Secure Firearm Products (SFP) will unveil to shooters, the shooting Press, dealers and distributors, their new Electo-Pneumatic Locking Plate Rack system to the shooting industry at the upcoming Shot Show on January 14-17, 2014 (Booth # 1008).
Electo-Pneumatic Locking Plate Rack:
The new Electo-Pneumatic Locking Plate Rack from SFP is sure to become a pistol-shooter’s favorite for 2014 with its many innovative design features. It is of a modular construction so that it can be assembled, moved and then broken down quickly and easily for storage. The rack sets up in units of 2-plates and these can be run as independent units, or optionally with other racks in the set. The plate timer can be triggered by step-on actuators, poppers, or simply from the control unit itself.
The unique design from SFP is such that the splatter from the bullets cannot and will not interfere with the target’s locking system. In addition, the falling target plate locking mechanism is ideal when you have several competitors shooting at the same time. The unit automatically locks up after the par time has expired, preventing a target from falling. Plates are AR500 and are replaceable with other sizes if needed. The plate center line is Standard NRA Action Pistol (20-inch, 8-inch plates, 12-inch edge to edge).
Secure Firearm Products will also be showing their improved Electo-Pneumatic Turning Target system; video of the new SFP Track Mover, and their full-line of high-security handgun cases, tactical cases and gunsmithing tool. SFP is an American-based, family owned business producing quality shooting products since 2001. Several SFP team members will be on hand, to talk with attendees about competitive shooting and SFP products. Louis Surgi, NRA World Action Jr. Pistol Champion will be in the booth daily from 2-3pm for interviews and autographs.
Dealer Special: 35% off MSRP on any products ordered at the show. Clubs and ranges receive 20% off MSRP on all target systems.
For further information about the full line of Secure Firearm Products, go to the website at www.securefirearmproducts.com
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