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Air Venturi Releases 4 New Interactive Target Systems

CLEVELAND, OHIO (November 22, 2017) Air Venturi, the leading manufacturer and importer of airgun, airsoft, and ammunition brands, is announcing the release of four new interactive target systems. These new offerings are designed to create dynamic shooting sessions to airgunners everywhere with targets that feature a combination of spinning paddles, noise-generating steel, and resettable shooting challenges.

“Considering the hours of trigger time airgunners use to gain proficiency, creating some exciting new targets makes sense and gives shooters what they want.” says Paul Milkovich, Air Venturi’s Director of Business Development. “Shooters want something more exciting than soda cans, and these targets have something for every airgunner.”

The four new targets include:

Cowboy Action Diamond Gong Airgun Target: This ⅛” thick diamond shaped steel plate will be recognizable to SAA shooters everywhere. Each hit provides a satisfying clang as it sends your BBs and pellets safely into the ground.

The Medusa: This Texas Star like challenge finds its roots in Greek Mythology, inspired by the dreaded Gorgon monster. This resettable target lets you shoot down its 9 spinning “snakes” and reset them without leaving the bench.

Crazy Eights Target: A classic firearm target redesigned as the ultimate airgun target. Hit all eight of the hanging paddles with a reaction you can see and hear. Once all eight are on the reset bar, shoot the release paddle to drop back into the action.

Dueling Tree Target: This target lets shooters go head-to-head against their favorite shooting partner in a contest of speed and accuracy. Featuring six target paddles, the first shooter to shoot down all three paddles on their side wins.

For additional information on the new Air Venturi interactive targets, contact Air Venturi Marketing Manager, Kristen Coss by email: kristen.coss@airventuri.com, or phone: 216-292-2570 ext. 253.

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