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					                                     SECTION 11486

                           FIREARMS TRAINING EQUIPMENT

PART 1 GENERAL

1.1   SECTION INCLUDES

      A.   Law Enforcement and Commercial Ranges Equipment:
           1.   Bullet Traps.
           2.   Clearing Traps.
           3.   Shooting Stalls.
           4.   Safety Ceilings.
           5.   Baffles.
           6.   Redirective Guards.
           7.   Special Guards.
           8.   Ballistic Floor and Wall Treatments.
           9.   Target Systems.
           10.  Audio/Visual Communication Systems.
           11.  Controls.
           12.  Mobile Ranges.

      B.   Military Combined Arms Training Equipment:
           1.     Target Systems.
           2.     Control Systems.
           3.     Targetry Accessories.

1.2   RELATED SECTIONS

      A.   Section 03150 - Concrete Accessories: Concrete anchors.

      B.   Section 04899 - Masonry Assemblies: Masonry walls.

      C.   Section 05100 - Structural Metal Framing.

      D.   Section 05500 - Metal Fabrications.



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      E.   Section 06100 - Rough Carpentry.

      F.   Section 09900 - Paints and Coatings.

      G.   Section 15000 - Ventilation Systems.

      H.   Section 16000 - Electrical: Wiring connections for motor and motor controls.

1.3   REFERENCES

      A.   ASTM E 84 - Test method for the Surface Burning Characteristics of Building
           Materials.

      B.   ASTM D-2859 - Test method for the Flammability of Finished Textile Floor Materials.

1.4   SUBMITTALS

      A.   Submit under provisions of Section 01300.

      B.   Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
           1.   Preparation instructions and recommendations.
           2.   Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
           3.   Installation methods.

      C.   Shop Drawings:
           1.   Submit shop drawings prepared by the manufacturer showing plans, sections,
                elevations, layouts, profiles and product component locations, including
                anchorage, bracing, fasteners, accessories and finishes.
           2.   Show connection details with screw types and locations, weld lengths and
                locations, and other fastener requirements.

      D.   Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.

      E.   Closeout Submittals: Provide manufacturer's maintenance instructions that include
           recommendations for periodic checking and adjustment of systems and
           maintenance of all components.

1.5   QUALITY ASSURANCE

      A.   Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in manufacturing products of this
           Section with ISO Certification certifying manufacturer's quality management system
           is currently registered to ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001; 2004 quality standards.

      B.   Manufacturer's Field Representative Qualifications: Experienced in the installation of
           the specified products.

      C.   Installer Qualifications: Installers shall have demonstrated experience in assembly
           and installation of products similar to those specified in this section.

      D.   Pre-installation Meetings: Conduct pre-installation meeting to verify project
           requirements, substrate conditions, and manufacturer's installation instructions.
           Require attendance of parties directly affecting work of this section, including the
           Contractor, installer, and manufacturer's representative. Comply with Division 1
           requirements.

      E.   Coordination of Work: Coordinate layout and installation of indoor shooting range
           equipment with other construction supported by, or penetrating through, ceilings,
           including light fixtures, HVAC equipment, fire-suppression system, and partitions



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1.6   DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      A.   Deliver materials in manufacturer's unopened, undamaged packaging, with
           manufacturer's labels intact.

      B.   Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.

      C.   Store materials protected from exposure to rain, snow or other harmful weather
           conditions, at temperature and humidity conditions.

1.7   PROJECT CONDITIONS

      A.   Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within
           limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products
           under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.

1.8   MAINTENANCE

      A.   Bullet trap, safety ceilings, baffles, redirective guards and floor and wall treatments
           shall require periodic check-ups or inspections to verify the safety of the systems.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.1   MANUFACTURERS

      A.   Acceptable Manufacturer: Meggitt Training Systems, which is located at: 296
           Brogdon Rd. ; Suwanee, GA 30024; Toll Free Tel: 800-813-9046; Email: request
           info (david.omeara@meggitt.com); Web: meggitttrainingsystems.com

      B.   Substitutions: Not permitted.

      C.   Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of
           Section 01600.

2.2   APPLICATIONS/SCOPE

      A.   Firearms training equipment shall be provided in the sizes and in the configuration
           indicated on the Drawings.

      B.   Furnish all hardware necessary for the joining of the shooting range equipment
           specified.

      C.   Provide equipment assemblies complete with support structure, stops, and other
           components required for the required assembly.

      D.   Concrete anchors shall be of an approved types as specified in Section 03150.

      E.   Field painting of shop primed surfaces shall be as specified in Section 09900.

2.3   LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COMMERCIAL RANGE EQUIPMENT

      A.   BULLET TRAPS:
           1.   Rifle Rated/Rubber Systems: The overall height and depth of the bullet trap
                shall be as indicated on the Drawings.
                a.     Model LE7500 Reclining GranTrap: Trap Assembly for capturing
                       projectiles emitted from rifles, pistols and shotguns along a line
                       substantially parallel to the ground surface, with no backsplatter.
                       Capable of capturing armor piercing, jacketed, semi-jacketed and



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     non-jacketed, shot and slug projectiles with muzzle velocities between
     900 and 3,600 feet per second (274 to 1097 meters per second) and
     energy levels to 3,600 foot-pounds. Fully automatic weapons should
     not exceed 200 rounds per minute and two hours duration during a 24
     hour period. Tracer or incendiary rounds are NOT permitted.
     1)    Trap Assembly includes a box-type support frame inclined
           relative to the incoming direction of the projectiles. Particulate
           material inside the box type Trap Assembly covered by a
           self-healing membrane is provided to slow down and capture
           incoming projectiles. Support frame is not to be relied upon to
           capture projectiles.
     2)    Support frame includes an inclined bottom wall, a vertical back
           wall, and two sidewalls. Walls are fabricated from sheet metal
           and supported by a steel truss structure arranged and configured
           to properly support the bottom, back and sidewalls. Support
           trusses are located 4 to 5 feet (1.2 to 1.5M) along the
           length/width of the trap assembly.
     3)    Support frame includes a recessed target region positioned to
           capture the majority of the projectiles.
     4)    Provide support frame doors, normally closed, positioned
           proximate to the target region, arranged and configured to allow
           a portion of the volume particulate material from the target region
           to be removed from the Trap Assembly through the Support
           Frame when the door is opened.
     5)    Granulate Fill: Fill the space between the self-healing membrane
           cover and the vertical back wall with GranTex rubber granules.
           An anti adhesion material may be interspersed between the
           particles of granular material for increased flow ability.
     6)    Reserve Portion: Trap Assembly includes a reserve portion of
           granulate material located above the target region. When the
           doors described above are opened, the reserve portion of
           granulate material will flow into the target region to maintain a
           constant depth of material in the target region.
     7)    Supplemental Volume: Trap Assembly includes a supplemental
           volume of particulate material being arranged and configured to
           provide a backup for capturing projectiles when the Reserve
           portion described above has flowed into the target region.
           Supplemental volume is separated from the Reserve portion by a
           self-healing barrier.
b.   Model LE7500OTR Reclining GranTrap with Overtrap Rubber Covered:
     Trap Assembly for capturing projectiles emitted from rifles, pistols and
     shotguns along a line substantially parallel to the ground surface, with
     no backsplatter. Capable of capturing jacketed, semi-jacketed and
     non-jacketed, shot and slug projectiles with muzzle velocities between
     900 and 3,600 feet per second (274 to 1097 meters per second) and
     energy levels to 3,600 foot-pounds. Fully automatic weapons should
     not exceed 200 rounds per minute and two hours duration during a 24
     hour period. Tracer or incendiary rounds are NOT permitted.
     1)    Trap Assembly includes a box-type support frame inclined
           relative to the incoming direction of the projectiles. A volume of
           particulate material inside the box type Trap Assembly covered
           by a self-healing membrane is provided to slow down and
           capture incoming projectiles. The support frame is not be relied
           upon to capture projectiles.
     2)    Support frame includes an inclined bottom wall, a vertical back
           wall, and two sidewalls. Walls are fabricated from sheet metal



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            and supported by a steel truss structure arranged and configured
            to properly support the bottom, back and sidewalls. Support
            trusses are located every 4 to 5 feet (1.2 to 1.5M) along the
            length/width of the trap assembly.
     3)     Support frame includes a recessed target region positioned to
            capture the majority of the projectiles.
     4)     Provide support frame doors, normally closed, positioned
            proximate to the target region, arranged and configured to allow
            a portion of the volume particulate material from the target region
            to be removed from the Trap Assembly through the Support
            Frame when the door is opened.
     5)     Granulate Fill: Fill the space between the self-healing membrane
            cover and the vertical back wall with GranTex rubber granules.
            An anti adhesion material may be interspersed between the
            particles of granular material for increased flow ability.
     6)     Reserve Portion: Trap Assembly includes a reserve portion of
            granulate material located above the target region. When the
            doors described above are opened, the reserve portion of
            granulate material will flow into the target region to maintain a
            constant depth of material in the target region.
     7)     Supplemental Volume: Trap Assembly includes a supplemental
            volume of particulate material being arranged and configured to
            provide a backup for capturing projectiles when the Reserve
            portion described above has flowed into the target region.
            Supplemental volume is separated from the Reserve portion by a
            self-healing barrier.
     8)     Upper frame supports the bullet traps 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) thick AR
            500 (BHN) armor plate slop sheet, to protect the top portion of
            the trap assembly. Armor plate is covered with an air space,
            created by 7/8 inch rubber strips around the perimeter, and a 1/4
            inch (6.5 mm) thick rubber belting, to capture the errant shots not
            redirect them.
     9)     Upper frame is capable of holding up to 5 cubic feet (11.6 cubic
            meters) of GranTex media.
c.   Model LE3500 Rubber Composite Elastic Belting Type: Bullet Trap
     elastic belting is comprised of multiple layers of special lamellas that
     absorb the projectile energy and eliminates all backsplatter fragments.
     Capable of withstanding soft-point rifle and sub-machine-gun
     ammunition with muzzle velocity under 3,600 feet per second and
     energy of 3,600 foot-pounds. Tracer or incendiary rounds are NOT
     permitted.
     1)     Consists of multiple layers of 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) to 1/2 inch (12.5
            mm) thick rubber lamellas that are hung from an overhead steel
            supporting frame in a specific pattern. A square meter of this
            bullet trap will accommodate approximately 50,000 rounds of
            9mm ammunition before replacement is required.
     2)     Supporting frame and metalwork is prefabricated and no field
            cutting or welding is required.
     3)     Cover butts end wall and two side walls of the bullet trap with 1/4
            inch (6.5 mm) AR500 alloy steel with a (500 BHN hardness) for
            additional safety.
     4)     Provide redirective fairings directly in front of the bullet trap on
            each sidewall to redirect stray shots back into the bullet trap.
            Sidewall fairings shall be fabricated of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR 500
            alloy steel with a 500 BHN hardness.
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           6)       Lamella trap has a mini (reduced size) trap in front of the main
                    tarp system located just behind the target system center and the
                    lamellas will be only half the height as the main trap. These are
                    expendable rubber belts that can be easily replaced as the trap
                    is used.
            7)      Provide with a disposable combat curtain In front of the mini trap
                    and across the full width of the range to retain all debris inside
                    the trap system.
2.   Pistol Rated/Steel:
     a.     Model LE2200 Escalator Bullet Trap: Trap designed to recover the
            major portion of bullet particles from lead collection trays accessible
            from behind the trap for periodic salvage. Designed for use with all
            handgun ammunition, all shot shell ammunition including slugs and .22
            caliber rim fire rifle ammunition. Suitable for occasional use of soft
            point rifle and machine gun ammunition with both muzzle velocities and
            energies no greater than 2,000 feet per second and 2,200 foot pounds
            respectively. Not designed to accept armor piercing ammunition.
            Only lead or copper covered lead bullets should be used.
            1)      Trap consists three impact plates, per shooting position,
                    arranged with the trailing edge of the lowest plate covering the
                    leading edge of the next highest plate and extended upward at a
                    mean angle not greater than 40 degrees from the horizontal
                    plane to a height of 92 inches (2337 mm). Each impact plate is
                    entirely flat and sandwiched between tie-down bars securing the
                    plates in position. Impacted bullets are directed upward into the
                    deceleration chamber and spent lead projectiles then travel
                    through collection chute to the foot of the trap. Ceiling slope
                    sheets are 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) hot rolled steel and extend the trap
                    to an effective height of 108 inches (2743 mm). Sidewall plates
                    are fabricated from 10 gauge hot rolled steel.
            2)      Bullet trap and ceiling slope sheets prefabricated with no field
                    cutting or welding required. Trap is a free standing and
                    mechanically bolted assembly with no external bolts exposed to
                    gunfire. Trap designed to support the ceiling slope sheets
                    overhead. The entire assembly, excluding the small sidewall
                    deflectors, shall be self-supporting. Trap shall not have a gap
                    between the ceiling slope sheet and deceleration scrolls, or
                    anywhere else, where bullet projectiles can escape.
            3)      Impact plates fabricated from 5/16 inch AR500 (7.9 mm) thick
                    alloy plate with a (500 BHN hardness). Air foil, lead recovery
                    plates, and deceleration chamber fabricated from 1/4 inch (6.5
                    mm) ballistiplate alloy plates. Deceleration scrolls fabricated
                    with smooth radius curves and opposing style. Alloy plates, other
                    than impact plates, shall be 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR360 (340 to
                    380 BHN hardness).
            4)      All bullet trap components provided with a prime coat of paint at
                    the factory.
            5)      No secondary media, such as sand, oil or water, shall be utilized
                    in conjunction with the bullet trap.
     b.     Model LE2400 Venetian Blind Bullet Trap: Designed to withstand the
            impact of all .22 caliber rim fire rifle ammunition, all handgun
            ammunition up through .44 magnum and all shot shell ammunition
            including slugs. It is not designed to accept armor piercing
            ammunition.
            1)      Consists of five cantilever supported, 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500
                    thick alloy impact plates (500 BHN hardness) installed at an



