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Super Target Systems Steel Bullet Trap for .22 Caliber, 12 inch

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Mobile Bullet Trap 12x18" target size for .22 calibers. It offers a quick, safe setup and deployment. It is made from steel for exceptional durability, and UNLIKE others it includes a high quality 1" ballistic rubber panel, self -healing, positioned in front of the steel cage that will slow down the rounds enough to be then stopped completely by the heavy steel back-plate. Min distance: 50ft. Designed for outdoor use (indoor use only with proper ventilation).

Super Target Systems Steel Bullet Trap for .22 Caliber, 12 inch

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Welcome to the Speech at CMU Web Page. Carnegie Mellon University is dedicated to speech technology research, development, and deployment, and we hope this page will be a vehicle to make our work available online. CMU has a historic position in computational speech research, and continues to test the limits of the art.


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