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Savage Range Systems Freestanding Bullet Trap

Company: Savage Range Systems, Inc.

August 01, 2005

The Check-It bullet trap is designed to ensure no live ammunition is present in a firearm before it’s stored or cleaned. It features a low-angle entrance ramp that deflects the bullet into a circular deceleration chamber. The system accommodates all calibers of handguns, shotguns, and rifles up to 3000 FPS at muzzle.

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