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                   angle not greater than 35 degrees from the horizontal plane and
                   designed to direct impacted bullets downward into a deceleration
                   chamber with spent lead particles dropping into a large steel
                   collection tray. Impact plates provided with bolt on, 1/4 inch (6.5
                   mm) AR500 thick alloy steel leading edge assemblies to catch
                   and contain backsplatter. Leading edges of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm)
                   AR500 thick alloy ground to a cross sectional area. Ceiling
                   slope sheets, bullet trap sidewall plates and wall deflector plates
                   shall be 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) hot rolled steel.
            2)     Bullet trap and ceiling slope sheets are prefabricated with no
                   field cutting or welding required. Trap is free standing and
                   ceiling slope sheets shall be supported from the trap
            3)     Impact plates fabricated from alloy plate with a AR500 (500 BHN
                   hardness). Alloy plates, other than impact plates, from 1/4 inch
                   (6.5 mm) AR500 alloy plates with a (340 to 380 BHN hardness).
            4)     All bullet trap components receive a prime coat of paint at the
                   factory.
3.   Rifle Rated/Steel: Overall height and depth of the bullet trap shall be as
     indicated on the Drawings.
     a.     Model LE4000 Escalator Bullet Trap: Designed to stop all bullets fired
            from the firing line directly into the bullet trap. Designed for constant
            use with all handgun ammunition including .22, .357, .38, .45, .44
            magnum, with all handgun or machine gun ammunition including 9 mm,
            10 mm, and .40 caliber, all lead shotgun ammunition including 12
            gauge lead slugs, and all soft nose rifle ammunition with muzzle
            energies under 4,000 foot pounds and velocity not exceeding 4,000
            feet per second, including .308, 30 caliber, and .223.
            1)     Trap shall shelter the end of the gallery from wall to wall and
                   from floor to the highest bullet path that can be expected from
                   the firing line. Trap shall extend from the floor to a height of 120
                   inches (3048 mm). Geometry of trap shall be such that any
                   running man, turning targets, or popup targets may be utilized as
                   shown on the Drawings without interference with the trap.
            2)     Trap recovers the bullet particles for periodic salvage.
                   a)      Spent lead sealed pails will collect the spent bullets.
                   b)      Lead collection conveyor system shall move particles into
                           a sealed shipping container.
                           1)     An airborne particulate cartridge filtration system
                                  shall be utilized to draw lead dust from the trap
                                  opening through the containment chamber and lead
                                  conveyor system into a series of low maintenance
                                  cartridge filters. Air shall then pass through a
                                  HEPA assembly with inlet plenum to provide 99.97
                                  percent cleaning efficiency on 12-micron particles
                                  before discharge.
            3)     Construction: Trap is constructed of special heat-treated steel.
                   Frames support the impact plates at a low angle away from the
                   shooter. Lower impact plates and overtrap plates arranged to
                   assure a multiplicity of impacts before the particles enter the
                   chamber for final enervation.
                   a)      Trap is self-supporting and assembled entirely by
                           mechanical joints with no field cutting or welding required
                           for erection or replacement of components. Sidewall and
                           overtrap plates are attached to facility walls and
                           suspended from ceiling.
                   b)      Primary impact plates abrasion resistant AR500 alloy



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                              steel, with 1/4, 3/8, or 1/2 inch thickness, (500 minimum
                              BHN hardness).
                        c)    All surfaces of the trap are factory primed on all sides.
                        d)    Trap is divided into spaces corresponding to shooting
                              points with targets approximately centered on respective
                              impact plates and divisions between impact plates
                              occurring approximately midway between target centers.
                  4)    Services:
                        a)    Electrical requirements: Lead collection conveyor motor:
                              230/460 VAC, 3 phase, 60 Hz; Airborne particulate blower
                              motor: 230/460 VAC, 3 phase, 60 Hz; Airborne particulate
                              pulsing controls: 110 VAC, Single phase, 60 Hz;
                        b)    Compressed air requirements for airborne particulate
                              pulsing: 90 psi

B.   CLEARING TRAPS:
     1.  Pistol:
         a.      Model LE1213 Handgun Clearing Trap: Clearing trap designed to
                 provide a safe and secure location to load and unload a firearm.
                 Designed for use with all handgun ammunition including .22, .357, .38,
                 .45, .44 magnum, 9 mm, 10 mm, and .40 calibers with muzzle velocities
                 between 900 and 2,000 feet per second (274 to 610 meters per
                 second) and energy levels to 2,200 foot-pounds. Tracer or incendiary
                 rounds are NOT permitted. Construction:
                 1)     Exterior sides of the trap 10 gauge (3 mm) alloy steel. Exterior
                        primed and painted in a Red color for maximum visibility.
                 2)     Steel safety backer plate is placed on the bottom of the interior
                        chamber and the chamber filled with granular rubber and
                        covered with a rubber panel.
                 3)     Rubber screen is mounted on the top of the clearing trap to
                        protect against backsplatter. Screen has a slot, into which the
                        weapon is inserted.
                 4)     Steel safety backer plate on the bottom shall not be used as the
                        primary means to terminate a round fired into the trap. It is used
                        as a "fail-safe" component to prevent damage to structures and
                        injury personnel.
                 5)     Clearing trap shall be approximately 35 inches (89 cm) high.
                 6)     Provide with an instruction card mounted to exterior of each trap
                        that is in plain view when a user is clearing a weapon.
     2.  Rifle:
         a.      Model LE1216 Rifle Clearing Trap: Clearing trap designed to provide a
                 safe and secure location to load and unload a firearm. Designed for
                 use with all handgun ammunition including .22, .357, .38, .45, .44
                 magnum, with all handgun or machine gun ammunition including 9 mm,
                 10 mm, and .40 caliber, all lead shotgun ammunition including 12
                 gauge lead slugs, and all soft nose rifle ammunition with muzzle
                 energies under 3,600 foot pounds and velocity not exceeding 3,600
                 feet per second, including .308, 30 caliber, and .223. Tracer or
                 incendiary rounds are NOT permitted. Construction:
                 1)     Exterior sides of the trap 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500 alloy steel
                        except bottom that is 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) AR500 alloy steel.
                        Exterior is primed and painted in a Red color for maximum
                        visibility.
                 2)     Steel safety backer plate is be placed on the bottom of the
                        interior chamber and the chamber filled with granular rubber and
                        covered with a rubber panel.



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                  3)    Rubber screen is mounted on the top of the clearing trap to
                        protect against backsplatter. Screen shall have a slot, into which
                        the weapon is inserted.
                  4)    Steel safety backer plate on the bottom shall not be used as the
                        primary means to terminate a round fired into the trap. It is used
                        as a "fail-safe" component to prevent damage to structures and
                        injury personnel.
                  5)    Clearing trap is approximately 35 inches (89 cm) high.
                  6)    Provide with an instruction card mounted to the exterior of each
                        trap that is in plain view when a user is clearing a weapon.

C.   SHOOTING STALLS
     1.  Pistol Rated Shooting Stalls:
         a.     Model BP10B Bastion Pylon Type Shooting Stall with Barricade: Each
                stall consists of an internal frame secured to the building and to which
                the panels with shelves and various accessories are mounted. Stalls
                are suitable for use with all standard service loads of handgun
                ammunition normally used for gallery range training.
                1)      Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
                        between shooters at the shelf height. They define the firing line
                        as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf height.
                        Stalls shall provide support for other accessories and hardware
                        as specified.
                2)      Pylons: Each stall includes a telescoping tubular steel column to
                        attach to an overhead structure. Frame weldment shall provide
                        a base for attachment to floor. Tubular column serves as a
                        conduit for concealment of the control and communications
                        wiring
                3)      Panels molded ABS construction. Interior of panel shall have
                        layered steel sheeting covering all areas that are not reinforced.
                        Panels are removable for servicing of stalls, controls and
                        accessories.
                        a)      Provide cross members to tie stalls together laterally and
                                provide for mounting drive units of target systems.
                                Lateral members act as raceways for the drive unit and
                                stall wiring.
                        b)      Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm)
                                from a static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place
                                on the surface and should recover completely after
                                removal of the force.
                        c)      Each right-hand stall surface shall have an alcove in which
                                a spent brass receptacle is attached.
                        d)      Provide with removable spent brass receptacle, steel
                                approximately 8 inches (203 mm) wide by 6 inches (152
                                mm) high, and 3 inches (76 mm) deep. Receptacle
                                recessed into an alcove on the right stall wall to minimize
                                protrusion.
                4)      Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
                        mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
                        to telescoping tubular members within stalls. Lateral members
                        also act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
                5)      Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
                        static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
                        surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
                        force.
                6)      Provide reinforced ABS drop shelf for each stall so that each



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           shooter may use his shelf when needed or drop it out of the way
           for prone shooting.
           a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                    lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                    handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                    for spent brass.
           b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                    edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                    slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                    hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
     7)    Barricades provided for all stall members. Barricades not less
           than 30 inches (762 mm) high and 14 inches (356 mm) wide and
           hinged at the firing line vertical edges of stalls. Provided with
           shot-pin type of locks to secure them in their right, left and center
           positions. Construct of rigid ABS panels finished in black color
           and suitably reinforced to withstand weight of shooters when
           leaning against them.
     8)    Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
           surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
           Light terminal provided with separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
           green, amber and red signal lights.
b.   Model BP10E Bastion Pylon Type Shooting Stall with Blast Shield:
     Each stall consists of an internal frame that is secured to the building
     and to which the panels with shelves and various accessories are
     mounted. Stalls are suitable for use with all standard service loads of
     handgun ammunition normally used for gallery range training.
     1)    Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
           between shooters at the shelf height. They shall define the
           firing line as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf
           height. Stalls shall further provide support for other accessories
           and hardware as specified.
     2)    Pylons: Each stall includes a telescoping tubular steel column to
           attach to an overhead structure. Frame weldment provides a
           base for attachment to the floor. Tubular column serve as a
           conduit for concealment of the control and communications
           wiring
     3)    Divider members consisting of two layers of 14-gage steel shall
           be completely enclosed by panels on both sides and the wall
           members by panels on their open sides. Panels molded ABS
           construction. Interior of panel shall have layered steel sheeting
           covering all areas that are not reinforced. Panels are removable
           for servicing of the stalls, controls and accessories.
           a)       Provide cross members to tie stalls together laterally and
                    provide for mounting drive units of target systems.
                    Lateral members act as raceways for the drive unit and
                    stall wiring.
           b)       Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm)
                    from a static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place
                    on the surface and should recover completely after
                    removal of the force.
           c)       Each left-hand stall surface shall have a depressed alcove
                    for housing the control elements and for providing a small
                    shelf surface.
           d)       Lower surface of the alcove shall have a resilient surface
                    so that a box of ammunition may be rested upon it when
                    the main shelf is dropped.



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            e)      Provide with removable spent brass receptacle, steel
                    approximately 8 inches (203 mm) wide by 6 inches (154
                    mm) high, and 3 inches (76 mm) deep. Receptacle
                    recessed into an alcove on the right stall wall to minimize
                    protrusion.
           f)       Light terminal for the signal light system shall be built into
                    the left stall surface as high and far forward as internal
                    construction permits. The light terminal shall provide
                    separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter, green, amber and red
                    signal lights.
     4)    Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
           mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
           to telescoping tubular members within stalls. Lateral members
           also act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
     5)    Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
           static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
           surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
           force.
     6)    Provide reinforced "West Point" type ABS drop shelf for each
           stall so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or
           drop it out of the way for prone shooting.
           a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                    lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                    handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                    for spent brass.
           b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                    edges of shelves. On bottom side of shelves, provide
                    slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                    hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
     7)    Gate Barricade is a 60 inches high by 11-3/4 inches (2985 mm)
           wide by 3/4 inches (19 mm) thick, Formica covered wood panel.
           It is stored on the downrange right hand side of the shooter
           along with the blast shield. When the shooter wants to use the
           barricade for strong hand/weak hand shooting, the shelf must be
           lowered, then the barricade is moved into place by swinging the
           panel right-to-left (similar to a door) to the center of the shooting
           position. Center arm has a shot-pin lock that passes through
           both the arm and the hinge bracket when the barricade is in the
           use position.
     8)    Provide blast panels extending downrange from the firing line to
           prevent the muzzle blast from neighboring shooters from
           interfering with each other. Each blast panel extends 24 inches
           (610 mm) downrange and to a height of 72 inches (1829 mm)
           above the floor. Panels are replaceable and made of acoustical
           material to absorb shock waves.
     9)    Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
           surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
           Light terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
           green, amber and red signal lights.
c.   Model BP10U Bastion Pylon Type Shooting Stall with Blast Shield:
     Each stall consists of an internal frame that is secured to the building
     and to which the panels with shelves and various accessories are
     mounted. Stalls are suitable for use with all standard service loads of
     handgun ammunition normally used for gallery range training.
     1)    Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
           between shooters at the shelf height. They define the firing line



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             as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf height.
             Stalls shall further provide support for other accessories and
             hardware as specified.
     2)      Pylons: Each stall shall include a tubular steel column to attach
             to an overhead structure. Frame weldment shall provide a base
             for attachment to the floor. Tubular column also serve as a
             conduit for concealment of the control and communications
             wiring
     3)      Dividers members consisting of two layers of 14-gage steel shall
             be completely enclosed by panels on both sides and the wall
             members by panels on their open sides. Panels molded ABS
             construction. Interior of panel shall have layered steel sheeting
             covering all areas that are not reinforced. Panels are removable
             for servicing of the stalls, controls and accessories
     4)      Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
             mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
             to telescoping tubular members within stalls. Lateral members
             also act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
     5)      Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
             static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
             surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
             force.
     6)      Provide reinforced "West Point" type ABS drop shelf for each
             stall so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or
             drop it out of the way for prone shooting.
             a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                      lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                      handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                      for spent brass.
             b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                      edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                      slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                      hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
     7)      Provide blast panels extending downrange from the firing line to
             prevent the muzzle blast from neighboring shooters from
             interfering with each other. Each blast panel extends 24 inches
             (610 mm) downrange and to a height of 72 inches (1829 mm)
             above the floor. Panels are replaceable and made of acoustical
             material to absorb shock waves.
     8)      Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
             surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
             Light terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
             green, amber and red signal lights.
d.   Model BV10B Phoenix Clear View Shooting Stall with Barricade: Each
     stall consists of an internal frame that is secured to the building and to
     which the panels with shelves and various accessories are mounted.
     Stalls are suitable for use with all standard service loads of handgun
     ammunition normally used for gallery range training.
     1)      Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
             between shooters at the shelf height. They shall define the
             firing line as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf
             height. Stalls shall provide support for other accessories and
             hardware as specified.
     2)      Pylons: Each stall includes a tubular steel column to attach to an
             overhead structure. Frame weldment provides a base for
             attachment to the floor. Tubular column also serves as a



