Did you just buy some steel targets!? Heck yeah you did. Now you need some target chain hangers! These are used most commonly with 3/8 hardened chain and 1/2" bolts for the targets. These are great because you can just throw them on some 1" black iron pipe from the big box hardware store right down the street.
This listing only includes ONE hanger, not two.
Don't have a way of building a stand from pipe? Check out our other listings for the pieces you need to build a stand that is fully configurable and super strong. We also sell other gongs, hangers, and pipe ends.
SAFETY NOTICE: 3/8" AR500 is rated up to .30-06 at 100 yards. Never shoot steel targets of any kind at closer than 100 yards with rifle calibers and never closer than 25 yards with pistol calibers. Rim fire and small calibers should never be used on thick steel either. They do not have enough energy to move the target and cause dangerous ricochets. Force Designs LLC is not responsible for any risk associated with using this product, improperly or otherwise.
**Plasma Cut Process**
The plasma cutting process is absolutely fascinating. An arc of electricity passes through compressed air, turning into plasma which then blasts through the metal being cut. The speed of the cut is totally dependent on the thickness of material, generally the thicker the material the slower the cut. There are so many variables that go into a great cut that it can be a challenge to keep track of, amperage, torch height, air pressure, compressed air humidity, consumable life, material being cut, etc. It is a very violent and amazing process. You can expect a nick where the cut starts, some slight edge taper, and some small serrations from cut speed changes. None of this impacts the use of the product. This is standard with most cutting processes but is still worth mentioning for full disclosure.
**Powder Coating Process**
Powder coating is not the same as using spray paint or an automotive style spray gun, which is what people envision when you mention painting. Powder coat is shipped in a...yep...powder. That powder has an electrostatic charge applied to it as it leaves the gun. The part to be painted is grounded. The grounded part attracts the powder that has an electrostatic charge, just like a balloon you rubbed on your head attracting your hair. Once fully coated the work piece is then placed in an oven at around 400 degrees for around 15 minutes (times and temperatures vary). Once it cools the piece is ready to go. This process creates a much more durable finish than typical wet paints and is very desirable in the off road and automotive industries. It is worth noting that each piece to be painted has to be hung with a ground wire. This can create a slight imperfection at the hanging point. While the hanging point will be difficult to notice, it is again worth mentioning.