8" and 10" MGM Hex AR-500 target plates and arms create one heavier than the other and a great experiment with gravity. Of course, the heavier one offsets the balance. - The object is to get it to rotate completely around, in the fewest number of shots. Shooting the bottom target pushes the top target toward you. Shooting the top target as it begins to swing back gives it more momentum. You get the picture.
The hardened AR-500 targets mount to a 3/8" steel bracket and rotate on a lubrication zirk fitted machined hub and shaft. The focus required of the shooter is what makes this such a great tool. You not only have to hit the target, you have to hit it at the right time. And if you only shoot the bottom one (the larger one) it takes forever to get the full rotation.
FYI, MGM's exclusive HexPlate™ hexagon shaped targets offer 13% more area than the same size round plate and the hex lets you know you've got the best, MGM Targets... Leave Nothing To Chance™.
Great for pistol, but it is just as much fun with bird shot, OO Buck, or your rifle. With a .223, a 30 round mag, and 100 yards, you've got your work cut out for you, guaranteed. Great for training all levels of shooters - beginners to elite LE, military or competitive shooters. This one gets it done!
For your shooting pleasure (or frustration), the Spinner (part no. SPI) is affordably priced, and as you would expect, the price includes the shipping charges.
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