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            conduit for concealment of the control and communications
            wiring
     3)     Dividers: Each divider is a 1-1/4 inch (32 mm) clear Plexiglas
            panel integrated into a frame weldment.
     4)     Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
            mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
            to the tubular members within stalls. Lateral members also act
            as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
     5)     Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
            static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
            surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
            force.
     6)     Provide reinforced "West Point" type ABS drop shelf for each
            stall so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or
            drop it out of the way for prone shooting.
            a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                     lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                     handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                     for spent brass.
            b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                     edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                     slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                     hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
     7)     Barricades shall be provided for all stall members. Barricades
            not less than 30 inches (762 mm) high and 14 inches (356 mm)
            wide and hinged at the firing line vertical edges of stalls.
            Provided with shot-pin type of locks to secure them in their right,
            left and center positions. Construct of rigid ABS panels finished
            in black color and suitably reinforced to withstand weight of
            shooters when leaning against them.
     8)     Built light terminal for signal light system into the left stall surface
            as high and far forward as internal construction permits. Light
            terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter, green,
            amber and red signal lights.
e.   Model BV10EB Phoenix Clear View Shooting Stall with Blast Shield
     and Gate Barrier: Each stall consists of an internal frame that is
     secured to the building and to which the panels with shelves and
     various accessories are mounted. Stalls are suitable for use with all
     standard service loads of handgun ammunition normally used for
     gallery range training.
     1)     Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
            between shooters at the shelf height. They shall define the
            firing line as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf
            height. Stalls further provide support for other accessories and
            hardware as specified.
     2)     Pylons: Each stall includes a tubular steel column to attach to an
            overhead structure. Frame weldment provides a base for
            attachment to the floor. Tubular column also serves as a
            conduit for concealment of the control and communications
            wiring
     3)     Dividers: Each divider is a 1-1/4 inch (32 mm) clear Plexiglas
            panel integrated into a frame weldment.
     4)     Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
            mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members shall
            attach to the tubular members within stalls. Lateral members
            shall also act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.



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            5)      Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
                    static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
                    surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
                    force.
            6)      Provide reinforced "West Point" type ABS drop shelf for each
                    stall so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or
                    drop it out of the way for prone shooting.
                    a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                             lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                             handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                             for spent brass.
                    b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                             edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                             slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                             hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
            7)      Gate Barricade is a 60 inches high by 11-3/4 inches (2985 mm)
                    wide by 3/4 inches (19 mm) thick, Formica covered wood panel.
                    It is stored on the downrange right hand side of the shooter
                    along with the blast shield. When the shooter wants to use the
                    barricade for strong hand/weak hand shooting, the shelf must be
                    lowered, then the barricade is moved into place by swinging the
                    panel right-to-left (similar to a door) to the center of the shooting
                    position. Center arm has a shot-pin lock that passes through
                    both the arm and the hinge bracket when the barricade is in the
                    use position.
            8)      Provide blast panels extending downrange from the firing line to
                    prevent the muzzle blast from neighboring shooters from
                    interfering with each other. Each blast panel extends 24 inches
                    (610 mm) downrange and to a height of 72 inches (1829 mm)
                    above the floor. Panels are replaceable and made of acoustical
                    material to absorb shock waves.
            9)      Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
                    surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
                    Light terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
                    green, amber and red signal lights.
2.   Rifle Rated Shooting Stalls:
     a.     Model BP16B Bastion Pylon Type Shooting Stall with Barricade: Each
            stall consists of an internal frame that is secured to the building and to
            which the panels with shelves and various accessories are mounted.
            Stall is suitable for use with all standard service loads of handgun
            ammunition and high-velocity rifle ammunition up to and including the
            M16.
            1)      Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
                    between shooters at the shelf height. They shall define the
                    firing line as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf
                    height. The stalls shall further provide support for other
                    accessories and hardware as specified.
            2)      Pylons: Each stall includes a telescoping tubular steel column to
                    attach to an overhead structure. Frame weldment provides a
                    base for attachment to the floor. Tubular column also serves as
                    a conduit for concealment of the control and communications
                    wiring
            3)      Panels molded ABS construction. Interior of panel shall have
                    layered steel sheeting covering all areas that are not reinforced.
                    Panels are removable for servicing of the stalls, controls and
                    accessories.



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            a)       Provide cross members to tie stalls together laterally and
                     provide for mounting drive units of target systems.
                     Lateral members act as raceways for the drive unit and
                     stall wiring.
            b)       Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm)
                     from a static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place
                     on the surface and should recover completely after
                     removal of the force.
            c)       Each right-hand member provides a removable, spent
                     brass receptacle.
            d)       Provide with removable spent brass receptacle, steel
                     approximately 8 inches (203 mm) wide by 6 inches (152
                     mm) high, and 3 inches (76 mm) deep. Receptacle
                     recessed into an alcove on the right stall wall to minimize
                     protrusion.
     4)     Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
            mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
            to the telescoping tubular members within stalls. Lateral
            members also act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
     5)     Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
            static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
            surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
            force.
     6)     Provide reinforced ABS "West Point" drop shelves for each stall
            so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or drop it
            out of the way for prone shooting.
            a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                     lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                     handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                     for spent brass.
            b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                     edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                     slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                     hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
     7)     Stall extensions shall extend downrange from shooting separator
            24 inches (610 mm) and extend from top of pylon to the floor to
            function as a full-length blast shield. Stall extension shall consist
            of removable white acoustical panels slid into a 14-gage, flat
            black steel frame, which will allow for penetration of a bullet
            without a ricochet.
     8)     Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
            surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
            Light terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
            green, amber and red signal lights.
b.   Model BP16ES Bastion Pylon Type Shooting Stall with Extended Blast
     Shield and Gate Barricade: Each stall consists of an internal frame that
     is secured to the building and to which the panels with shelves and
     various accessories are mounted. Stall is suitable for use with all
     standard service loads of handgun ammunition and high-velocity rifle
     ammunition up to and including the M16.
     1)     Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
            between shooters at the shelf height. They shall define the
            firing line as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf
            height. Stalls provide support for other accessories and
            hardware as specified.
     2)     Pylons: Each stall includes a telescoping tubular steel column to



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           attach to an overhead structure. Frame weldment provides a
           base for attachment to the floor. Tubular column serve as a
           conduit for concealment of the control and communications
           wiring
     3)    Panels molded ABS construction. Interior of panel shall have
           layered steel sheeting covering all areas that are not reinforced.
           Panels are removable for servicing of the stalls, controls and
           accessories.
           a)      Provide cross members to tie stalls together laterally and
                   provide for mounting drive units of target systems.
                   Lateral members act as raceways for the drive unit and
                   stall wiring.
           b)      Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm)
                   from a static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place
                   on the surface and should recover completely after
                   removal of the force.
           c)      Each right-hand stall surface has a depressed alcove for
                   housing the control elements and for a small shelf surface.
                   Each left-hand member provides a removable, spent
                   brass receptacle.
           d)      Provide with removable spent brass receptacle, steel
                   approximately 8 inches (203 mm) wide by 6 inches (152
                   mm) high, and 3 inches (76 mm) deep. Receptacle
                   recessed into an alcove on the right stall wall to minimize
                   protrusion.
     4)    Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
           mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
           to the telescoping tubular members within stalls. Lateral
           members act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
     5)    Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
           static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
           surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
           force.
     6)    Provide reinforced ABS "West Point" drop shelves for each stall
           so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or drop it
           out of the way for prone shooting.
           a)      Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                   lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                   handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                   for spent brass.
           b)      Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                   edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                   slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                   hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
     7)    Stall extensions shall extend downrange from shooting separator
           24 inches (610 mm) and extend from top of pylon to the floor to
           function as a full-length blast shield. Stall extension shall consist
           of removable white acoustical panels slid into a 14-gage, flat
           black steel frame, which will allow for penetration of a bullet
           without a ricochet.
     8)    Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
           surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
           Light terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
           green, amber and red signal lights.
c.   Model BV10REB Phoenix Clear View Shooting Stall with Blast Shield
     and Gate Barrier: Each stall consists of an internal frame that is



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secured to the building and to which the panels with shelves and
various accessories are mounted. Stalls are suitable for use with all
standard service loads of handgun and rifle ammunition normally used
for gallery range training.
1)      Stalls provide not less than 24 inches (610 mm) of separation
        between shooters at the shelf height. They shall define the
        firing line as located at their edges nearest the bullet trap at shelf
        height. Stalls shall further provide support for other accessories
        and hardware as specified.
2)      Pylons: Each stall includes a telescoping tubular steel column to
        attach to an overhead structure. Frame weldment provides a
        base for attachment to the floor. Tubular column serves as a
        conduit for concealment of the control and communications
        wiring
3)      Dividers: Each divider is a 1-1/4 inch (32 mm) clear panel
        integrated into a frame weldment.
4)      Provide cross members to tie the stalls together laterally and for
        mounting drive units of target systems. Cross members attach
        to the telescoping tubular members within stalls. Lateral
        members act as raceways for the drive unit and stall wiring.
5)      Stall members shall not deflect more than 1 inch (25 mm) from a
        static force of 40 pounds (18 Kg) applied any place upon their
        surfaces and should recover completely after removal of the
        force.
6)      Provide reinforced "West Point" type ABS drop shelf for each
        stall so that each shooter may use his shelf when needed or
        drop it out of the way for prone shooting.
        a)       Provide shelves with resilient surfaces for weapons; raised
                 lips to prevent accidental drop off; muzzle rest to support
                 handguns with muzzles pointed downrange; and tray area
                 for spent brass.
        b)       Mount left end of shelves on hinge pins on the downrange
                 edges of shelves. On the bottom side of shelves, provide
                 slideable locking members that when extended hook on
                 hinge pins of adjacent shooting points.
7)      Gate Barricade is a 60 inches high by 11-3/4 inches (2985 mm)
        wide by 3/4 inches (19 mm) thick, Formica covered wood panel.
        It is stored on the downrange right hand side of the shooter
        along with the blast shield. When the shooter wants to use the
        barricade for strong hand/weak hand shooting, the shelf must be
        lowered, then the barricade is moved into place by swinging the
        panel right-to-left (similar to a door) to the center of the shooting
        position. Center arm has a shot-pin lock that passes through
        both the arm and the hinge bracket when the barricade is in the
        use position.
8)      Provide blast panels extending downrange from the firing line to
        prevent the muzzle blast from neighboring shooters from
        interfering with each other. Each blast panel extends 24 inches
        (610 mm) downrange and to a height of 72 inches (1829 mm)
        above the floor. Panels are replaceable and made of acoustical
        material to absorb shock waves.
9)      Built light terminal for the signal light system into the left stall
        surface as high and far forward as internal construction permits.
        Light terminal shall provide separate, 1 inch (25 mm) diameter,
        green, amber and red signal lights.




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D.   SAFETY CEILINGS
     1.  Pistol Rated Safety Ceilings:
         a.     Model JG12: System based on the air-space principle that utilizes an
                air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back surface so
                that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the back
                surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
                1)     Ceiling system shelter the entire gallery from a height of 8 feet
                       (2.4 m) above the floor from the firing line downrange and shall
                       be based on shooting from the lowest position normally used for
                       a range of the specified type. Sheltered area shall extend from
                       1 inch (25 mm) of either sidewall.
                2)     Air-space ceiling panels pre-fabricated in units of approximately
                       4 feet square for ease of handling. Dimensions may be altered to
                       suit the requirements of facility. Panels furnished complete with
                       all suspension hardware.
                       a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                               4-inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood of
                               5/8 inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on
                               the back with hot rolled galvanized steel plate of 10 gauge
                               minimum thickness. Entire assembly rigidly constructed
                               using screws, lag bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6
                               inch (152 mm) maximum center distances.
                       b)      Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for
                               attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing
                               contiguous panels to each other.
                       c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                               of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                               attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
         b.     Model JG12B (Heavy Duty): System based on the air-space principle
                that utilizes an air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back
                surface so that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the
                back surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
                1)     Ceiling system shelters the entire gallery from a height of 8 feet
                       (2.4 m) above the floor from the firing line downrange and shall
                       be based on shooting from the lowest position normally used for
                       a range of the specified type. Sheltered area shall extend from
                       1 inch (25 mm) of either sidewall.
                2)     Air-space ceiling panels pre-fabricated in units of approximately
                       4 feet square (.37 sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be
                       altered to suit the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished
                       complete with all suspension hardware.
                       a)      Panels shall consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51
                               mm) by 4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished
                               plywood of 5/8 inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and
                               covered on the back with hot rolled galvanized steel plate
                               of 3/16 inch (4.8 mm) AR 200 minimum thickness. Entire
                               assembly shall be rigidly constructed using screws, lag
                               bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6 inch (152 mm)
                               maximum center distances.
                       b)      Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for the
                               attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                               contiguous panels to each other.
                       c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                               of 3/16 inch (4.8 mm) welded, zinc plated chain or suitable
                               attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
     2.  Rifle Rated Safety Ceilings:



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           a.     Model JG12C: System is based on the air-space principle that utilizes
                  an air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back surface so
                  that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the back
                  surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
                  1)     Ceiling system shelters the entire gallery from a height of 8 feet
                         (2.4 m) above the floor from the firing line downrange and shall
                         be based on shooting from the lowest position normally used for
                         a range of the specified type. Sheltered area shall extend from
                         1 inch of either sidewall.
                  2)     Air-space ceiling panels pre-fabricated in units of approximately
                         4 feet square (.37 sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be
                         altered to suit the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished
                         complete with all suspension hardware.
                         a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                                 4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood of
                                 5/8 inch (15.9 mm) lumber minimum thickness and
                                 covered on the back with a minimum of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm)
                                 AR500 steel plate. Entire assembly shall be rigidly
                                 constructed using screws, lag bolts or ring-shank nails
                                 spaced on 6 inch (152 mm) maximum center distances.
                         b)      Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for the
                                 attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                                 contiguous panels to each other.
                         c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                                 of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                                 attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
           b.     Model JG12D (Heavy Duty): System is based on the air-space principle
                  that utilizes an air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back
                  surface so that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the
                  back surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
                  1)     Ceiling system shelters the entire gallery from a height of 8 feet
                         (2.4 m) above the floor from the firing line downrange and shall
                         be based on shooting from the lowest position normally used for
                         a range of the specified type. Sheltered area shall extend from
                         1 inch (25 mm) of either sidewall.
                  2)     Air-space ceiling panels pre-fabricated in units of approximately
                         4 feet square (.37 sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be
                         altered to suit the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished
                         complete with all suspension hardware.
                         a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                                 4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood of
                                 5/8 inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on
                                 the back with a minimum of 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) (6.5 mm)
                                 AR500 steel plate. Entire assembly rigidly constructed
                                 using screws, lag bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6
                                 inch (152 mm) maximum center distances.
                         b)      Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for
                                 attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                                 contiguous panels to each other.
                         c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                                 of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                                 attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.

