• CNC Laser cut in Wisconsin from the finest American-made AR500 Steel that is bead blasted and smooth. Quality does not have to cost you more so don’t settle for softer plasma cut steel targets.
  • All AR500 steel targets are powder coated in white and ready to shoot.
  • Many of our competitors do not paint there targets trying to save a buck.
  • Mount your AR500 targets how you want.  Our AR500 targets all have three 1/2″ carriage bolt holes for convenient center mounting or outside mounting. Carriage bolts provide optimal safety against ricochets.
  •  At AR500 Target Solutions, we understand not every one has there own land to set up a permanent shooting range. All of our AR500 steel target systems are easy to set up and very portable.
  • We offer a variety of products, including high-quality 3/8″ and 1/2″ thick AR500 steel target silhouettes as well as  3/8″ and 1/2″ thick AR500 steel gong targets. Whether your a weekend shooter, police or military professional, our AR500 target products can handle what you throw at them.

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FAQ

Q: What type of firearms can I use with your AR500 targets?

A: The best type of target depends on your exact gun. Our targets are suitable for pistols, shot guns, and rifles. Check out the target selection guide below for your specific firearm.

Q: Do I have to worry about ricochets on an AR500 target?

A: Most ammo will deflect downward on a properly mounted AR500 target. Steel targets should be made from quality AR500 steel and preferably laser cut as to maintain the hardness of the Ar500 steel. Steel targets should be mounted at a 20% downward angle and be able to move freely, not fastened tightly to the mount. In general, bullets do not bounce back or ricochet. This does not mean, however, they never will, so always wear safety glasses and never use a steel target with big gouges or craters on it.

Q: Do thicker AR500 targets hold up better against pitting?

A: No. Pitting happens when the bullet strikes the target with too much heat intensity, causing the steel to fall out due to rapid expansion and contraction and creating a pit. The main cause of intense heat is ammo velocities that are too high impacting the target. Adding steel core or FMJ into the mix with too high of velocities at short distances will create dangerous craters in your target that can cause ricochets.

Q: How can I get the most “ring” from my AR500 targets?

A: Larger and thinner targets will ring louder than smaller thicker ones. Also, mounting a target properly will make a target ring louder, last longer and be much safer. Targets should be mounted at a 20% downward angle and hang loosely so they can move freely, absorbing the energy from the ammo. Please check the installation instructions in our FAQ to ensure your mount assembly is correct.

Q: Why am I pitting AR500 targets with my AR-15?

A: An AR-15 with a 16” barrel at 100 yards using 55g ammo is right at the limits of AR500 steel at that distance. Any ammo with FMJ or steel will likely pit an AR500 steel target.

Q: Do you guys offer a military, law enforcement or first responder discount?

A: Yes, we do! Please contact support@ar500targetsolutions.com with proof of present or past service. We will respond with a discount code.

Q: Do you make custom AR500 targets?

A: No, not currently. The only targets we have for sale are in our shop.

Q: Do you have any AR500 coupon codes?

A: We send out coupon codes through our newsletter, our Facebook page and our Instagram from time to time. Please keep checking in with our social media or sign up for future promotions.

Q:  Do you warranty your AR500 products?

A: Yes! We stand behind our products 100% and strive for 100% customer satisfaction. To be covered under our return policy, targets must be used within the recommended guidelines on the instruction brochure included with every target set. Reading the assembly instructions provided with each order is up to you. If you need another copy of instructions, please email us at support@ar500targetsolutions.com.