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Rimfire Dueling Tree
All the fun and excitement of a full size PT Dueling Tree but with ammo that costs only a fraction of the price!
Just like our full size PT Dueling Tree, the Rimfire Dueling Tree has six steel plates that swing from side to side when hit, allowing you to compete against friends all day and not go down range once to reset the target. And since it’s specifically designed for .22 rimfire ammunition*, you can burn through hundreds of rounds without worrying about burning through hundreds of dollars.
The Rimfire Dueling Tree consists of a forward leaning center stand which allows gravity to do the work as the six reactive paddles made of 1/4″ AR500 armor steel swing from one side to the other when shot. Because the target is gravity reset and doesn’t rely on springs or mechanisms, the Rimfire Dueling Tree gives you reliable results and a fun experience every time.
NOTE: The stand and feet are made of mild steel and are not intended to withstand the force of a bullet. Shooting the stand and feet may result in damage.
- Weight: 35 lbs.
- Dimensions: 40” H x 14” W
- Base: 3’ x 2’
- Paddles: 4” diameter
- Steel grade: 1/4″ AR500 armor steel
- Rimfire shooting distance: 10+ yards
*The Rimfire Dueling Tree is designed for use with .22 rimfire ammunition only. Using ammunition other than .22 rimfire may result in the malfunction of the target’s reactive features or even damage to the target.
Can I shoot my rimfire .17 HMR on this target?:
While the .17 HMR is a rimfire round, its velocity is too great for the reactive mechanisms of the target. This target is designed for .22 rimfire ammunition only.
Can I shoot centerfire handgun rounds on this target?:
While this target is made of 1/4" AR500 armor steel which can withstand the force of a centerfire handgun round, shooting it with more powerful rounds will cause it to wear out quickly and cause the reactive features of the target to malfunction.
Is the entire target made of armor steel?:
The target plates are all made of AR500 armor steel. The center stand is made of mild steel, but is designed to effectively shed bullets.
Why does the Rimfire Dueling Tree lean forward?:
The Rimfire Dueling Tree leans forward for two reasons. The angle is used to deflect splatter toward the ground and also helps prevent the swinging paddles from getting stuck while swinging from one side to the other by utilizing gravity.