E.   BAFFLES
     1.   Pistol Rated Baffles
          a.     Model JA4: Baffle based on the air-space principle that utilizes an air



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     space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back surface so that
     bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the back surface,
     their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
     1)      Sheltered area shall extend from 1 inch (25 mm) of either
             sidewall.
     2)      Baffles pre-fabricated in units of approximately 4 feet square (.37
             sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be altered to suit the
             requirements of the facility. Panels furnished complete with all
             suspension hardware.
             a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                     4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood 5/8
                     inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on the
                     back with hot rolled galvanized steel plate of 10 gauge
                     minimum thickness. Entire assembly rigidly constructed
                     using screws, lag bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6
                     inch (152 mm) maximum center distances.
             b)      Provide panels with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for
                     attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                     contiguous panels to each other.
             c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                     of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                     attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
b.   Model JA4B (Heavy Duty): System based on the air-space principle
     that utilizes an air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back
     surface so that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the
     back surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
     1)      Sheltered area shall extend from 1 inch (25 mm) of either
             sidewall.
     2)      Baffles pre-fabricated in units of approximately 4 feet square (.37
             sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be altered to suit the
             requirements of the facility. Panels furnished complete with all
             suspension hardware.
             a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                     4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood 5/8
                     inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on the
                     back with Prime painted steel plate of 3/16 inch AR200
                     minimum thickness. Entire assembly rigidly constructed
                     using screws, lag bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6
                     inch (152 mm) maximum center distances.
             b)      Provide panels with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for
                     attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                     contiguous panels to each other.
             c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                     of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                     attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
c.   Model JA2B (Heavy Duty): Baffle based on the air-space principle that
     utilizes an air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back
     surface so that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the
     back surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
     1)      Sheltered area shall extend from 1 inch (25 mm) of either
             sidewall.
     2)      Baffles pre-fabricated in units of approximately 2 feet by 4 feet
             square (.18 sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be altered
             to suit the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished
             complete with all suspension hardware.
             a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by



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                   4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood 5/8
                   inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on the
                   back with prim painted steel plate of 3/16 inch AR200
                   minimum thickness. Entire assembly constructed using
                   screws, lag bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6 inch
                   (152 mm) maximum center distances.
            b)     Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for
                   attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                   contiguous panels to each other.
            c)     Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                   of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                   attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
d.   Model JA8 (Heavy Duty): Airspace Baffle provided to secure the top of
     granular bullet type traps from misdirected shots. Baffle shelters the top
     of the trap and is designed so that bullets striking the baffle, are
     trapped between the front surface and the steel back surface. All parts
     are able to withstand direct hits from all mid-range target ammunition
     and regular service ammunition, including magnum, from handguns,
     and shotguns. Armor piercing ammunition shall not be used.
     1)     Baffles extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the range sidewalls, or
            into an area sheltered by other ballistic protection.
     2)     Provide baffle with provision for appropriate mounting including
            attachments to overhead structures. All mounting hardware shall
            be provided.
     3)     Back surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of
            3/16 inch (4.76 mm) and shall be manufactured from heat
            treated AR200 armor plate.
     4)     Front surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of 1/4
            inch (6.5 mm) and shall be manufactured from conveyor belting.
            Front surface shall be held off the back surface by using one
            layer of 7/8 inch (22.22 mm) thick belting on all four sides. Spent
            rounds shall be contained in the airspace.
e.   Model JA8B (Heavy Duty): Airspace Baffle provided to secure the top
     of granular bullet type traps from misdirected shots. Baffle shall shelter
     the top of the trap and be designed so that any bullets striking the
     baffle shall be trapped between the front surface and the steel back
     surface. All parts shall be able to withstand direct hits from all
     mid-range target ammunition and regular service ammunition, including
     magnum, from handguns, and shotguns. Armor piercing ammunition
     shall not be used.
     1)     Baffles shall extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the range
            sidewalls, or into an area sheltered by other ballistic protection.
     2)     Provide baffle with provision for appropriate mounting including
            attachments to overhead structures. All mounting hardware shall
            be provided.
     3)     Back surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of
            3/16 inch (4.76 mm) and shall be manufactured from heat
            treated AR200 armor plate.
     4)     Front surface of baffle shall have a minimum thickness of 3/8
            inch (9.5 mm) and shall be manufactured from conveyor belting.
            Front surface shall be held off the back surface by using one
            layer of 7/8 inch (22.22 mm) thick belting on all four sides. Spent
            rounds shall be contained in the airspace.
     5)     Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting of No.
            2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable attachment
            hardware that provides vertical adjustment.



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2.   Rifle Rated Baffles:
     a.     Model JA4C: Baffles based on the air-space principle that utilizes an air
            space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back surface so that
            bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the back surface,
            their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
            1)      Sheltered area shall extend from 1 inch (25 mm) of either
                    sidewall.
            2)      Air-space baffles pre-fabricated in units of approximately 4 feet
                    square for ease of handling. Dimensions may be altered to suit
                    the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished complete with
                    all suspension hardware.
                    a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                            4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood of
                            5/8 inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on
                            the back with 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500 minimum
                            thickness. Entire assembly constructed using screws, lag
                            bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6 inch (152 mm)
                            maximum center distances.
                    b)      Provide panels with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for the
                            attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                            contiguous panels to each other.
                    c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                            of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                            attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
     b.     Model JA4D (Heavy Duty): Baffles based on the air-space principle that
            utilizes an air space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back
            surface so that bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the
            back surface, their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
            1)      Sheltered area shall extend from 1 inch (25 mm) of either
                    sidewall.
            2)      Air-space baffles pre-fabricated in units of approximately 4 feet
                    square (.37 sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be altered
                    to suit the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished
                    complete with all suspension hardware.
                    a)      Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                            4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood of
                            5/8 inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on
                            the back with 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) AR500 minimum
                            thickness. Entire assembly constructed using screws, lag
                            bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6 inch (152 mm)
                            maximum center distances.
                    b)      Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for the
                            attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                            contiguous panels to each other.
                    c)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                            of 3/16 inch (4.76 mm) welded, zinc plated chain or
                            suitable attachment hardware that provides vertical
                            adjustment.
     c.     Model JA2C: Baffles based on the air-space principle that utilizes an air
            space between a soft frontal surface and a hard back surface so that
            bullets may enter the front but after ricocheting off the back surface,
            their particles cannot escape through the entrance holes.
            1)      Sheltered area shall extend from 1 inch (25 mm) of either
                    sidewall.
            2)      Air-space baffles pre-fabricated in units of approximately 2 feet
                    by 4 feet (.18 sm) for ease of handling. Dimensions may be



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            altered to suit the requirements of the facility. Panels furnished
            complete with all suspension hardware.
            a)     Panels consist of frames constructed of 2 inch (51 mm) by
                   4 inch (102 mm) lumber faced with unfinished plywood of
                   5/8 inch (15.9 mm) minimum thickness and covered on
                   the back with 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500 minimum
                   thickness. Entire assembly constructed using screws, lag
                   bolts or ring-shank nails spaced on 6 inch (152 sm)
                   maximum center distances.
            b)     Panels provided with suitable cleats or eye-bolts for the
                   attachment of suspension hardware, and for securing the
                   contiguous panels to each other.
            c)     Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting
                   of No. 2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable
                   attachment hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
d.   Model JA8C (Heavy Duty): Redirective cove shelter the area behind it
     and is designed so that bullets hitting the cove are trapped or contained
     so nothing can be directed at the bullet trap or shooters. All parts of the
     cove shall be able to withstand, without damage, direct hits from all
     mid-range target ammunition and regular service ammunition from
     handguns and shotguns, except armor piercing but including magnum
     ammunition.
     1)     Cove shall extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the building
            structure at both ends or into the area sheltered by other
            members.
     2)     Provide cove with provisions for appropriate mounting. For
            overhead suspension from structure use 2/0 twin loop,
            zinc-plated chain with "S" hooks and turnbuckles provided by the
            manufacturer.
     3)     All parts shall be of materials and construction suitable for the
            class of service designated. Material used shall be a minimum
            of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500 heat treated armor plate.
     4)     Covering used to trap the projectiles is 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) thick
            conveyor belting held off the plate at the edges using a layer of
            7/8 inch (22.22 mm) thick belting. Spent rounds will be trapped
            in the airspace.
     5)     Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting of No.
            2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable attachment
            hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
e.   Model JA8D (Heavy Duty): Airspace Baffle provided to secure the top
     of granular bullet type traps from misdirected shots. Baffle shall shelter
     the top of the trap and be designed so that any bullets striking the
     baffle shall be trapped between the front surface and the steel back
     surface. All parts subjected to gunfire during normal operation shall be
     able to withstand direct hits from all mid-range target ammunition and
     regular service ammunition, including magnum, from handguns,
     shotguns and rifles. Armor piercing ammunition shall not be used.
     1)     Baffles shall extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the range
            sidewalls, or into an area sheltered by other ballistic protection.
     2)     Provide baffle with provision for appropriate mounting including
            attachments to overhead structures. All mounting hardware shall
            be provided.
     3)     Back surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of 3/8
            inch (9.5 mm) and shall be manufactured from heat treated
            AR500 armor plate.
     4)     Front surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of 1/4



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                        inch (6.5 mm) and shall be manufactured from conveyor belting.
                        Front surface shall be held off the back surface by using one
                        layer of 7/8 inch (22.22 mm) thick belting on all four sides. Spent
                        rounds shall be contained in the airspace.
                  5)    Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting of 3/16
                        inch welded, zinc plated chain or suitable attachment hardware
                        that provides vertical adjustment.

F.   REDIRECTIVE GUARDS
     1.   Pistol Rated Redirective Guards:
          a.     Model JR5B: Redirective cove shelters the area behind it and is
                 designed so that bullets hitting the cove are redirected down-range
                 toward the bullet trap so nothing can be directed at the shooters. All
                 parts shall be able to withstand, without damage, direct hits from all
                 mid-range target ammunition and regular service ammunition from
                 handguns and shotguns, except armor piercing.
                 1)      Cove shall extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the building
                         structure at both ends or into the area sheltered by other
                         members.
                 2)      Provide cove with provisions for appropriate mounting. For
                         overhead suspension from structure use 2/0 twin loop,
                         zinc-plated chain with "S" hooks and turnbuckles provided by the
                         manufacturer.
                 3)      All parts of the system shall be of materials and construction
                         suitable for the class of service designated. Material shall be a
                         minimum of 3/16 inch (4.8 mm) AR 200 armor plate steel.
                 4)      Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting of No.
                         2/0 twin loop, zinc plated chain and suitable attachment
                         hardware that provides vertical adjustment.
     2.   Rifle Rated Redirective Coves:
          a.     Model JR5C: Redirective cove shelters the area behind it and is
                 designed so that bullets hitting the cove are redirected down-range
                 toward the bullet trap so nothing can be directed at the shooters. All
                 parts of the cove shall be able to withstand, without damage, direct hits
                 from all mid-range target ammunition and regular service ammunition
                 from handguns and shotguns, except armor piercing.
                 1)      Cove shall extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the building
                         structure at both ends or into the area sheltered by other
                         members.
                 2)      Provide cove with provisions for appropriate mounting. For
                         overhead suspension from structure use 2/0 twin loop,
                         zinc-plated chain with "S" hooks and turnbuckles provided by the
                         manufacturer.
                 3)      All parts of the system shall be of materials and construction
                         suitable for the class of service designated. Material used shall
                         be a minimum of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500 armor plate.
          b.     Model JR5D (Heavy Duty): Redirective cove shelters the area behind
                 it and is designed so that bullets hitting the cove are redirected
                 down-range toward the bullet trap so nothing can be directed at the
                 shooters. All parts of the cove shall be able to withstand, without
                 damage, direct hits from all mid-range target ammunition and regular
                 service ammunition from handguns and shotguns, except armor
                 piercing.
                 1)      Cove shall extend to within 1 inch (25 mm) of the building
                         structure at both ends or into the area sheltered by other
                         members.



