I’ve been contacted by the Rogue Valley Shooting Sports Association. They operate the public ranges
at the Jackson County Sports Park. During a review of this Target Stand, they noticed that the stand is
assembled with metal nuts & bolts. In the interest of safety, they think that these parts, and the use of
metal spikes to anchor the stand to the ground, could create a situation resulting in a dangerous ricochet.
As such, RVSSA Range Rules require that
THESE TARGET STANDS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE SPORT’S PARK PUBLIC RANGES.
( If you already own one of these stands, you should replace the metal nuts & bolts with non-metallic
Nuts and Bolts (Nylon or other Plastics), and use non-metallic spikes to hold it in place )
HERE’S a NEW PRODUCT—-Made here in Oregon
Here’s a well-built new product on the market
that can be used at the County’s Public Ranges.
I attended a demo about this product. It is surprisingly light, and with multiple points to hold
1”x2”s, it gives shooters multiple ways to hold targets.
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