Birchwood Casey Introduces New Freedom Targets

by
posted on March 16, 2017
birchwood-casey-freedom-targets-kit-f.jpg
The latest targets in the Birchwood Casey lineup are the Freedom Targets, providing free-standing silhouette targets for shooters practicing their self-defense skills.

The new targets are made with heavy cardboard and features a folding base that provides a standing target that can be set up in any safe shooting area. All of the cardboard targets come with Birchwood Casey Shoot N-C Bullseyes, ensuring that shooters see their hits in the center-mass area of the cardboard silhouette.

At the end of a range session, the cardboard targets and bases fold up easily to provide easy transportation to and from the range. An added benefit of these targets is the ability of the shooter to get on the range and have a valuable target solution without the need for staples, tape and heavy, unwieldy stands.

The Freedom Targets come in three different packages. The first package is the Silhouette Target Kit, which features a 12 x 18 silhouette target with a 6-inch bullseye target sticker. The company also provides the Single-Stack Kit, which features a 20 x 35 silhouette target and base, one 8-inch bullseye target and one 12-inch bullseye target.

Finally, Birchwood Casey offers the Double Stack Kit, which features a combo target of two silhouettes, two base stands, a set of extenders to raise target height, two 8-inch bullseyes and two 12-inch bullseyes.

The suggested retail price for the Silhouette Target Kit is $6.99, while the Single Stack Kit retails for $11.99. The combo Double Stack Kit sells at a suggested price of $24.99.

Latest

pile of firearm magazines
pile of firearm magazines

How Durable Are Your Magazines?

Regardless of where you go for firearm information, some form of gun testing is likely to figure into the results you dig up. Consumer appetites for this information are just as vigorous as in other industries.

First Look: Alien Gear Swivel Drop Leg Extension

Get your holster out of the way while still keeping your pistol at the ready.

Mantis X10 Elite Review

Make dry practice at home more fun, and save money and time when you go to the range.

The Pros and Cons Of Red Dot Sight On Your Shotgun

Red-dot sights are all the rage. Should you put one on your home-defense shotgun?

First Look: Viridian Laser for the Heritage Rough Rider Revolver

A laser sight for a single action revolver makes for a terrific training aid.

Learn to Search Slow & Carefully

Haste makes waste. Worse still, it could make the difference between life and death.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.