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                  2)    Provide cove with provisions for appropriate mounting. For
                        overhead suspension from structure use 2/0 twin loop,
                        zinc-plated chain with "S" hooks and turnbuckles provided by the
                        manufacturer.
                  3)    All parts of the system shall be of materials and construction
                        suitable for the class of service designated. Material used shall
                        be a minimum of 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) AR500 armor plate.
                  4)    Provide with appropriate suspension hardware consisting of 3/16
                        inch welded, zinc plated chain or suitable attachment hardware
                        that provides vertical adjustment

G.   SPECIALTY GUARDS
     1.   Pistol Rated Specialty Guards
          a.     Model JR7: Redirective guard secures the range from misdirected
                 shots and redirect bullets hitting the guard away from shooters. All
                 parts of the guard shall be able to withstand, without damage, direct
                 hits from all regular service ammunition from handguns and shotguns
                 and magnum ammunition, except armor piercing.
                 1)      Provide guard with provisions for appropriate mounting by
                         anchor bolts or other devices.
                 2)      All parts of the guard shall be of materials and construction
                         suitable for the class of service designated. The material used
                         shall be a minimum of 10 gauge galvanized steel factory formed.
          b.     Model JR3: Redirective wall guard for small area protective use. Guard
                 shelters the area behind it and designed to redirect bullets hitting the
                 guard away from shooters. All parts of the guard shall be able to
                 withstand, without damage, direct hits from all regular service
                 ammunition from handguns and shotguns and magnum ammunition,
                 except armor piercing.
                 1)      Provide guard with provisions for appropriate mounting by
                         anchor bolts or other devices.
                 2)      All parts of the guard shall be of materials and construction
                         suitable for the class of service designated. Material shall be 10
                         gauge galvanized armor steel factory formed.
     2.   Rifle Rated Specialty Guards:
          a.     Model JR7C: Redirective guard secures the range from misdirected
                 shots and redirect bullets hitting the guard away from shooters. All
                 parts of the guard shall be able to withstand, without damage, direct
                 hits from all rifle target ammunition and regular service ammunition
                 from handguns and shotguns and magnum ammunition, except armor
                 piercing.
                 1)      Provide guard with provisions for appropriate mounting by
                         anchor bolts or other devices.
                 2)      All parts of the guard shall be of materials and construction
                         suitable for the class of service designated. Material used shall
                         be a minimum of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR500 factory formed.
          b.     Model JR3C: Redirective wall fairing guard secures the range from
                 misdirected shots and redirect bullets hitting the guard away from
                 shooters. All parts of the guard shall be able to withstand, without
                 damage, direct hits from all rifle target ammunition and regular service
                 ammunition from handguns and shotguns and magnum ammunition,
                 except armor piercing.
                 1)      Provide guard with provisions for appropriate mounting by
                         anchor bolts or other devices.
                 2)      All parts of the guard shall be of materials and construction
                         suitable for the class of service designated. Material used shall



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                         be a minimum of 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) AR 500 factory formed and
                         welded.

H.   BALLISTIC FLOOR AND WALL TREATMENTS
     1.   Pistol Rated Ballistic Floor and Wall Treatments:
          a.     Model BWA: Combat Wall System designed for use with all handgun
                 and shotgun ammunition up to and including 40 caliber/12 ga. 00 buck.
                 1)     Combat Wall System shall consist of 10 gauge steel plate
                        mounted to the walls. There is 3/4 inch thick by 2 inch (51 mm)
                        rubber stripe mounted to steel plate to create an air space for the
                        bullets to be contained in. On the outer surface there is a 1/4
                        inch (6.5 mm) conveyor belt rubber layer mounted to the rubber
                        strips to make a soft penetrable surface to allow the bullets to be
                        contained inside the air space.
                 2)     System is modular to facilitate ease of installation in the field and
                        can be preassembled or assembled in the field at the site.
          b.     Model BWB Ballistic Combat Wall System (Heavy Duty): Combat Wall
                 System designed for use with all handgun and shotgun ammunition up
                 to and including 40 caliber/12 gauge 00 buck.
                 1)     Combat Wall System consists of 3/16 inch thick AR200 steel
                        plate mounted to the walls. There is 3/4 inch (19 mm) thick by 2
                        inch (52 mm) rubber strips mounted to the steel plate to create
                        an air space for the bullets to be contained in. On the outer
                        surface there is a 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) conveyor belt rubber layer
                        mounted to the rubber strips to make a soft penetrable surface to
                        allow the bullets to be contained inside the air space.
                 2)     System is modular in design to facilitate ease of installation in
                        the field and can be preassembled or assembled in the field at
                        the site.
     2.   Rifle Rated Ballistic Floor and Wall Treatments:
          a.     Model BWC Ballistic Wall System: Hanging Wall System designed for
                 use with all handgun, shotgun and rifle ammunition up to and including
                 the .223 rifle ammunition.
                 1)     Hanging Wall System consists of rubber panels and rubber/wood
                        constructed with air spaces in such a manner as to allow
                        penetration through the self-healing outer rubber surface.
                        Standard wall becomes the backing for the occasional shots
                        fired. Projectile will be captured within the air space and all
                        chance of ricochet will be eliminated.
                 2)     System is modular to facilitate ease of installation. System
                        includes all rubber/wooden framing, rubber panels, and
                        assembly fasteners. Panel firmly secured to the rubber/wooden
                        frame at both top and bottom of the wall.
                 3)     Front side of the wall baffle shall have 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) rubber
                        belting.
                 4)     Back surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of 1/4
                        inch (6.5 mm) and is manufactured from heat treated AR500
                        armor plate.
          b.     Model BWD Ballistic Wall System (Heavy Duty): Hanging Wall System
                 designed for use with all handgun, shotgun and rifle ammunition up to
                 and including the .223 rifle ammunition.
                 1)     Hanging Wall System consists of rubber panels and rubber/wood
                        constructed with air spaces in such a manner as to allow
                        penetration through the self-healing outer rubber surface.
                        Standard wall becomes the backing for the occasional shots
                        fired. Projectile will be captured within the air space and all



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                         chance of ricochet will be eliminated.
                  2)     System is modular to facilitate ease of installation. System
                         includes all rubber/wooden framing, rubber panels, and
                         assembly fasteners. Panel shall be firmly secured to the
                         rubber/wooden frame at both top and bottom of the wall.
                 3)      Front side of the wall baffle shall have 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) rubber
                         belting.
                 4)      Back surface of the baffle shall have a minimum thickness of 3/8
                         inch (9.5 mm) and shall be manufactured from heat treated
                         AR500 armor plate.
           c.    Model MCW-2 Finished Second Side for BWC or BWD: Unfinished
                 plywood face.
     3.    Absorption Acoustical Foam:
           a.    Model No. AAF-Class1: 2 inch (51 mm) acoustical sculptured melamine
                 foam as indicated on the range layout drawing and mounted on the
                 safety ceiling and baffles, from the firing line downrange toward the
                 bullet trap.
                 1)      Attach foam to bare walls or wood panels with structural
                         adhesive provided with acoustical foam.
                 2)      If indicated on the drawings, mount additional materials to the
                         walls behind the firing line for additional acoustical absorption.
                 3)      Absorption acoustical foam sculptured surface contour is based
                         on the anechoic wedge principle and presents a surface area
                         300 percent greater than a flat surface. Melamine foam
                         provides superior noise reduction characteristics, resists
                         crushing from physical contact, and is rated for ASTM E-84
                         Class 1 flammability.
     4.    Shredded Rubber Plank:
           a.    Model SRP: Shredded rubber plank manufactured of high strength,
                 coarse shredded SBR rubber stock, bound with a highly elastic
                 polyurethane binder and molded under high compression and heat until
                 fully cured. Polyurethane binders shall be of MDI type and contain no
                 heavy metals. SBR rubber stock shall be free of metal, fiber and other
                 similar deleterious substances.
                 1)      Thickness: 1.7 inches (43 mm).
                 2)      Physical Properties:
                         a)      Density: Minimum 50 pcf.
                         b)      Tensile Strength: Greater than 160 psi.
                         c)      Elongation: Greater than 160 percent.
                         d)      Flash Point: Greater than 650 degrees F.
                         e)      Accelerated Aging: 2500 hours, Weatherometer - no
                                 change
                         f)      Freeze/Thaw: Minus 58 degrees F, 40 Cycles - no change
                         g)      Electrical Conductivity (Siemans): 1.1 x 10-4 or better.
                         h)      Compression Endurance: 10,000 cycles/10 ton - no
                                 deterioration
                 3)      Flammability: When tested in accordance with ASTM D-2859,
                         the material shall be rated "pass."

I.   TARGET SYSTEMS
     1.  Model XWT 360 degree Target Oscillation: Monorail Type system allows the
         target to be turned from a center concealed position through a 90 degrees arc
         for a total of 360- degrees, to expose either the right or left face in less than
         0.5 seconds in either direction. Equipment intended for full-time activities with
         mid-range handgun/rifle ammunition. Any portion 60 inches downrange of
         the firing line must be able to withstand occasional impact from misdirected



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bullets from proper courses of fire. The rail, front exposed surfaces of the
carrier, rail hangers and the stops, are able to withstand occasional direct
impacts of all ammunition that may be fired in the type of range specified.
a.     Supports all bulls-eye and silhouette targets up to and including the
       B21 and B27 silhouette targets with the use of target backers.
       1)      Provides automatic redundant stops at the firing line and single
               automatic stop at the butts end.
       2)      Targets travel speed is variable up to of 8 feet per second and
               stop close enough to the designated target lines so that the
               differences are not perceptible to the shooters at the firing line.
               (plus or minus 3/8 of an inch)
       3)      Target holders for offhand targets support the targets so that top
               edges are approximately 70 inches (1778 mm) from the floor.
b.     Design Requirements: Design to assure long service life with minimal
       service when operated full-time for the class of service specified.
       1)      Monorail assembly consists of square sections with a horizontal
               distance across the open end of the rail shall not be less than 2
               inches (52 mm). Minimum weight of rail shall not be less than
               2.5 pounds per lineal foot. Rail sections and hangers are
               assembled by bolted connections. Provide with suspension
               hangers and anti-sway restraints to minimize longitudinal and
               lateral movement of rail.
       2)      Target carrying cars, steel construction with a steel, slanted prow
               facing the shooters. Carriers provided with steel dust guards.
       3)      Carriers ride on (4) upper and (4) lower resilient wheels and
               contain all the mechanisms for the target transport. Two of the
               lower wheels shall be driven by a DC electric motor located
               inside the carrier body.
       4)      Target carriers have identifying numerals (a minimum of 4 inches
               (102 mm) high) on the front of the cars.
       5)      Primary frontal section of target carrier body shall be made from
               3/8 inch (9.5 mm) AR500 armor plate.
       6)      Vertical section that protects the rotating shaft must also be
               made from 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) AR500 armor plate.
       7)      On-board battery powers the carrier assembly. Carrier shall
               automatically be charged whenever the carrier is in the Home
               (firing Line) position by a separate charging system.
       8)      Target carrier shall have an on-board microprocessor to control
               the carrier operations that will wirelessly communicate to the
               Local Control Unit (LCU) via a WiFi system.
c.     Operations: For linear positional accuracy, the carrier shall have
       sensors that will measure relative position and speed of the carrier, as
       well as a home sensor. Sensors communicate with the on-board
       processor.
       1)      To provide 360 degree target presentations, a DC gear motor
               shall be located on the carrier assembly.
       2)      Output shaft of the motor shall be mechanically connected to the
               target holder with a resilient coupling.
       3)      Assembly provided with eclectic sensors that will provide precise
               position information to the on-board processor.
       4)      5.5 inch wide target holder deflectors manufactured from 3/8 inch
               (9.5 mm) AR500 armor plate. Clamping system used shall have
               adjustable tension jaws and depth adjustable teeth that
               perforates and grips the target backer.
       5)      Target carrier shall house a protected target illumination light
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      illumination and shall be adjustable up to (10) levels of
      brightness.
6)    Track shall be assembled from 12 gage galvanized steel
      sections with a "T" top for the attachment of overhead support
      grippers. Track sections shall be mechanically joined and the
      support grippers shall provide one inch vertical adjustment.
      Track sections shall be of a design that will shed spent brass or
      other debris.
7)    No cables or wires shall extend beyond the firing line. Track shall
      not be electrified for target movement or operations of any kind.
8)    Rating of the environment in which it is used.
9)    Operational parameters for the use of this system are: 0 plus or
      minus 40 degree C and storage environment of minus 40 to
      plus 70 degree C. System is designed for non-condensing
      humidity for indoor applications.
10)   No overhead obstructions like motors, control boxes or other
      obstructions are allowed to enhance the airflow at the range at
      the firing line.
11)   Power for the unit is provided for at the firing line for the shooting
      stall crossmember system.
12)   Control and logic functions are low-voltage powered (27 VDC
      maximum). Control and logic signals have a minimum of a 5-volt
      threshold for noise immunity. Wiring within electronics chassis by
      printed circuit boards wherever applicable. All connections to
      chassis shall be by barrier strips.
13)   Target Oscillation: System permits targets to be turned from a
      center concealed position to expose either the right or left side in
      either direction or continues in one direction for 360 degrees.
      Each target may be edged or exposed on either side at anytime
      while it is at its distance stops, while traveling to or from the firing
      line, and independent of all other targets.
14)   Oscillation pod has a descender that carries the bottom bearing
      of the target spindle to which the target holder is attached. All
      surfaces subjected to direct hits are angled so that the major
      bullet particles are deflected downrange.
15)   Omni Stop feature: Provides the ability to place the targets down
      range at any distance in feet, yards or meters giving the shooters
      the ability to move their targets to any position on the monorail
      between the firing line and the last target line without the use of
      signaling devices at those positions attached to the track.
16)   Omni-Stop allows the target system operator to select the target
      line distance in one foot, one yard or one meter increments, and
      transport the target carrier to that location, all by simple key
      press commands on the local control.
17)   Omni-Stop operating principle involves a counting device in the
      target system drive unit. The counter is a solid state,
      non-contact assembly, which is synchronized with the drive unit
      movement of the target carrier. Carrier travel distance is
      monitored by the counter and compared with the distance to the
      selected target line. When the two distances match, the carrier
      is immediately stopped.
18)   Each time the target carrier reaches the "home" position (firing
      line) or the end of track far stop, the counter is reset and zeroed.
      For maximum target line distance accuracy, the carrier must be
      transported to the selected stop from the "home" position or the
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                    generated as the carrier moves back and forth between
                    intermediate stops.
2.   Model RTS 360 degree Target Oscillation: Monorail Type system allows the
     target to be turned from a center concealed position through a 90 degrees arc
     for a total of 360- degrees, to expose either the right or left face in less than
     0.5 seconds. Equipment intended for full-time activities with mid-range
     handgun ammunition. Any portion 60 inches downrange of the firing line
     must be able to withstand occasional impact from misdirected bullets from
     proper courses of fire. The rail, front exposed surfaces of the carrier, rail
     hangers and the stops, are able to withstand occasional direct impacts of all
     ammunition that may be fired in the type of range specified.
     a.      Supports all bulls-eye and silhouette targets up to and including the
             B21 and B27 silhouette targets with the use of target backers.
     b.      Provides automatic redundant stops at the firing line and single
             automatic stop at the butts end.
     c.      Targets travel at an average speed of 5 feet per second and stop close
             enough to the designated target lines so that the differences are not
             perceptible to the shooters at the firing line.
     d.      Target holders for offhand targets support the targets so that top edges
             are approximately 70 inches (1778 mm) from the floor.
             1)     Design Requirements: Designed to assure long service life with
                    minimal service when operated full-time for the class of service
                    specified.
             2)     Monorail assembly consists of formed sections with a horizontal
                    distance across the open end of rail shall not be less than 2
                    inches (52 mm), and height not be less than 4-3/4 inches (121
                    mm). Minimum weight of rail shall not be less than 2.5 pounds
                    per lineal foot. Rail sections and hangers are assembled by
                    bolted connections. Provide with suspension hangers and
                    anti-sway restraints to minimize longitudinal and lateral
                    movement of rail.
             3)     Target carrying cars, steel construction with a steel, slanted prow
                    facing the shooters. Carriers provided with steel dust guards.
                    Carriers ride on resilient wheels and contain all the mechanisms
                    for the target transport. Target carriers have identifying numerals
                    (a minimum of 4 inches (102 mm) high) on the front of the cars.
             4)     Drive units contain the motor and an electronics chassis for
                    target-control logic and interfacing with the control system. Unit
                    bolts to the rail at a suitable distance behind the firing line. Unit is
                    provided with ABS enclosures that do not require painting.
             5)     Firing line terminal stops are attached to drive unit and/or to rails
                    and positioned to terminate the return travel so that targets can
                    be scored and changed. Stops shall provide sufficient distance
                    between the firing line and the at-rest positions so that the
                    targets can be changed conveniently without shooters having to
                    move ahead of firing line.
             6)     Drive units provided with entrance boxes containing conductors
                    for connection to 115-VAC electrical power. Provided with
                    individual overload protection, a running light and a power
                    switch.
             7)     Control and logic functions of the drive units are low-voltage
                    powered (27 VDC maximum). Control and logic signals have a
                    minimum of a 5-volt threshold for noise immunity. Wiring within
                    electronics chassis by printed circuit boards wherever applicable.
                    All connections to chassis shall be by barrier strips. All relays of
                    the enclosed, plug-in type.



