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AR500 Buffalo target

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Drydock:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/183673165738?hash=item2ac3c617aa:g:U64AAOSw-NJcWwMn&amdata=enc%3AAQAHAAAAoNPTIp9KAfWWrWPnvcqBBF8MU78YMGgPKWyx3bboJdUxOIyDocs%2BssrvTIftPaYBI8405I6yP4Gep8HfUpKuy%2FkQY2mtDf24qPRLTu7mKZsCDyaifNnlU%2BSt4LGAfBS1WaWuTq0LJhtbw7nV%2BlPJeWskb%2BredPI%2BHU1OxMKdodSjSUvHRsShET%2BoVfILdm40CrW%2Bw0wrkru5iKwbsTA%2B5s8%3D%7Ctkp%3ABk9SR4LC_vWDYQ

Have 3 of these, no problems with my 50-70-630 rounds at 100 yards+.  Good targets at a good price, other sizes available, discount if ordering more than one, free shipping.

pony express:
No problems with the 1/4" warping/cupping? Most AR targets seem to be 1/2" thick, but maybe that would only be needed with full power, jacketed rounds, but not so much with big, relatively slow lead.

Drydock:
Nope, no warping, cupping or dimples.  Shot only with lead alloy at BP velocities.  He has 3/8 and 1/2 as well, price goes up with thickness.

Dave T:
Drydock,

I'm curious how you hang them.  I had a 10" X 3/8" AR500 gong that I hung from a custom welded frame meant to stand up to a tyro's wild shoot from my buffalo rifles (50 2-1/2" SS and 45-70 Gov).  The Big Fifty Sharps knocked that gong ass over teakettle at 100 yards. It landed two feet in front of the stand.  Re-hanging it for every shot was such a pain I gave up on the idea and am looking for a target my Sharps won't dismantle on impact.

Dave

Drydock:
I use this stand:  https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1023917733?pid=167338

I use carriage bolts to hold the target to the chains, as the 630 will knock it off the S hooks.

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