Bullet traps

One of the most important elements in a firing range is the bullet trap. We offer a wide range of bullet traps to fit your shooting range needs. The type of bullet trap design is determined individually as it depends on many factors- type of ammunition and firearms will be used, how many rounds will be fired each day, space available, lead management as well as cost of build and maintenance.



Steel bullet trap

Bullet traps made of steel sheets have diverse construction. The most common designs are lamella and the snail also called cone bullet traps.

Lamella bullet trap

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Lamella bullet traps are made of steel plates, inclined at an angle in the direction of the line of fire with a properly chosen thickness of the sheets. Bullet trap can be covered with anti ricochet screens made of straps, rubber or gel panels.

Cone bullet trap

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Cone bullet traps have a relatively small tilt angles of metal sheets. After bullet hits the top or bottom plate it moves across the surface of the sheet in the direction of the inlet slits to the trap tray.



Granulated rubber bullet trap

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This kind of bullet traps are using rubber granulate to brake and contain projectile. Using granulated or plastic bullet traps minimalize lead dust, ricochets as well as reduce bullet impact noise. Bullet trap is made in the form of a slope.




Portable bullet trap

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Portable or transportable bullet traps are used for different purposes, for example as additional traps located behind electronic targets. Transportable traps are particularly useful when shooting from short distances to prevent ricochets.




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