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     e.       Target Oscillation: System permits targets to be turned from a center
              concealed position to expose either the right or left side in either
              direction. Each target may be edged or exposed on either side at
              anytime while it is at its distance stops, while traveling to or from the
              firing line, and independent of all other targets.
              1)       Double-acting oscillation is provided by a replaceable oscillation
                       pod that is bolted to the bottom of the target car. It contains a
                       gear-motor oscillation motor direct, coupled to the target spindle
                       together with necessary limit switches to control oscillation.
              2)       Both power and control signals for oscillation is provided by a
                       steel buss wire suspended parallel to the main monorail. A
                       commutator on the oscillation pod engages the buss wire and
                       prevents swinging of the car as it travels and during oscillation.
              3)       Oscillation pod has a descender that carries the bottom bearing
                       of the target spindle to which the target holder is attached. All
                       surfaces subjected to direct hits are angled so that the major
                       bullet particles are deflected downrange.
     f.       Omni Stop feature: Provides the ability to place the targets down range
              at any distance in feet, yards or meters giving the shooters the ability to
              move their targets to any position on the monorail between the firing
              line and the last target line without the use of signaling devices at those
              positions attached to the track.
              1)       Omni-Stop allows the target system operator to select the target
                       line distance in one foot, one yard or one meter increments, and
                       transport the target carrier to that location, all by simple key
                       press commands on the local control.
              2)       Omni-Stop operating principle involves a counting device in the
                       target system drive unit. The counter is a solid state,
                       non-contact assembly, which is synchronized with the drive unit
                       movement of the target carrier. Carrier travel distance is
                       monitored by the counter and compared with the distance to the
                       selected target line. When the two distances match, the carrier
                       is immediately stopped.
              3)       Each time the target carrier reaches the "home" position (firing
                       line) or the end of track far stop, the drive unit counter is reset
                       and zeroed. For maximum target line distance accuracy, the
                       carrier must be transported to the selected stop from the "home"
                       position or the far stop. This eliminates the small accumulating
                       errors generated as the carrier moves back and forth between
                       intermediate stops.
3.   Model RTS-360L degree Target Oscillation: Monorail Type system allows the
     target to be turned from a center concealed position through a 90 degrees arc
     for a total of 360 degrees, to expose either the right or left face in less than
     0.5 seconds. Equipment intended for full-time activities with mid-range
     handgun ammunition. Any portion 60 inches (1524 mm) downrange of the
     firing line must be able to withstand occasional impact from misdirected
     bullets from proper courses of fire. The rail, front exposed surfaces of the
     carrier, rail hangers and the stops, are able to withstand occasional direct
     impacts of all ammunition that may be fired in the type of range specified.
     a.       Supports all bulls-eye and silhouette targets up to and including the
              B21 and B27 silhouette targets.
              1)       Provides automatic redundant stops at the firing line and single
                       automatic stop at the butts end.
              2)       Targets travel at an average speed of 5 feet per second and stop
                       close enough to the designated target lines so that the
                       differences are not perceptible to the shooters at the firing line.



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     3)       Target holders for offhand targets support the targets so that top
              edges are approximately 70 inches (1778 mm) from the floor.
b.   Design Requirements: Designed to assure long service life with
     minimal service when operated full-time for the class of service
     specified.
     1)       Monorail assembly consists of formed sections with a horizontal
              distance across the open end of rail shall not be less than 2
              inches (51 mm), and height not be less than 4-3/4 inches (121
              mm). Minimum weight of rail shall not be less than 2.5 pounds
              per lineal foot. Rail sections and hangers are assembled by
              bolted connections. Provide with suspension hangers and
              anti-sway restraints to minimize longitudinal and lateral
              movement of rail.
     2)       Target carrying cars, steel construction with a steel, slanted prow
              facing the shooters. Carriers provided with steel dust guards.
              Carriers ride on resilient wheels and contain all the mechanisms
              for the target transport. Target carriers have identifying numerals
              (a minimum of 4 inches (102 mm) high) on the front of the cars.
     3)       Drive units contain the motor and an electronics chassis for
              target-control logic and interfacing with the control system. Unit
              bolts to the rail at a suitable distance behind the firing line. Unit is
              provided with ABS enclosures that do not require painting.
     4)       Firing line terminal stops are attached to drive unit and/or to rails
              and positioned to terminate the return travel so that targets can
              be scored and changed. Stops shall provide sufficient distance
              between the firing line and the at-rest positions so that the
              targets can be changed conveniently without shooters having to
              move ahead of firing line.
     5)       Drive units provided with entrance boxes containing conductors
              for connection to 115-VAC electrical power. Provided with
              individual overload protection, a running light and a power
              switch.
     6)       Control and logic functions of the drive units are low-voltage
              powered (27 VDC maximum). Control and logic signals have a
              minimum of a 5-volt threshold for noise immunity. Wiring within
              electronics chassis by printed circuit boards wherever applicable.
              All connections to chassis shall be by barrier strips. All relays of
              the enclosed, plug-in type.
c.   Target Oscillation, Double Acting: System permits targets to be turned
     from a center concealed position to expose either the right or left side.
     Each target may be edged or exposed on either side at anytime while it
     is at its distance stops, while traveling to or from the firing line, and
     independent of all other targets.
     1)       Double-acting oscillation is provided by a replaceable oscillation
              pod that is bolted to the bottom of the target car. It contains a
              gear-motor oscillation motor direct, coupled to the target spindle
              together with necessary limit switches to control oscillation.
     2)       Both power and control signals for oscillation is provided by a
              steel buss wire suspended parallel to the main monorail. A
              commutator on the oscillation pod engages the buss wire and
              prevents swinging of the car as it travels and during oscillation.
     3)       Oscillation pod has a descender that carries the bottom bearing
              of the target spindle to which the target holder is attached. All
              surfaces subjected to direct hits are angled so that the major
              bullet particles are deflected downrange.
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           at any distance in feet, yards or meters giving the shooters the ability to
           move their targets to any position on the monorail between the firing
           line and the last target line without the use of signaling devices at those
           positions attached to the track.
           1)     Omni-Stop allows the target system operator to select the target
                  line distance in one foot, one yard or one meter increments, and
                  transport the target carrier to that location, all by simple key
                  press commands on the local control.
           2)     The Omni-Stop operating principle involves a counting device in
                  the target system drive unit. The counter is a solid state,
                  non-contact assembly, which is synchronized with the drive unit
                  movement of the target carrier. Carrier travel distance is
                  monitored by the counter and compared with the distance to the
                  selected target line. When the two distances match, the carrier
                  is immediately stopped.
           3)     Each time the target carrier reaches the "home" position (firing
                  line) or the end of track far stop, the drive unit counter is reset
                  and zeroed. For maximum target line distance accuracy, the
                  carrier must be transported to the selected stop from the "home"
                  position or the far stop. This eliminates the small accumulating
                  errors generated as the carrier moves back and forth between
                  intermediate stops.
     e.    Onboard Target Carrier Light: Adjustable intensity target lighting at any
           downrange target distance.
           1)     Target light is mounted on the front of the carrier and is protected
                  by frontal armor. A commutation buss wire supplies the low
                  voltage power to the lamp. Target system controls the power
                  applied to the lamp to set the lighting intensity from one of 10
                  levels or turn off the light.
           2)     When the target point is operating under local (individual)
                  control, the lighting level can be set locally at the EF5 Individual
                  Control Unit to 10 values: 0 (off) through 10 (maximum
                  intensity). When the target system is operated under master
                  control from the RangeMaster 9000, lighting level can be set for
                  all targets or selected targets from the Lighting Control Window.
                  If desired, lighting levels may be set individually to different
                  levels for each target lane.
           3)     Lighting control functions in one of two modes:
                  a)      Uninterrupted mode, in which target lights stay on
                          regardless of the target orientation.
                  b)      Automatic mode, which turns the lights on when the target
                          exposes and off when the target conceals.
4.   Model CBN Monorail Target System: Consists of monorail track, suspension
     system supports, upper target carrier body, lower carrier target holder
     assembly, drive unit drive cable, take-up assembly, and electronic control
     module. System has the capability of stopping at 1 foot, yard or meter
     increments down range with allowable coast.
     a.    Upper target carrier body is a welded steel fabrication with 4 upper and
           2 lower adjustable rubber wheels. Front face of target carrier is
           positioned no more than 30 degrees to deflect misdirected shots down
           range toward the bullet trap. The main target control components are
           housed in a separate drive unit and not in the target carrier. The upper
           target carrier body has provisions for attachment of the galvanized
           steel drive cable and the lower carrier target holder/turner weldment.
           Unit is factory painted brown.
     b.    Drive unit consists of a steel frame, drive train and motor. The



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            assembly shall be bolted to the booth supported insta-wire or cross
            tube. Steel frame shall be a welded, rigid, electro-galvanized steel
            fabrication. Provided with a fractional HP motor size selected for the
            intended use.
     c.     Solid state electronic drive control module is provided with receptacles
            for connection to AC power source, drive motor, individual control,
            master control, and 2 plug-in relay microprocessor controlled printed
            circuit board. Controller has the capability to send the target carrier to
            any position on the track in one foot increments plus or minus 1 percent
            with allowable coast. Control circuitry is housed in the painted drive
            unit assembly wit easy access by the removal of two thumb screws on
            each side of the assembly.
     d.     To provide 180 degree target presentations, a 24 volt DC gear motor is
            mounted on the lower carrier interchangeable target holder assembly.
            Assembly is fabricated from steel and shall be attached to upper carrier
            by 4 bolts. Output shaft of motor is mechanically connected to target
            holder with a resilient coupling. Provide assembly with electrical and
            mechanical limits to achieve precise 180 degree EDGE/FACE-L,
            FACE-L/FACE-R and EDGE/FACE-R movements. The 5-1/2 inch
            (12.5 mm) wide target holder deflectors are fabricated from alloy steel
            and have adjustable tension jaws that perforate and grip the target and
            backer. Replaceable alloy target holder deflectors shall deflect all
            misdirected shots toward the bullet trap.
     e.     Monorail track is assembled from 12 gauge formed electro-galvanized
            interlocking sections with a channel top for the attachment of overhead
            support grippers. Track sections are mechanically joined and the
            support grippers provide 1 inch (25 mm) of vertical adjustment. Track
            assembly shall not utilize bus wire type technology with carbon pick up
            brush. Terminal end of track is fitted with take-up assembly containing
            2 guide pulleys and 1 adjustable take-up pulley.
5.   Model CEE, CasRail Econoline Monorail Target Retrieval System: The target
     retrieval systems are an electrically operated, monorail type. Equipment is
     intended for full-time activities with mid-range handgun ammunition. The
     equipment shall be able to withstand occasional impacts from misdirected
     bullets from proper courses of fire when the carrier cars are at target lines.
     The front exposed surfaces of the carrier, rail hangers and stops shall be able
     to withstand occasional direct impacts of all ammunition that may be fired by
     most handguns.
     a.     Functional Requirements: System shall support transport all bull's eye
            and silhouette targets up to and including the B29 and B30 silhouette
            targets with cardboard backers.
            1)      Provide with an offhand target holder that will suspend targets for
                    handgun shooting so that the top edge is approximately 70
                    inches (1778 mm) above the floor and securely hold the targets
                    and quickly release them when desired for changing.
     b.     Design Requirements: Systems designed to assure long service life
            with minimum service when operated full-time for the class of service
            specified.
            1)      Monorail is modular with pieces that slide together for
                    installation. Monorail shape is made to provide a place where
                    drive cable can be protected during operation. There is also a flat
                    track on each side of the vertical section used for target carriers
                    to ride back and forth.
            2)      Target carrier car consists of a steel chassis with 4 rubber
                    wheels that ride on the monorail. Carrier fabricated with a vertical
                    recess into which target spindles are attached.



