At the Palmetto State Armory event The Gathering at The Sawmill, I was able to get a chance to look at and shoot at KRATE Tactical’s deck of cards. By deck of cards, I mean steel targets with each of the suits that you’d normally find in a deck of playing cards. The targets are self-resetting, can handle both rifle and pistol calibers.
Full House: KRATE Tactical’s Deck of Cards Steel Target Set
Military Veteran Owned & Operated – KRATE Tactical AR500 Steel Shooting Targets are designed, tested, and quality approved by veterans of every branch of the U.S. military – and we don’t settle for anything less than the best. Whether your target practice is for military, law enforcement, or recreational shooting, KRATE Tactical steel targets will take a bullet for you. Every time.
Each of the four suits (heart, spade, diamond, and club) can be purchased either individually or as a bundle in their “Four of a Kind” bundle for $329.99. Each individual target is priced right at $99.99. Right now, KRATE Tactical is offering an additional spring-loaded “stab and shoot” target with their Four of a Kind set for $399.99 and this set includes an additional round target (Straight Set).
At the event, I had a chance to try out several of the targets on the various ranges and they handled everything I was able to throw at them very well. The most satisfying shots are from rifle calibers as the targets whip back pretty violently when hit, however, pistol calibers are probably better suited for these targets as you can get a lot closer safely and they make for pretty challenging targets over your standard square or circular steel targets.
The Deck of Cards steel plate sets are available now from KRATE Tactical’s official Amazon store page and include free shipping for Prime members as well as discounts for military and first responders. Check out their Deck of Cards set as well as their other steel targets and target hangers and stands.
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