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Savage Range Systems Choice for Firearms Industry Testing

June 27, 2008  | 

Savage Range Systems, manufacturers of indoor and outdoor shooting ranges, bullet traps, steel targets and shoot houses, recently completed delivery of new bullet traps to firearms manufacturers worldwide.

Kimber Manufacturing, Olin Corporation, and Stoeger (Turkey) recently took delivery of Proof and Function Model PF13000 bullet traps. These traps are specially designed for testing and manufacturing requirements for powerful proof loads and high volume firing.

Remington Arms Company recently received a Custom Model R-24box trap intended for velocity, accuracy, and feed and function testing.

Kahr Arms ordered a Custom Model 810 box trap for testing the company's full product line at its manufacturing plant in Worcester, Mass.

Many major firearms manufacturers utilize Savage Range Systems traps in their testing facilities.

For more information visit www.SavageRangeSystems.com.

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