laser cut 1/4" AR500 steel for clean, precise cuts
    • 1/2" square mounting holes for 1/2" carriage bolts and Atlas Hook Mounts
    • Center slot fits our single hook rimfire stake base perfectly so the target can't wiggle while you're trying to shoot it
    • Available with .170" Holes (sized so .17 HMR can't go through) or .215" (sized so .22LR can't go through). Unless you shoot a lot of .17 HMR I'd suggest going with the larger holes. They are easier to see at distance.
    • Target does NOT come painted
    • Compatible mounts not shown above...

    Finally, you don't have to shoot paper targets to check your zero anymore!



    Customer Reviews

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    David
    RIP Paper

    This target makes sighting in very easy. Set it out at 50 yards and just stack Eley in around the hole with some going through. I bought the stand to go with it and at the end of my session I was using the 2 hanger holes to verify the zero was as good as I believed it to be. Only got 2 rounds to go "through" and the sounds is amazing.

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    Jay Hodgson
    Great for Airguns

    Purchased this target and a couple of swingers for my backyard range. I have been shooting the sighting target and enjoy both the visual and audible response. The target and stands are well manufactured. I would recommend them for air gunners as they provide a very positive stop and a little rubber matting placed behind it deadens the ringing.

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    Wayne

    Set it up as a sight in target for our local NRL22 match. It worked great.

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    Chris Baxter
    Best Zeroing Solution

    100% would buy again! Ordering was easy, I had the shipping notice almost immediately. Very happy with how the target arrived. Ships securely packaged and all the steel was deburred and in the raw as promised. I shot it a few times and took it to our local NRL22 match so that others could zero on it as well. I've had issues with paper targets and other zero boards falling in the wind. The quality and heft of it stayed perfectly even in the 20+ mph winds. Setting it up is quick and easy, I substituted the bolts for latch pins, for speedy setup at matches and laying flat for transport. After talking with those who used it, who's feedback was positive, we'll be investing in a few more of them as a club to allow members to zero on in the morning!

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    David Thompson
    Save a tree, shoot steel!

    Put the Rimfire Site in Target out for today's match and received positive reactions from participants. You can hear the difference of a hit on the hole and not. Pretty cool.

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