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Do-it-yourself Dueling Tree (4-paddle)
Do-it-yourself Dueling Tree (4-paddle)
Do-it-yourself Dueling Tree (4-paddle)


 
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Our Price: $139.97

Stock Status:In Stock

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Product Code: DIYDT4
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Rated up to .308win

3/8" AR500 targets are designed for heavy use with pistol calibers specifically at professional shooting competitions as well as training centers. We use only the highest quality AR500 in combination with CNC laser cutting devices to minimize HAZ or heat affected zone as seen in cheaper plasma or torch cut targets. This ensures that the quality and integrity of our targets is preserved resulting in a longer life that will surpass the competitions! Best of all we are proudly made in America!

Save hundreds of dollars by building your own high quality, laser cut AR500 dueling tree.

Comes with 4 paddles and 8 paddle holders.

All parts are made from AR500 to prevent what and to handle up to .308win

Supply your own 3"x3" angle iron for the stem and build your own base. There will be no instruction manual on how to build a tree. All pieces are laser cut for added durability.

Ships unpainted


Shipping is a flat rate $14.99 charge which means if you order 1 or 1,000 of our targets you get the same low flat rate shipping rate.

Features
    • Quality AR500 steel
    • Cut to perfection
    • Best sound in the industry
    • Built for heavy use with pistol ammuntion
    • Best found prices

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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High Quality. Sturdy. August 12, 2016
Reviewer: Cathy C from Branchburg, NJ United States  
High Quality.  Sturdy.  Thanks!

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Fine product. March 10, 2016
Reviewer: gregory knoll from Clarksville, MD United States  
This is a fine product. and a good option vs the pre-built ones. If I did it again I would pick up the 6-paddle version.

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