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Troy Acoustics Seminar Postponed Until October

The 2020 shooting range design seminar hosted by Troy Acoustics and Siebein Associates will now be held October 28–29 in Jacksonville, Florida.

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How To Give Your Range a Makeover

Here are some suggestions for updating your shooting facilities to enhance training.

Troy Acoustics to Present Class on Shooting Range Noise Mitigation at SHOT Show

"Whether you have concerns about OSHA noise exposure limits or your local noise ordinance, learn about cost-effective solutions to provide your range personnel a safer and more productive work environment," Troy Acoustics says.

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

Shooting ranges nationwide, including law enforcement facilities, are being cited by health and safety officials for noise control violations. These citations have resulted in a reduction of operating hours, range shutdowns, and in some cases, fines for non-compliance of noise exposure limits.

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.

Range Training Equipment

Use these tools to enhance your shooting practice.

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.

Shooting Range Systems and Equipment 2015

This equipment will help you improve your firearms skills, both on and off the range.

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Acoustic Wall System

The UL-rated Troy System is an acoustic wall system that is installed on baffles, safety ceilings, drop ceilings, and sidewalls in shooting ranges to ensure that you meet OSHA noise exposure limits and a 1.3-second reverb time.