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           3)      Terminal stop consists of a bracket for attachment and provides
                   a means for attaching the monorail and a mating member of the
                   carrier-car stabilizing member and turnaround ball-bearing
                   pulleys for the cable.
            4)     Drive unit houses motor power, rated at 117 VAC that moves the
                   target carrier back and forth. Local control switch is mounted on
                   the shooting stall divider and activates the motor to go
                   downrange or back to the firing line. At any place in between
                   the ends of the monorail track, the target carrier can be stopped
                   by letting go of the momentary switch, which stops the target
                   carrier in either direction. Motor is a 1/3 hp unit and which
                   requires a separate 20 AMP circuit for every two drive units.
            5)     Provide wide target holders for full-size police silhouette targets.
                   They shall consist of two target-holding clips located 18 inches
                   (457 mm) apart and connect to a common descender.
6.   Model CEB, Electric Target Retrieval System (Trolley wire type, electrically
     powered.): Target retrieval systems shall be electrically operated trolley-wire
     type. Equipment is intended for full-time activities with midrange handgun
     ammunition. Equipment shall be able to withstand occasional impacts from
     misdirected bullets from proper courses of fire when the carrier cars are at the
     target lines. Front exposed surfaces of the carrier, rail hangers and stops
     shall be able to withstand occasional direct impacts of all ammunition that
     may be fired in the type of range specified.
     a.     Functional Requirements: System provides control of the target
            transport by means of trolley wire with internal connections for remote
            115 vac control instead of switch in drive unit.
            1)     Provide an offhand target holder for each system that will
                   suspend all bull's-eye targets for gallery courses so that their top
                   edge will be approximately 70 inches (1778 mm) above the floor.
                   It shall securely hold the targets and quickly release them when
                   desired for changing.
            2)     Provide prone adapters to suspend the targets so their top edges
                   are approximately 24 inches (610 mm) above the floor.
            3)     Targets travel at an average speed of 5 feet per second and stop
                   within plus or minus one inch of their designated intermediate
                   and terminal stops and be within this longitudinal distance of
                   each other at designated stops.
     b.     Design Requirements: Systems designed to assure long service life
            with minimum service when operated full-time for the class of service
            specified.
            1)     Trolley wire is 11-gage galvanized steel wire and is strung
                   between a terminal stop at the target line and a stop at the firing
                   line. Provide with tension adjustment device for trolley wire and
                   tension so it has sag of 6 to 9 inches (152 to 229 mm) from the
                   horizontal.
            2)     Target-carrier car consists of a steel chassis with four
                   ball-bearing wheels that ride on the trolley wire and is provided
                   with a vertical recess into which target spindles may be attached.
                   Stabilizing member shall seat into a mating member at terminal
                   stop and provide a means for attachment of puller cords.
            3)     Terminal stop consists of a bracket for attachment and provide a
                   means for attaching the trolley wire, a mating member for seating
                   against the carrier-car stabilizing member and turnaround
                   ball-bearing pulleys for puller cords.
            4)     Firing-line stop consists of a ball-bearing pulley assembly that
                   terminates the retrieval travel of the carrier car and redirects the



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                    puller cord towards the drive unit and also provides a means for
                    attachment and tension adjustment of the trolley wire.
             5)     Drive unit provides the power for traveling the carrier car.
                    Provided with brackets for mounting to lateral member across
                    the range near the firing line. Provide a cushioned stop for
                    terminating the return travel of the carrier car. Unit provided
                    with a removable molded ABS cover for service access with the
                    number of the shooting point on its rear face.
             6)     Provide drive units with an entrance box with knockouts for
                    connection to the 115 vac electrical power. Each drive unit shall
                    be provided with individual overload protection.
             7)     Provide system with puller cord consisting of 1/8-inch (3 mm),
                    nylon cord.
             8)     Provide wide target adapters with clips 18 inches (457 m) apart
                    to carry all law enforcement targets up to the full-size B21 and
                    B27 silhouette targets without backers.
7.   Model CTC-D, Target Carrier System: Target retrieval systems shall be
     manually operated trolley-wire type. Equipment is intended for full-time
     activities with mid-range handgun ammunition and be able to withstand
     occasional impacts from misdirected bullets from proper courses of fire when
     the carrier cars are at the target lines. The front exposed surfaces of the
     carrier, rail hangers and stops shall be able to withstand occasional direct
     impacts of all ammunition that may be fired by most handguns.
     a.      Functional Requirements: System capable of transporting all bull's eye
             and silhouette targets up to and including the B29 and B30 silhouette
             targets with or without cardboard backers.
             1)     Provide an offhand target holder for each system that will
                    suspend targets for handgun shooting so that their top edge will
                    be approximately 70 inches (1778 mm) above the floor. It shall
                    securely hold the targets and quickly release them when desired
                    for changing.
             2)     Provide a prone target holder or each system to suspend targets
                    so their top edge will be approximately 18 inches (457 mm)
                    above the floor for prone shooting and rifle targets. Both
                    holders shall be of the quick-release type.
             3)     Provide wide target holders for full-size police silhouette targets
                    consisting of two target-holding clips located 18 inches (457 mm)
                    apart and connected to a common descender.
     b.      Design Requirements: Design system to assure long service life with
             minimum service when operated full-time for the class of service
             specified.
             1)     Trolley wire shall be 11-gage galvanized steel wire that is strung
                    between a terminal stop at the target line and a stop at the
                    firing-line. Provide with a tension adjustment and tension so that
                    the maximum sag of 6 inches at the center of the range.
             2)     Target carrier car consists of a steel chassis with four
                    ball-bearing wheels that ride on the trolley wire and provided with
                    a vertical recess into which target spindles may be attached.
                    Provide carrier with a stabilizing member those seats into a
                    mating member at the terminal stop and intermediate stops with
                    a means for attachment of the puller cords.
             3)     Terminal stop consists of a bracket for attachment. Provide
                    stop with a means of attaching trolley wire and a mating member
                    for seating against the carrier-car stabilizing member and
                    turnaround ball-bearing pulleys for puller cords.
             4)     Firing-line stop consists of a ball-bearing pulley assembly that



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                   terminates the retrieval travel of the carrier car and redirects the
                   puller cord towards the hand wheel. It shall also provide a
                   means for attachment and tension adjustment on the trolley wire.
           5)      Provide hand wheel for manually traveling carrier car. Support
                   hand wheel in an assembly that provides a bearing in a mounting
                   block for attachment.
           6)      Provide suitable ball-bearing pulley assemblies for directing the
                   puller cord from the firing line stop to the hand wheel assembly
                   and puller cord for rigging the system. Puller cord shall be low
                   stretch specially fabricated for this service and shall be 0.11 inch
                   (2.7 mm) diameter, 8 strand, open weave, polypropylene with
                   bonded fiberglass core.
           7)      Provide intermediate stops with the same stopping features of
                   the terminal stops. Stops shall be movable into and out of the
                   paths of target cars by manually setting them and shall mount
                   onto brackets dropped from the ceiling or to lateral members
                   across the range.
8.   Model DP65V, Portable Ground or Overhead Mounted Pursuit Target System
     with Variable Speed Control:
     a.    Provide complete with all required components to set up and operate a
           target on a standard beam-style track.
     b.    Design so all components can be quickly attached to a standard steel
           I-beam track using ordinary hand tools with no track drilling to
           assemble. Track may be permanently mounted on the range or it can
           be portable.
     c.    Moving target components (excluding the track) are fully portable and
           easily carried by one person.
     d.    Set-up time onto a previously installed track takes about 15 minutes.
           Any of the components can be removed from the track in a few minutes
           for servicing, replacement, or to secure the range overnight.
     e.    Drive unit operates from 117/230 VAC, 60/50 HZ, single phase power.
           Drive unit power cord is equipped with a NEMA 5-15P 3-pin grounding
           plug for convenient connection to the power source.
     f.    Control Console provides the operator with speed control, forward and
           reverse direction selection, and start/stop. Travel direction and stop
           location of the target are determined by the operator on the Control
           Console.
     g.    System includes electrical dynamic braking which causes the target to
           stop instantly from low speed and within approximately 1 foot (0.3
           meters) at high speed.
     h.    Target travel direction can be reversed at any point along the track
           without first commanding it to stop.
     i.    Target carrier is equipped so a lath or similar material, to which
           cardboard target backing is attached, can be mounted onto the carrier.
           It is capable of handling targets of the Army Type E/F size or smaller.
     j.    Moving target components can be attached to either the front or the
           back side of the track. The drive unit can be located at either end of
           the track. System can be set up with the target above the track, or
           with the target below the track if suspended. Conversion from one
           form to another is accomplished in about 15 minutes, not including
           track installation.
     k.    Design system to allow two independent moving targets to operate on
           one track simultaneously without interference.
     l.    Covers and shields are utilized to protect the components from direct
           exposure to rain and snow.
     m.    System is not self armored and must be protected from live fire by a



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                 baffle, short berm or wall.
     9.    Model DP29, Portable Ground or Overhead Mounted Pursuit Target System
           with DC Variable Speed Control:
           a.    Provide complete with all required components to set up and operate a
                 target on a standard beam-style track.
           b.    Design so all components can be quickly attached to a standard steel
                 I-beam track using ordinary hand tools with no track drilling to
                 assemble. Track may be permanently mounted on the range or it can
                 be portable.
           c.    Moving target components (excluding the track) are fully portable and
                 easily carried by one person.
           d.    Set-up time onto a previously installed track takes about 15 minutes.
                 Any of the components can be removed from the track in a few minutes
                 for servicing, replacement, or to secure the range overnight.
           e.    Drive unit operates from 117/230 VAC, 60/50 HZ, single phase power.
                 Drive unit power cord is equipped with a NEMA 5-15P 3-pin grounding
                 plug for convenient connection to the power source.
           f.    Rangemaster 9000 Control Console provides the operator with speed
                 control, forward and reverse direction selection, and start/stop. Travel
                 direction and stop location of the target are determined by the operator
                 on the Control Console.
           g.    System includes electrical dynamic braking which causes the target to
                 stop instantly from low speed and within approximately 1 foot (0.3
                 meters) at high speed.
           h.    Target travel direction can be reversed at any point along the track
                 without first commanding it to stop.
           i.    Target carrier is equipped so a lath or similar material, to which
                 cardboard target backing is attached, can be mounted onto the carrier.
                 It is capable of handling targets of the Army Type E/F size or smaller.
           j.    Design system to allow for tandem operation of target carriers on a
                 single drive unit.
           k.    The moving target components can be attached to either the front or
                 the back side of the track. The drive unit can be located at either end
                 of the track. System can be set up with the target above the track, or
                 with the target below the track if suspended. Conversion from one
                 form to another is accomplished in about 15 minutes, not including
                 track installation.
           l.    Covers and shields are utilized to protect the components from direct
                 exposure to rain and snow.
           m.    System is not self armored and must be protected from live fire by a
                 baffle, short berm or wall.

J.   AUDIO/VISUAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
     1.   Model BL2 Sight Light Illuminator: Sight illuminators provide optimum lighting
          of the weapon sights. They provide shadowless/glareless light in the general
          area of the sights with a controllable intensity. Provide a separate fixture for
          each shooter as indicated on the Drawings. Locate on the shooting stall
          divider and mount to the left of the shooter in order to eliminate shadows.
          a.     Each fixture contains an incandescent lamp in a receptacle and a
                 dimmer switch. The light is totally concealed but illuminates the area
                 through the opening on the base of the fixture. Dimmer switch is
                 inside of the fixture with control knob protruding on the base where it is
                 easily reached by the shooter.
          b.     Each fixture is housed in an 18-gauge welded steel case with a cream
                 semi-gloss finish.
          c.     Each fixture is powered from the target retrieval system or an available



