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Patterned directly from the MOA Mini-Mo, the Harambe Memorial Target is designed to be used for solo or paired intermediate range rifle and pistol shooting. While the big brother Mozambique was designed for full power rifle loads at 150-500 yards, the Harambe Memorial Target shines with standard pistols like 9x19mm at 12 yards, and light rifles loads like the .223 Remington and 5.56x45mm, common AR15 calibers (100 yard minimum, 150 recommended). Target has been successfully cycled at standard distances with calibers from 38 Special to 300 Blackout.
The T-Box head section falls behind the torso when hit. The five inch diameter vital section swings to reset the fallen head when hit, and then returns to the ready position. Thusly, one can shoot the head, visually confirm the fallen head, and shoot the vitals to reset the head. Hits can be confirmed with no spotter by the position of the reset head. If you don't hit the head or vitals, you get a dull smack instead of a satisfying clunk.
The Harambe is constructed of laser cut 3/8" AR500 steel for the target surfaces, and 1/4" steel for the hinge mechanism. Carriage bolts and appropriate hardware are provided to assemble the target.
The optional Compact Modular Stand is mild steel. If you shoot with a bunch of crummy shots, and don't like occasionally replacing 2x4s, consider upgrading to the armored upright and stand, made of formed 1/4" AR400, sufficent to withstand rifle hits at 100 yards.
Optional 3/16" AR400 rimfire rated torso/head paddles are available to cycle reliably with rimfire, from 22LR subsonic 40gr to 17HMR.
A minimum of 250 ft/lbs of energy at the target is required to reliably reset the target. Check your ballistics charts before you complain things aren't working right. If it turns out they aren't working right, please contact MOA Targets. Abuse of the target by utilizing steel core, steel jacket, tracer, or AP ammo will, as always, void any and all warranty and cause us to shake our collective heads in disbelief.