Shooting stalls organize the firing line into defined shooting positions and furnish protection from adjacent shooters by minimizing side-blast interference and the hazard of misdirected shots. They also provide a location for mounting individual shooter controls for target systems and complementary range systems. Acoustical blast shields and hinged shooting barricades to train for cover and concealment are provided with some models and are available as add-on options.
Each shooting stall is equipped with a shelf that provides a muzzle rest to support handguns with muzzle pointed downrange, and a recessed tray area for holding ammunition. The shelf can be dropped out of the way for prone shooting and tactical movements. A removable spent brass receptacle on the stall helps keep the firing line area clear of debris.
Full-view shooting stalls
The full-view shooting stall features a clear ballistic panel divider that provides the rangemaster with an unobstructed view of the firing line. This is particularly important in shooting ranges where an instructor must monitor and observe the shooting activity at the firing line.
Bastion shooting stalls
Bastion stalls are constructed of a double wall steel liner enclosed in a molded ABS shell. A convenient alcove in the stall contains the target system’s local control and optional intercom speakers.