Maximum Action – MGM Steel, action, versatility, visibility.
This innovative target eliminates long range target resetting, making more time for shooting!
Combining the immensely popular MGM BCCZ target, a "C" zone IPSC silhouette with the action and versatility of the MGM Flash Target™, this is the perfect long range rifle target!
- A large white polycarbonate card in front hides a smaller bright orange card. When the target is hit the swinging motion of the target moves the white card down and the orange up, so the shooter (and the range officer) get an FLASH of orange.
No question about whether or not the target is hit, no whining.
- The hardened AR-500 11 13/16" x 23 5/8" "C" zone target mounts to a UHMW pendulum and pivots on a lubrication zirk fitted machined hub and shaft suspended over 72" tube steel legs for ample ground clearance and visibity even at extreme long range.
The durable UHMW pendulum allows for swapping out targets of different sizes and shapes depending on your objectives and shooting distance. Also available with a 18" x 24" target because it also requires the 72" leg option).
A large white polycarbonate card in front hides a smaller bright orange card. When the target is hit the swinging motion of the target moves the white card down and the orange up, so the shooter (and the range officer) get a FLASH of orange. No question about whether or not the target is hit, and no whining. We know a .223 caliber bullet will effectively activate this target out to 400 yards. And with the orange and white cards properly aligned, a shooter can call their own hits at 750 + yards.
The Flash Target™ series continues to be used in most major 3-gun events and long range matches across the country.
Note: Also available in a .50 cal version - 3/4" AR plate target.
Here is a video of Travis demonstrating the easy assembly of the MGM Flash Target™...Please note, as shown in photos, the most current version of Flash Targets include one piece steel leg brackets and UHMW target and not the steel pendulum bar as shown in the assembly video.