MGM Flash Target 50 Caliber Steel

  • Product #: 299219
  • MGM Targets #: FT50
MGM Flash Target 50 Caliber Steel
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Shipped From Supplier Est. Ship Date: 05/28/2019
Made in USA
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Product Overview

Designed especially to withstand the power of a .50 caliber round, the MGM .50 caliber Flash Target utilizes a 10" hex target plate laser cut from extra-beefy  5/8" thick AR500 plate, then bolted (yes, bolted not welded) to a 3/8" thick backer plate/bracket on a pair of 3/8" steel flat bar. The target assembly pivots on a lubrication zirk fitted machined hub and shaft. The whole set up quickly mounts in laser cut brackets and is suspended from 72" tube steel legs for added height and great stability, this is the best .50 caliber target. Perfect for .338 Lapua as well.

There is a large white polycarbonate card in front, and hiding behind is a smaller fluorescent orange card. When the target is hit, the swinging/pendulum motion of the target rotates the white plastic down and the orange plastic up, so the shooter (and the range officer) get an eye full or 'flash' of orange. There is no question about whether or not the target is hit.


Made In United States of America
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Delivery Information

Must Ship to FFL Dealer Yes
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Ships Alone Yes
Oversized Yes
DOT- Regulated Yes
Carrier Restrictions
  • Cannot ship via air
  • Cannot ship via USPS
  • Cannot ship to PO Box
  • Must ship to Contiguous US
HazMat Product Yes

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