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Old October 3, 2012, 11:43 AM   #7
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These are going to be for handguns only, (10mm/357 mag are the most powerful rounds I'm going to be shooting at them) @ about 10 yds.
In my experience these are the keys:

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have the angle downward as they hang
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no less than 3/8" thickness of AR500.
I do a lot of shooting on steel (with handguns most from 12m to 30m). Quality steel that won't crater and having them angled dow makes the difference in safety.

If you look at my channel you'll see me shooting from those ranges in virtually all of my handgun videos. I use Action Targets AR500 and 550 steel for what it's worth.
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