AR500 Armor® 1/2" Steel Target - 6" x 11" A-Zone
AR500 Armor® is proud to offer our AR500 Armor® Steel Targets for sale. AR500 Armor® provides consumers access to the best Steel Targets made of quality ½” steel. These steel targets were built from the ground up to be an affordable and dependable option for serious and casual shooters alike. The AR500 Armor® 6”x11” An A-Zone target is essential for shooters looking to enhance their tactical shooting skills on a realistic target.
All of the AR500 Armor® Steel Targets are manufactured in the USA and meet strict quality control guidelines, making AR500 Armor® your #1 choice when you’re looking for steel silhouette targets for sale. Whether you are looking for steel targets shaped like gongs, silhouettes, or something a little different, all of our steel targets are rated to handle even the heaviest of common firearm calibers.
These ½” AR500 Armor® Steel Plate Targets are rated for use with most common pistol calibers at a distance of no less than 7 meters and most common rifle calibers at a distance of no less than 50 meters. We strongly discourage the use of steel core ammunition. As always, be safe out there, always be situation aware, and understand that spall and frag are always a danger with uncoated ballistic steel targets. Respect your distances and your aim points.
Targets ship unpainted
|Name in Bundles||A Zone - 6" x 11"|
|Target Size:||6" x 11" AZONE|
- Poor, not as advertised. Review by Mark Hatfield Bradenton, Florida
2. Hanging hole roughly cut.
3. Not safe to shoot at distance advertised.
I could live with #s 1 and 2. However I bought this specifically because it was described as ok for most centerfire rifles at closer distances than the products from other manufacturers, specified was 50 meters. At 50 yards this target craters, and badly, with non-steel core ammunition, specifically Privi Partizan 5.56 55 grain M193 out of a 16 inch barrel.
Noted: I have only shot one of the three plates which I purchased so I don't know if only this one was bad or all are the same. It is also possible that the product description is simply wrong and exaggerated for this product. (Posted on 6/27/2019)