The perfect combination of reactive steel and minimalist design, the Rimfire Rectangle is great for honing accuracy or just weekend shooting.
Shooting on steel can add a new level of intensity to your training program or make get-togethers at the range more fun. The reactive center hit zone gives you immediate feedback for accurate shots so you can reinforce good shooting habits while shooting without having to go down range to reset your target or check to see if you even hit it.
The shooting surfaces of the Rimfire Rectangle are all made of 1/4" AR500 armor steel and are designed to take years of heavy use with .22 rimfire ammunition*. Its no weld reactive back plate is easily installed without tools and can be rotated to extend the life of your target. The provided PT Practice Stand
also makes the Rimfire Rectangle easily portable with a collapsible base and convenient carrying handle.
NOTE: The stand and feet are made of mild steel and are not intended to withstand the force of a bullet. Shooting the stand and feet may result in damage.Specifications:
- Weight: 37 lbs.
- Height: 4
- Head plate: 14 H x 10 W
- Reactive hit zone: 4.5 H x 3.5 W
- Base: 32 x 38
- Steel grade: 1/4" AR500 armor steel
- Rimfire shooting distance: 10+ yards*The Rimfire Rectangle is designed for use with .22 rimfire ammunition only. Using ammunition other than .22 rimfire may result in the malfunction of the targets reactive features or even damage to the target. Please refer to the Steel Target Safety Rules before shooting on any steel target, and learn more about steel hardness and target design by reading The Science Behind Steel Targets.FAQsCan I shoot my rimfire .17 HMR on this target?
: While the .17 HMR is a rimfire round, its velocity is too great for the reactive mechanisms of the target. This target is designed for .22 rimfire ammunition only.Can I shoot centerfire handgun rounds on this target?
: While this target is made of 1/4" AR500 armor steel which can withstand the force of a centerfire handgun round, shooting it with more powerful rounds will cause it to wear out quickly and cause the reactive features of the target to malfunction.Is the entire target made of armor steel?
: The target head, reactive swinging plate, and rear brackets are all made of AR500 armor steel. The rear brackets are made of armor steel to withstand the wear and tear from the friction of the reactive swinging plate. The stand is made of mild steel, but is designed to effectively shed bullets.Why is the target head angled?
: All of Action Targets steel target heads are slanted downward to deflect the majority of bullet splatter toward the feet of the target.