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Range Systems Quik Stand

Range Systems Quik Stand

Range Systems

Range Systems

Minneapolis, MN –-(Ammoland.com)-  Range Systems, a leading manufacturer of live fire shooting products for the military, law enforcement and consumer communities, introduces their simple solution for mounting paper targets – the Quik Stand.

The Quik Stand offers both ease of use and versatility. The set includes two zinc-coated tube steel base feet and a set of zinc-coated thumb screws. The overall dimensions of the base feet measure 6” x 6” x 5.25” high. The versatility comes into play in that the user can choose to complete their stand by using their own standard 1 x 2s or 2 x 2s and each base can accommodate either, allowing the user to mix and match with their available lumber. For even more versatility, several stands can be attached together to create a variety of firing courses, or Daisy Chain them together in a line or for shooting at various distances.

The Quik Stand is lightweight, at just 2.5 pounds per base, making them perfect for your range bag. Set up is quick. Just insert a standard 1 x 2 or a 2 x2 of any length into the slot, and using the thumb screws, tighten the base around your lumber.

Cost on the set of 2 Quik Stand bases is $29.99 MSRP. http://www.inrangesupplies.com/index.php/expandable-paper-target-stand.html

For more information on the complete line of Range Systems products, please visit www.range-systems.com or contact Tonie Kruse, marketing director, at 1-888-999-1217

  • 3 User comments to “Range Systems Introduces the Quik Stand”

    1. What is the purpose of the horizontal lumber piece that is inserted into the stand above the lumber sitting on the ground? (like a cross-member) It does not seem to be touching the ground or offering any tpe of support??

    2. It appears that the two uprights would fall over if it weren’t for the horizontal piece. Maybe they should have made it shorter for the picture.

    3. VT Patriot on January 7, 2014 at 5:28 PM said:

      It would seem like the lower cross piece would allow for wider or narrower targets. I made one myself from PVC pipe years ago, but it has a fixed width. Never a problem, but I can see where it may come in handy.

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