Target Swinger

If you shoot practical pistol competitions, you love (or hate) this devious target system. It holds a standard cardboard target on a swivel, and when released the target swings back and forth. Swingers are used in IPSC, IDPA, and USPSA matches.

Typically, the target is set so it can't initially be seen, hidden behind a no-shoot or a barrel; the shooter triggers it by a shooting a steel popper, or some other mechanism. When triggered the target swings into view, then back and forth. Accepts common lath or 1x2 lumber and uses thumbscrews to tighten in place.

Availability: Normally ships in 3-4 days, but you should check the 'Shipping Delay Notice" on the front page of the website, since springtime is very busy.

Includes a hinged 2x2 lumber 'leg' with an eyebolt; you can activate the target by attaching a pull-string, cabling it to a popper, etc..  Also available as an option is a steel 'Shootable Leg' which holds up the counterweight. This allows the shooter to shoot the leg out, then shoot the swinger; with no other trigger required. When you choose the shootable leg, it also comes with the common 2x2 lumber leg.

Link: Range Rabbit makes several dynamic targets to add excitement to your range days!

Lath and cardboard targets not included. String or cable to pull the trigger not included.

Significant Order Delays

As of May 14th, we are so far behind in production that we cannot predict when your order will ship. Further, we are moving the workshop at the end of May. Your order may not ship until the end of June.