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Caldwell Target Turner w/ Adjustable Speed, Fits 12"x18" Targets - 1096103
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Caldwell Target Turner w/ Adjustable Speed, Fits 12"x18" Targets - 1096103

SKU 5165458433
Brand Battenfeld
Model Number 1096103
UPC 661120417538
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Product Details


  • Brand: Caldwell
  • Model: Target Turner
  • Time Delay: Adjustable from 1-6 Seconds
  • Target Size: Up to 12"x18"
  • Power: Eight (8) AA Batteries
  • Features: Quick collapse for easy transport
  • Use: Target Training


This Target Turner is ready for any level of marksman. Whether you're a first time shooter or advanced shooter, this Target Turner is perfect for you. With two modes and various interval speeds, you can sharpen your tactical skills over and over again with a switch of a button. Whether you're training for self-defense or a hunt, the Target Turner is designed with you in mind. Caldwell's proprietary Target Turner is specifically engineered to eliminate the variables that make you miss.


  • Presents and hides the target for interactive shooting and training
  • Adjustable speed presents target from 1-6 second delay
  • Includes reusable target backer for targets up to 12" x 18"
  • Accepts all IDPA IPSC and NRA Action Pistol Cardboard Targets
  • Powered by 8 AA batteries
  • Average battery life is 11 hours
  • Comes with a storage bag for easy transport
  • Quickly collapses into the included carry bag
  • Rapid setup in less than 60 seconds
  • Low center-of-gravity and stake holes allow the turner to operate even in high wind conditions


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