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MT2 Firing Range Services Now Approved for GSA Advantage

MT2 Firing Range Services has announced final approval of status to do business on the General Services Administration, GSA Advantage. Now, the company says, federal, state, and local governments can get the lead out of their ranges more efficiently.

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Shooting Range Equipment

These tools will help improve your experience on the shooting range and in training. 

Shooting Range Noise Reduction

Are you upgrading or building a new shooting range and concerned about noise?

Firearms Training Equipment 2018

When you're looking to improve your shooting practice, look to these tools.

IACP 2017: Best of Show

Here's a look at the products that caught our eye at this year's International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) show held at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Center Mass AR500 Steel Targets

Nothing beats the instant feedback and satisfying ‘PING!’ when a well-aimed shot hits a steel target. The new Champion Center Mass AR500 Steel Targets are designed for years of fun at the range.

Range Training Equipment

Use these tools to enhance your shooting practice.

MT2 Announces Firing Range Safeguard and Security Protocols to Avoid Scams, Liability

MT2 is offering a free download on how to pre-qualify a range contractor upfront to avoid these issues and protect their firing range from liability or being scammed.


Meggitt Training Systems' new SafeZone fully interchangeable shooting stalls offer customization to create clear stalls, solid stalls, or a mixture of both.

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Troy Acoustics Expert to Present Range Noise Reduction Session at SHOT Show 2017

Troy Acoustics will sponsor a program Wednesday Jan. 18 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show that will teach law enforcement officers and other SHOT attendees how their agencies and companies can reduce range noise. Discussed will be OSHA and NIOSH regulations, noise solutions for ranges, and the effects of too much noise on range personnel.