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The Bobbin’ Noggin’

$259.95

Combining the Grizzly IPSC Reactive and the Reactive Knockdown square gives you the safety and loads of fun. The A-Zone portion of the target is spring loaded and resets upon impact. The main strike plate is mounted on our Galvanized swing bracket. 

UPGRADE TO SR500 STEEL

Grizzly customers now have the option to upgrade any of our 1/2" or 3/8" Steel Targets to SR500 Steel. SR500 is a ballistic protection steel specifically designed for use in targets, ranges and other armor applications. SR500 has a minimum hardness guarantee of 500 HBW, making it a superior alternative to AR500 plate. Learn more about SR500 Steel in our Learning Center.

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3/8″ AR500/SR500 Bobbin Noggin Target

Combining the Grizzly IPSC Reactive and the Reactive Knockdown square gives you safety and loads of fun. The A-Zone portion of the target is spring loaded and resets upon impact. The main strike plate is mounted on our Galvanized swing bracket. 

  • Hot-dip Galvanized back bracket that will never rust
  • Pitched a 27 degree angled strike face (17 ½” x 11 ¾”) to drive bullet splatter downwards
  • 3/8″ thick AR500 6×6 inch square A-Zone target face that is pistol and shotgun rated
  • Industrial spring resets after impact
  • Made with grade 8 springs and hardware

What Is The Grizzly Galvanization Process?

Our Grizzly Galvanization Process assures that your target will continue functioning for a very long time even if left outside in the elements for years on end. It also ensures your targets are going to keep looking great and not turn into a pile of rust. This process is a key element of our commitment to providing the LONGEST LASTING Steel Target Systems on the market.

**Manufacturer’s suggested distance for all Rifle calibers is 100yds, 25yds or further for Pistol calibers and no more than 3,000fps at the target.**

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