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Wet Trap

March 31, 2014
The Savage Range Systems Wet Trap combines low angled ramps that direct bullets into a circular Deceleration Chamber, which slows bullets through a circular motion until they lose energy and drop into a collection container.

Fun Targets

October 8, 2013
Designed with either moving, rotating or alternating pop-up targets, Savage Range System's fun targets are built using 3/8-inch AR500 steel plate and can handle centerfire rifle rounds up to 3,000 fps. IACP Booth #3529

ATK Acquires Bushnell Group

September 5, 2013
ATK has acquired Bushnell Group Holdings, including Uncle Mike's holsters and Hoppe's weapon maintenance supplies, from a New York private equity firm for $985 million, the company announced Thursday.

Fun Targets

May 20, 2013
Savage Range Systems' series of fun targets include the Dueling Tree, Double Spinner, and Windmill.

Savage Range Introduces Fun Targets

February 27, 2013
The flopper targets, which are built using a 3/8-inch AR500 steel plate, pop up a second target when the first is hit. When you knock down the second target, the first pops up again.

KMA Target Retrieval System

January 8, 2013
The KMA is a plug-and-play modular system that's designed to provide the shooter with a controllable, smooth, and easy retrieval system. It's easy to install and maintain. SHOT Show Booth #10762

Firearm Paraphernalia

August 11, 2012

Guns and all of the gear and equipment associated with them keep you prepared for whatever may come your way. Here are 12 firearm paraphernalia products that caught our discerning eye.

Targets and Target Systems: 2012

May 18, 2012

Officers heading to the range to improve their firearm accuracy can choose more traditional steel or paper targets or more realistic, programmable options. View our slideslow of targest from 10 law enforcement vendors.

Targets and Target Systems

May 24, 2011

These 10 companies provide targets and targeting systems for law enforcement officers.

Ready, Aim, Fire

May 11, 2010

From portable standing targets to track-mounted systems, you can tailor your shooting practice to your needs and budget.

Savage Range Systems Dry Snail Bullet Trap

April 1, 2007
Savage Range Systems’ new Dry Snail Bullet Trap features the patent-pending Savage Air Barrier System (ABS). This “closed loop system” uses “positive pressure” at the throat of the trap to create an air barrier. The “air barrier” keeps spent lead particles inside the patented Deceleration Chamber.

Savage Range Systems Freestanding Bullet Trap

August 1, 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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