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February 12, 2013

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Challenge Targets Awarded Contract at Tactical Defense Institute

Ft. Thomas, Ky. - Challenge Targets was recently awarded the contract to update the main lower range at Tactical Defense Institute in West Union Ohio.  The new shooting range equipment is scheduled for installation later this month and will include (12) new torso shape steel targets.

These shooting targets are made from through hardened AR500 plate.  The shape is precision laser cut to minimize heat and preserve the hardness of the steel.   The plates are mounted using hardened carriage bolts, die springs and nylon lock nuts.  This combination of hardware minimizes fatigue and reduces the risk bullet fragments splashing back toward the shooter.

After a full season of testing, Challenge Targets product showed no cracking or stress problems that were encountered with the welded products provided by other manufacturers.” John Motil – TDI Facilities Manager.

John Benner and the team at TDI offer a wide range self-defense and firearms training courses. They are one of the most respected and well know training facilities in the United States and we are very proud to be selected for this project.

About Challenge Targets
Challenge Targets LLC is a privately held company incorporated in 2009. Our founder, Brad Brune is a recreational shooter who recognized the need for more innovative and affordable shooting targets. 

After two years of design, customer feedback, and rigorous testing, we introduced our first two Patent Pending designs in April of 2011. Feedback on the intital products has been outstanding and within the first year of business, our targets are being used by SWAT teams, Law Enforcement Agencies, FBI, private shooting ranges, and recreational shooters in twenty-two states and three countries.