Shooting Galleries

Gruber can help you build the right Shooting Galleries for your needs. Engineered with ballistic rubber and always designed with your exact firing and tactical training needs in mind, we can help you design and build a commercial range that caters to casual shooters as well as customers seeking more advanced tactical training.

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Shooting Galleries

Reinforcements for shooting galleries:

Ballistic and Acoustic

The primary purpose of ballistic protection in Shooting Galleries is to help prevent injury and protect property from damage. Traditional ballistic systems are designed to simply redirect misfires and ricochets, not necessarily to stop their path and contain them.

Ballistic Rubber Protection and Acoustic Systems

Ballistic protection systems provide a safer range environment by eliminating these hazards with full encapsulation of errant rounds and ricochets in Shooting Galleries. Our ballistic rubber allows us to create the safest, cleanest and quietest ranges in the industry today. Here are some of the ballistic protection products where we use our ProTact systems:

  • Baffles
  • Safety Ceiling
  • Ballistic Sidewall Protection
  • Shooting Lane Dividers
  • Free-Standing Ballistic Shields
  • Acoustic Systems

Target Systems

Different ranges have different approaches when it comes to their range equipment and systems. With this in mind, Gruber brings you a full line of training products and systems to accommodate all types of firearms training.

Determining the right target system for you

During the range design process, once you have determined your containment system, you now have to select the type of target systems you want. We have a wide variety of products to suit all of your needs including the only ground mounted wireless system on the market.

Bullet Traps

Different ranges have different approaches when it comes to their range equipment and systems. With this in mind, Gruber brings you a full line of training products and systems to accommodate all types of firearms training.

Determine the best trap for your range

One of the most important elements in a shooting range or training center is the bullet trap. The type of bullet trap design you choose is determined largely by:

  • Air Quality
  • Lead Management
  • Noise Abatement
  • Cost and ease of installation
  • Space (footprint)
  • Up front cost
  • Cost of ownership and maintenance
  • Type of shooting activity in your facility
  • Safety

Shooting Lane Dividers

Ranges that have a fixed firing line typically are equipped with shooting lane dividers. Grubers shooting stalls organize the firing line into defined shooting positions, provide a location for mounting individual target controls, and offer a shelf for shooters to use.

Fabricated from ballistic steel plate and covered with ballistic rubber shooting stalls provide protection from adjacent shooting positions by minimizing side blast interference reducing the hazard of misdirected shots. This provides a very safe environment when on the firing line.

Another model offered by Gruber is the Clearview shooting stall which provides an open view of the firing line. This is particularly important in ranges when the range master must monitor and observe the shooting activity at the firing line. The open view is provided by bullet proof glass and is offered in both pistol and rifle rated options.