SRT's flagship Modular Range is a complete turnkey indoor shooting range; including true 360-degree positive ballistic containment (ZERO-SDZ), ventilation system, bullet trap, target system, shooting stalls, lighting, communications, security access system, control room with ballistic glass viewing window, range entry vestibule / sound lock, touch screen automation system, anti-ricochet treatment, and comprehensive acoustic treatment (exterior AND interior).
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The Modular Range is largely fabricated offsite, and then shipped to you in sections or 'modules'. The entire range is assembled onsite and then “wrapped” in a metal building-type exterior (siding, roofing, gutters, etc.), so that when complete, it looks like any other metal building structure from the outside. Many siding and roofing colors are available to help the structure blend in with surrounding architecture. Optionally, the modules can be assembled inside of an existing structure and wrapped for sound control. All we need is a building with at least a 10’W x 12’H opening. Whether standalone on a concrete pad, or within another building, the only other thing we need is local utilities brought to the site for single-point connection.
Sized to Meet Your Needs
The Modular Range is available in widths of 16’, 24’, 32’, and 40’. Range lengths (target distances) of 10-100 yards / meters and longer are possible, and are only limited by your budget and available space.
True Innovation in Design
Where others take one-trip shipping containers from China, modify them, line them with armor, and then put them side by side, and end to end, and then call it a single range, SRT took a fresh approach. Instead of multiple, separated two-lane ranges side by side, we devised an ingenious way to build a modular-style range that is up to ten lanes wide (40') with an open floor plan. SRT engineers designed our modules from the ground up with the intent of providing a completely open-plan, clear-span training area, without interior columns, supports or walls. SRT purpose-builds every module to exacting specifications, in specially-designed weld jigs. We even “engrave” the welding instructions by computer right on the materials to ensure nothing gets missed and that like modules are duplicates. Since SRT’s Modular Range has the capability of being completely disassembled, relocated and reassembled someplace else, it is therefore many times considered an “equipment purchase” rather than a construction project, when classified in the Federal budget. This can be an important distinction, and can mean the difference in government procurement times measured in mere months instead of YEARS.