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Caldwell Resetting Handgun Target

   

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23" X 12" X 1"

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Allows you to see and hear the impact! Double-spin design of Caldwell® Resetting Handgun Target includes three 3.5'' diameter targets. Easily portable. Bottom two swing out of the way when hit. Top target resets other two when hit.  Heavy duty steel construction. For use with handguns up to .45 caliber.

  • Three 3.5'' targets
  • See and hear direct hits
  • Portable
  • Heavy duty steel construction
  • For use with handguns up to .45 caliber
Caldwell Resetting Handgun Target 4.2 5 11 11
Resetting target easy to use, easy to set up and a lot of fun shooting aand not so much time seting up new targets. I would give this as a gift and do give it a high rating. April 26, 2011
Well Built Very sturdy, but I have not been able to get the distance and angle right to have the lower targets stay up when hit with a 40 and a 45. December 2, 2010
best target I like the all one piece construction. Just pick it up and walk away. Built very heavy , no weak spots.Sets up in less than a minute. October 20, 2010
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no 223 is to powerful, only use 22lr of less
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Just a ball that sits on the ground and moves each time you shoot it. (like a baseball)
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yes it has four legs that push 2" in the ground
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I have a 357mag & 9mm using hollow point rounds. Would I be able to use this target for practice? and how far from the target should you stand. new to all of this.
also are there extra targets in the kit?
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It is not reccomended to shoot hollow points at these targets. Soft round nose are reccomended. This target is fine for target practice but not for sighting in. It is for shooting at for fun. I am usually 15 to 20 yards from the target when I shoot. Depends upon the firearm I am using. The kit comes with only one set of targets.
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it will work for both calibers, just don't expect it to reset like it claims.
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Yes. it will move a little, but will not spin.
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No, Ive never actually seen one designed for both. Metal targets have specific caliber ranges which you should follow. 22 will bounce back almost everytime if you go with a steel target designed for centerfire handguns. The metal is too dense and the energy wont subside enough to fracture the round.
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