Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
BC-47430 Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
Birchwood Casey World of Targets 49in Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target
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$229.99
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SKU BC-47430
Brand Birchwood Casey
Condition New
Product Details

Outfit your home shooting range so you never have to worry about lugging your gear from place-to-place. Practice shooting at your home range with the Birchwood Casey World of Targets Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target.

This dueling tree target features 6 shooting paddles that snap to the opposite side of the tree when hit. This allows you to practice firing continuously without needing to reset the targets between rounds.

Each shooting paddle is 6 inches in diameter and is made of 3/8-inch-thick AR500 steel. AR500 steel shooting targets like this one stand up to hits from handguns. This particular dueling tree target is designed for centerfire handguns that fire 9MM to .45ACP ammo. The center post is not AR500 rated and may be damaged if hit

Start practicing right away. This dueling tree sets up quickly thanks to its tool-free design. When assembled, the dueling tree target stands 48.5 inches tall.

Traveling to the shooting range has never been easier with the Birchwood Casey World of Targets Handgun Dueling Tree Steel Shooting Target. And if you ever want to take the practice target with you, just pack it down into the included carry case.

Features
  • Practice shooting precision with this handgun dueling tree target
  • Designed for centerfire handguns from 9MM to .45ACP
  • Features (6) 6-inch-diameter shooting paddles made of 3/8-inch-thick AR500 steel
  • Includes a hard molded carry case for easy travel and set up with your home shooting range
  • Tool-free assembly and reset with no springs or mechanisms to move
  • Dueling tree shooting targets snap the target to the opposite side of the tree when hit
  • Made in the USA
  • Targets feature concentric circles for precision training
  • Center post is not AR500 rated and may be damaged if hit
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 23 x 28.5 x 48.5 inches
Reviews
starstarstarstarstar Written by David from Lehi, UT on Nov 22, 2019 Verified Buyer
Some issues...
The product is what it purports to be. The carrying case that came with the parts is NOT designed for 62+ lbs of steel. The case is flimsy and was broken when delivered. It seems the Fed-Ex guy was carrying it when the end of the box must have torn open and the case with parts dropped out and cracked. The packaging had been taped up and that had torn open again, it seems. So, the packaging needs to be sturdier, such that it will not rip or fail in transit. That would have saved the case from falling out and breaking. But, as stated, the case is not designed for carrying that much weight. Secondly, two of the paddles would not fit on the post. It seems that when the paddles were welded up, the welds got into the tube through which the post has to pass. I had to file the intruded welds away. Then the post could travel freely. It seems to me that the factory could check those things simply and quickly when creating the parts. Then THEY could file away the intrusions. Not me. After all of that, I carry the paddles in a 5 gallon bucket and use the broken case to transport the tree, post, and base (which the broken case manages, barely). I have had the opportunity to use the tree once and it held up just fine at 30 ft using 45 ACP and 9 mm. We had fun dueling as a family. We will do it again in a couple of days. 5 stars on the fun aspect. 4 stars on the overall transport and original setup. Lastly, I went to home depot and bought a 4 ft section of 1/4 inch steel angle iron and had that welded onto the existing tree and then I painted it. I did this because there were some questions about the center post withstanding rifle fire at 100+ yards. So, the intention is to put the tree out at 150+ yards and duel with our rifles. I believe it will work. Fingers crossed!
Would I recommend this to a friend or family member? Yes
Pros
  • Easy to Use
  • Simple to Set Up
  • Looks Good
  • Sturdy
Cons
  • Bulky
  • Craftsmanship...
starstarstarstarstar Written by David from Lehi, UT on Nov 25, 2019 Verified Buyer
Update on my previous review
In my previous review I had used the dueling tree 1x. Now, I have had the opportunity to use it two times. Initially the case was broken, thanks to FedEx letting it drop out of one end of the box. (But, it is 62+ pounds) That said, the case is not really designed for 62+ lbs of steel. A double whammy! Lastly, there were problems with 2 of the 6 paddles where the welding had intruded into the tube that the post runs thru. This required some filing to remove those intrusions. Ahh! Now, I have used it 2x. An additional area of weakness is the base, or the stand. It is comprised of 3 parts. Two 1/8 inch steel legs and a 1/8 inch plate. Issue 1: These parts are 1/8 inch steel. Ricochets dent and bend these parts. Issue 2: Currently, I can't completely disassemble the base because a ricochet dented the leg and the square plate no longer is able to slide past the dent. I will eventually get the base into a vise and flatten out the dent, but in the mean-time I am pondering how to design a better base. So, in short, the paddles have held up to 9 mm and 45 acp with no issues. Great family fun. But the base is taking a beating after two uses.
Would I recommend this to a friend or family member? Yes
Pros
  • Simple to Set Up
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