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 We query our customers to see if what we sell is what the customer expected.                 
 This is a typical query. 
 (We also add our sincere thanks for their  purchase).
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 If you've had a chance to try the (product) you purchased from us, we'd like to know
  your thoughts (pro or con) if the (product) did or did not meet your  expectations.
  We'd like the information in our on going quest to provide products  that fulfill  our
  customers needs.                                                
  Your response will be appreciated.

 Thanks;

 Jerry
  HandGun Sports
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 Comments are from: Karl Rehn @ http://www.krtraining.com 

You do outstanding work! 
The design you've come up with is very clever and appears to also be very rugged. 
It turns out that your plates also fit on our older stands which is a bonus. 
We had some friends out this weekend and did some practicing ourselves, so we probably 
 put 2000 rounds on the 18x24 plates this weekend with .38 super and .45 loads. 
No signs of pits, craters, etc. 

Next time we need more steel we'll know who to call!

 -- regards, Karl

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Comments are from: Bill W.

I tried your target holder for the first time last weekend. I found it
easy to transport and set up. It was quite stable as we shot the targets.
It is just the right width to attach the standard FBI Q target as well as
other cardboard targets. A set of extra large clips found at a office
supply store are perfect for holding targets in place. The cost was quite
reasonable. One thing that surprises me is that you do not see your product
or something similar at sporting goods stores in my area. I am sure that as
word gets around, you should do well with your target stand.

Regards,
Bill

Something came to mind as a possible added feature for your target stand.
I was thinking of ordering a second one and I thought it would be great if
there was a canvas or strong nylon carrying bag for the stands. Long enough
to accommodate the metal pieces and wide enough for all three pieces to fit
into and a handle. Further, I had recently replied to you giving
permission to use my remarks. You may also refer to my job, I am a
Lieutenant with the Trenton Police Dept. and an active NRA member. I find
that the target stand facilitates my own personal practice with my firearm.

Regards,
Bill

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Comments from Johnny D.

Jerry
The target is awesome.
Sturdy as a rock.
Easy to transport & set up.
I do have a question. How will the an500 handle 30-06 M1 GARAND AMMO @
100 yds or more. Also 460 S & W.
Thanks Johnny 

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Comments from Paul P. of NJ  (5-Nov-08)

Hi Jerry,

My two targets arrived last Thursday and I love them.  I left work early
on Friday afternoon to try them out at the range.  Both exceeded my
expectations.  Thanks for the advice about hanging.  I scrounged up some
3/8" forged eye bolts, cap nuts, a few washers and a 4' piece of re-bar
for a trial run.  The targets naturally hung about 20 degrees from
vertical.   All the splatter was directed down and away from target
shelter.  The 6" circle will do a complete spin around the bar - lots of
fun!  I'll look for 7/16" hardware but the 3/8" held up just fine.

By 4 pm four of us were hammering away at 100 yds making for some VERY
happy middle aged boys.

You make a great product!

Warm regards,


Paul P.

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