Drummond Shooting AR500 Steel Target - 2/3 IDPA

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Keep up your training with this 2/3 IDPA steel target. Used in practical self-defense scenarios, the IDPA silhouette challenges shooters to become more accurate and effective.  Designed to mount easily on our Speed Stand at a safe downward angle, you can be improving your marksmanship and skill set in no time.  Better yet, it’s made from the same ultra-tough AR500 steel as our 9″x9″ gong targets, able to withstand 9mm, .40 S&W, .223, .308 and many more.

  • measures 12×20″ in 3/8″ AR500
  • for 9mm, .40 S&W, .223, .308 and more
  • positive reaction of sound and movement
  • square holes for carriage bolts – no tools needed
  • neon orange powder coat
  • 90 day warranty
  • manufactured in Canada


Tactical Experience

This 2/3 IDPA target (12″x20″x3/8″) offers a tactical, competition-style shooting environment.  The real life design offers a unique challenge, testing enthusiast’s composure, accuracy and speed.  As opposed to basic long range shooting targets, the IDPA silhouette is very beneficial when training in closer self-defense scenarios.  Widely used in both paper and steel variations, the IDPA target is a familiar shape that aids in skill development.

What Is IDPA?

IDPA is a time-based real world competition that challenges shooters’ skill and composure.  This target style is composed of 3 scoring zones: -0, -1, and -3.  Simply put, each number corresponds to points down which are measured in ½ second increments:  -0 adds nothing to your time, -1 adds ½ second, and -3 adds 1½ seconds.  Competitors are timed from the sound of the buzzer until their last shot is fired (raw time), with any rounds hitting -1 or -3 being added to the raw time.  There are various other rules regarding hitting non-threats, failure to neutralize threats, and procedural penalties which affect the final score.  For the purposes of the everyday enthusiast, however, the goal when practising on this steel target is to aim for -0 zones: centre-mass and head shots.