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Old February 21, 2017, 02:00 PM   #1
Greguw
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Join Date: January 12, 2006
Location: Bucks County , Pa
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Building a Spiral Back Stop

Hey guys
My business just picked up more warehouse space and was lucky to find a explosion proof room with full exhaust ventilation inside the building I just rented .
The room is the perfect indoor shooting range has 1 foot thick solid concrete walls and roof with 2 filtration ventilators ... the perfect indoor shooting range .
I am not going to use the room for anything and I'm the boss ...
I only plan on shooting .22 that cheap fun and don't have to waste time at the range .
I would like to recycle the lead and see a few spiral back stop designs , I have some great empty steel cylinders , they are 1/2 high strength steel and should be more than adequate to catch .22
I have a full fabrication shop so should be no problem to modify a tapered cone to the 8ft high cylinders .
Have any of you guys built your own spiral stop
Thanks
Greg
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