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  1. John Stewart
  2. Shooting Sports
  3. Tuesday, 28 March 2017

The Lyman Auto-Advance Target System is a revolutionary design, offering the advantage of remote target advancement previously only found in expensive industrial systems. The Auto-Advance Target System will advance the shooter's targets with the use of a hand-held remote controller at distances of up to 200 yards. No more walking downrange to replace targets, or waiting for a cease-fire to be called. Advance to the next target without getting up from the shooting bench!

The Auto-Advance Target System is battery operated, so there is no need for access to power outlets, plus it disassembles easily for transportation back and forth to the shooting range. The Auto-Advance Target System has steel protection plates that are rated for use with all rimfire calibers. The legs of the stand use standard and economical electrical conduit tubing available at any home center. This makes replacing damaged legs simple and also allows for customizing target height. The Auto-Advance Target System comes with a roll of standard bullseye targets. Additional 50 foot target rolls are available with bullseye, animal and silhouette designs. Stop changing targets, and get more trigger time with the Lyman Auto Advance Target System! Great for any level of shooter! Order today at the great new price of $179.97 MSRP!

Specifications:

Overall dimensions: 24" wide x 29" deep x 60" tall (variable)
Weight: 30lbs
Target Roll: 18" wide x 50' long
Remote system: 433.92MHz, 200 Yard capability
FCC ID: 0025179318
Battery requirement: Transmitter: 9V / Receiver: 8 x AA

See more at Lyman Manufacturing

John Stewart Managing Editor - 4x4Voice - 4x4Wire - MUIRNet.net Natural Resources Consultant - California Four Wheel Drive Association - http://www.cal4wheel.com Board of Directors - BlueRibbon Coalition http://www.sharetrails.org

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