|Two steel plates are butted together, then overlapped with a 3" wide steel plate on both sides of the seam. This interconnecting design makes the walls impenetrable. The inside of the seam is then framed with 2" x 4"s and covered with a 1/2" plywood sheet, rubber tile, or conveyor belting.|
|Except for the seams, they're identical to exterior walls. Seams are covered both front and back with 2" x 4"s and plywood, rubber tiles or conveyor belting. When a bullet strikes a wall, it penetrates the anti-ricochet covering and disintegrates against the steel where the fragments are trapped. When an area of anti-ricochet covering is shot out, simply replace the effected area.|
|The overhead walkway option comes with an exterior stairway that leads up to a railed walkway, level with the tops of the walls, allowing a clear view of the room below. It attaches to the modular joint sections and meets OSHA standards.|
|The roof option is an engineered pole barn, with a galvalume roofing system and can be built to withstand up to 130 mph wind load. With the pole barn system, trusses are manufactured by a local supplier, ensuring everything meets local wind and snow load requirements. This system also provides full-flow ventilation throughout the shoot house.|
|Specifically designed for use in and around shoot houses. Two 2" x 4"s support a 3/8" thick Rifle Grade steel sheet covered with a 1/2" plywood sheet. A 1 1/2" air-gap, similar to those on our shoot house walls, traps fragments between layers. Available in stationary or mobile versions.
Opening: 2' x 3' (other sizes available)
Dimensions: 6' x 2' x 4'
Weight: 125 lbs.