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            outlet.
            1)      Provide a flexible cord with each fixture to connect to the
                    entrance box of the corresponding target retrieval system drive
                    unit or other receptacle.
            2)      Recommended lamp size is 60-watt incandescent.
            3)      Dimmer is a UL listed solid-state, rated at 600 watts and
                    incorporates an on-off switch.
2.   Model MC65 Beta Sight Lights Sight Light Illuminator: Sight illuminators
     provide optimum lighting of the weapon sights. They provide
     shadowless/glareless light in the general area of the sights with a controllable
     intensity. Provide a separate fixture for each shooting point as shown on the
     Drawings.
     a.     Provide a separate fixture for each shooter located on the
            crossmember that interconnects the shooting stalls with the target
            retrieval system drive units. This is mounted below the target system
            in order to eliminate shadows.
     b.     Each fixture contains an incandescent lamp in a receptacle and a
            dimmer switch. The light is totally concealed but illuminates the area
            through the opening on the base of the fixture. The dimmer switch is
            inside of the fixture with its control knob protruding on the base where it
            is easily reached by the shooter.
     c.     Opening is covered with a hardware cloth guard, allowing light to exit
            but keeping brass from semi (automatic) handguns etc. from reaching
            and breaking the bulb.
     d.     Each fixture is housed in a 16-gauge welded steel case. Finish is a
            textured black semi-gloss.
     e.     Each fixture is powered from the target retrieval system.
     f.     Flexible armored conduit is furnished with each fixture to connect to the
            entrance box of the corresponding target retrieval system drive unit.
            Conduit carries a three conductor grounded line.
     g.     Recommended lamp size is 100-watt incandescent. Dimmer is a UL
            listed solid-state, rated at 600 watts and incorporates an on-off switch.
3.   Model EM15 Signal Light System: Range condition is shown by signal light
     system visible to all shooters in which RED indicates that no shooting is
     allowed, AMBER indicates the shooters should be alert for a change, and
     GREEN indicates the range is secure and shooting may take place according
     to the Rangemaster's instructions.
     a.     System provided with a bank of lights for each shooting point and a
            master control at the Rangemaster's station, a feedback loop consisting
            of a Rangemaster call button at each shooting point and signal-light
            terminals for individual shooters with a signal-light control at the
            Rangemaster's station.
     b.     Provide with signal light system that incorporates a firing-line security
            system so that all condition lights are switched to red if anyone
            advances downrange across the firing line. System consists of a
            photoelectric surveillance system across each shooting stall plus the
            necessary interfacing electronics.
     c.     System consists of a master control panel from which the Rangemaster
            may select the condition lights. Signals from the control panel shall be
            transmitted to the signal light terminals by means of low-voltage lines.
            1)      Control panel includes switches so the Rangemaster may select
                    the condition lights for individual terminals or may operate all
                    in-unison.
            2)      Rangemaster call button in each signal light terminal shall cause
                    the red signal light in that shooting point to illuminate and
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                     control panel that identifies the shooting point. This condition
                     remains until canceled at the call button.
              3)     Provide with firing line security system consisting of one
                     photoelectric system for each shooting bay. Controls shall be
                     mounted on the signal light control portion of the master control
                     panel. Controls consist of a master activation switch, indicator
                     lights to show when the system is activated, a separate violation
                     indicator light for each shooting bay and a reset control for the
                     system.
              4)     Security system shall be a latched type so that once violated, the
                     warning signal remains until the Rangemaster resets it.
4.   Model EM30, Firing Line Security System: System monitors a violation of the
     firing line (someone advances downrange from the firing line). System
     consists of a photo-electric surveillance system that will sound an audible
     alarm within the range to warn those occupying the range of the danger.
     a.       System provided with a master control panel for the firing line security
              system with an indicator light to show when the system is armed, a
              warning light to show when violated, a reset button, and an audible
              alarm on/off switch.
     b.       When system is used with any electronic target system, the targets will
              cease transport and return to the edge position when a security breach
              has occurred
     c.       Provide system with down range doors tied to the security system so if
              the system is activated, and a door is open, the security alert will
              engage.
5.   Model EG58 Audio Communications System (Two-Way Speaker Type - Ten
     Channel Master System): System is a selective type that provides two-way
     audio communications between the Rangemaster and the range room and
     enables the Rangemaster to select any one of up to ten individual channels.
     a.       Functional Requirements: Master control panel enables the system to
              be turned on or off, the channels selected, and talk condition or listen
              condition selected.
              1)     Each channel is represented by a mode switch which allows that
                     channel to be turned off, turned on for individual operation, or
                     turned on for in-unison operation with other channels. A
                     separate on/off switch shall control all channels placed in the
                     in-unison mode.
              2)     Master control has a talk/listen condition switch. When in the
                     talk position, the Rangemaster is heard on all channels in the
                     in-unison mode.
              3)     When the condition switch is in the listen position, the
                     Rangemaster will hear a voice spoke into any one channel
                     whose mode switch is on. He will not hear from channels that
                     are off or in-unison.
     b.       Hardware Requirements: System consists of a master station and
              individual audio terminals.
              1)     Master station consists of a control field which is mounted
                     among the other master controls (if any) and which contains the
                     operational controls. It shall also provide the amplifier and
                     power supply.
              2)     Each channel provided with an audio terminal that consists of
                     both speaker and microphone capabilities that are housed for
                     surface mounting on walls or ceiling as indicated.
              3)     System shall be compatible in electrical characteristics, mounting
                     requirements and appearance to the other equipment in
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6.   Model EG60 Audio Communications System (Two-Way Speaker Type -
     Twenty Channel Master System): The system is a selective type that provides
     two-way audio communications between the Rangemaster and the range
     room and enables the Rangemaster to select any one of up to ten individual
     channels.
     a.    Functional Requirements: Master control panel enables the system to
           be turned on or off, the channels selected, and talk condition or listen
           condition selected.
           1)     Each channel is represented by a mode switch which allows that
                  channel to be turned off, turned on for individual operation, or
                  turned on for in-unison operation with other channels. A
                  separate on/off switch shall control all channels placed in the
                  in-unison mode.
           2)     Master control has a talk/listen condition switch. When in the
                  talk position, the Rangemaster is heard on all channels in the
                  in-unison mode.
           3)     When the condition switch is in the listen position, the
                  Rangemaster will hear a voice spoke into any one channel
                  whose mode switch is on. He will not hear from channels that
                  are off or in-unison.
     b.    Hardware Requirements: System consists of a master station and
           individual audio terminals.
           1)     Master station consists of a control field which is mounted
                  among the other master controls (if any) and which contains the
                  operational controls. It shall also provide the amplifier and
                  power supply.
           2)     Each channel provided with an audio terminal that consists of
                  both speaker and microphone capabilities that are housed for
                  surface mounting on walls or ceiling as indicated.
           3)     System shall be compatible in electrical characteristics, mounting
                  requirements and appearance to the other equipment in
                  specified in this Section.
7.   Model EG71 Audio Communications System (Two-Way Speaker Type - Thirty
     Channel Master System): System is a selective type that provides two-way
     audio communications between the Rangemaster and the range room and
     enables the Rangemaster to select any one of up to ten individual channels.
     a.    Functional Requirements: Master control panel enables the system to
           be turned on or off, the channels selected, and talk condition or listen
           condition selected.
           1)     Each channel is represented by a mode switch which allows that
                  channel to be turned off, turned on for individual operation, or
                  turned on for in-unison operation with other channels. A
                  separate on/off switch shall control all channels placed in the
                  in-unison mode.
           2)     Master control has a talk/listen condition switch. When in the
                  talk position, the Rangemaster is heard on all channels in the
                  in-unison mode.
           3)     When the condition switch is in the listen position, the
                  Rangemaster will hear a voice spoke into any one channel
                  whose mode switch is on. He will not hear from channels that
                  are off or in-unison.
     b.    Hardware Requirements: System consists of a master station and
           individual audio terminals.
           1)     Master station consists of a control field which is mounted
                  among the other master controls (if any) and which contains the
                  operational controls. It shall also provide the amplifier and



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                    power supply.
            2)      Each channel provided with an audio terminal that consists of
                    both speaker and microphone capabilities that are housed for
                    surface mounting on walls or ceiling as indicated.
      c.    System shall be compatible in electrical characteristics, mounting
            requirements and appearance to the other equipment in specified in
            this Section
8.    Model EG66, Speakers Stations for use Master Communications System
      a.    Two-Way Speaker Type to provide two-way audio communications
            between the Rangemaster and the individual channels.
      b.    Functional Requirements: Controlled through the master control panel
            that enable the stations to be turned on or off, the channels selected,
            and talk condition or listen condition selected.
            1)      Each channel shall be represented by a mode switch which shall
                    allow that channel to be turned off, turned on for individual
                    operation or turned on for in-unison operation with other
                    channels.
      c.    Hardware Requirements: Consist of individual audio terminals.
            1)      Each channel shall have an audio terminal consisting of both
                    speaker and microphone capabilities and housed for surface
                    mounting on walls or ceiling as indicated.
            2)      System shall be compatible in electrical characteristics, mounting
                    requirements and appearance to the other equipment in
                    specified in this Section.
9.    Model EG67, Ceiling Speakers Stations for use Master Communications
      System
      a.    Paging Speaker Type to provide one-way audio communications
            between the Rangemaster and the individual channels.
      b.    Functional Requirements: Controlled through the master control panel
            that enable the stations to be turned on or off, the channels selected,
            and talk condition selected.
            1)      Each channel shall be represented by a mode switch which shall
                    allow that channel to be turned off, turned on for individual
                    operation or turned on for in-unison operation with other
                    channels.
      c.    Hardware Requirements: Consist of individual audio terminals.
            1)      Each channel shall have an audio terminal consisting of both
                    speaker and housed for surface mounting on walls or ceiling as
                    indicated.
            2)      System shall be compatible in electrical characteristics, mounting
                    requirements and appearance to the other equipment in
                    specified in this Section.
10.   Model EG55, Stereo Ear Protector System:
      a.    Headset. Headset consists of an adjustable fitting headband and two
            ear cups.
            1)      Headband is equipped with soft cup pads for extra comfort and
                    stability when worn in the over-the-head position. Extra deep
                    cups are filled with special acoustic fibers.
            2)      Acetyl Headband is designed for comfort with initial pressure that
                    is high to ensure best fit, but gradually relaxes after about seven
                    minutes to a more comfortable level.
      b.    Built-in Electronics. Ear Protector has built-in electronics which are
            battery operated.
            1)      Built-in electronics automatically zero-in on sounds in the
                    800-4000 Hz range. (This is the normal frequency range of the
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                   2)    Provide with adjustable volume control that amplifies any sound
                         in these frequencies, as much as 10 dB up to a maximum safe
                         82 dB level.
                   3)    Sounds above or below the voice range are attenuated from an
                         external sound level of between 82 - 102 dB to a comfortable ear
                         cup level of 82 dB.
                   4)    When external noises reach above the 102 dB level, the
                         electronics are shut down for protection. Shut down response
                         time is .5 mili-sec (1/2000 of a second) - the fastest response
                         time available.
            c.     Battery Operated, using a low cost 9-volt battery with a life expectancy
                   of approximately 290 hours of continuous use.
                   1)    Provided with a unique six-hour automatic shut-off feature for
                         maximum battery life.
                   2)    Replacement of battery can be performed within a matter of
                         seconds without damage to electronic circuitry.

K.   CONTROL SYSTEMS
     1.  Model RM9000 Master Control: Provide complete manual and automatic
         (programmed) operation of the firing range.
         a.    General Description: Master control shall consist of the required
               hardware and software components necessary to carry out the
               functions described in this specification.
               1)     Hardware is based on an IBM PC compatible computer with
                      additional components and assemblies as necessary.
               2)     Master control software operates in the Windows XP
                      environment.
         b.    Functional Description: Master control shall provide the following
               functions:
               1)     Manually or automatically control the full potential of all target
                      types required including face-left, face-right, random face,
                      conceal, re-expose last face, pop-up, swing-up, swing-out, hit
                      fall, hit return, hit sensitivity adjust, target illumination, clear hits,
                      hit scores, and target movements such as downrange positioning
                      and return for monorail target systems and lateral direction and
                      speed control for moving target systems.
               2)     Allow entry, editing, permanent storage, retrieval, execution and
                      deletion of conventional courses of fire (one shooter/one target)
                      as well as advanced programs (one shooter/multiple targets).
               3)     Permit starting, stopping, pausing, continuing, and restarting
                      programmed courses and scenarios.
               4)     Stop course in progress in the event of an emergency
                      determined by the operator or automatically upon an
                      encroachment into the secure area protected by the optional
                      security system.
               5)     Download stored programs to selected individual control units.
               6)     Display targets graphically on the monitor in a manner
                      representative of range layout.
               7)     Range display can be zoomed to any level desired by the
                      operator.
               8)     Allow the writing of programmed scenarios to perform automatic,
                      timed target operation.
               9)     Sections of programs can be skipped, repeated, and executed
                      individually.
               10) Provide on-line help through a HELP menu.
               11) Provide dialog boxes, menus, buttons and other boxes as would



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                  be normally associated with Windows-based software.
            12)   Provide the following menu items as a minimum:
                  a)       Controls - selects the various target devices and target
                           control functions.
                  b)       Program - controls all program functions including buttons
                           for Run, Pause, Reset, Step, and Close. Display Status,
                           Elapsed Time, Step, Instruction, Comment, Delay, Cycle.
                  c)       Signals - controls signal light and Rangemaster call
                           functions.
                  d)       Security - controls firing line and door security functions.
                  e)       View - allows zoom in/out and simulation views.
                  f)       Help - on-line help system functions.
           13) Minimum System Requirements: The master control shall consist
                  of the following as a minimum:
                  a)       IBM PC compatible desktop computer.
                  b)       Pentium IV processor, 1.7 MHz.
                  c)       256 MB RAM.
                  d)       40 GB hard disk drive.
                  e)       CD- ROM.
                  f)       VGA Monitor, 17 inch.
                  g)       1 serial and 1 parallel port.
                  h)       Microsoft Windows XP.
                  i)       Range Interface Adaptor.
                  j)       PC to RIA serial cable.
2.   Model RM9000-LT Master Control: Master control shall be providing complete
     manual and automatic (programmed) operation of the firing range.
     a.    General Description: Master control shall consist of the required
           hardware and software components necessary to carry out the
           functions described in this specification.
           1)     Hardware is based on an IBM PC compatible computer with
                  additional components and assemblies as necessary.
           2)     Master control software operates in the Windows XP
                  environment.
     b.    Functional Description: Master control shall provide the following
           functions:
           1)     Manually or automatically control the full potential of all target
                  types required including face-left, face-right, random face,
                  conceal, re-expose last face, pop-up, swing-up, swing-out, hit
                  fall, hit return, hit sensitivity adjust, target illumination, clear hits,
                  hit scores, and target movements such as downrange positioning
                  and return for monorail target systems and lateral direction and
                  speed control for moving target systems.
           2)     Allow entry, editing, permanent storage, retrieval, execution and
                  deletion of conventional courses of fire (one shooter/one target)
                  as well as advanced programs (one shooter/multiple targets).
           3)     Permit starting, stopping, pausing, continuing, and restarting
                  programmed courses and scenarios.
           4)     Stop course in progress in the event of an emergency
                  determined by the operator or automatically upon an
                  encroachment into the secure area protected by the optional
                  security system.
           5)     Download stored programs to selected individual control units.
           6)     Display targets graphically on the monitor in a manner
                  representative of range layout.
           7)     Range display can be zoomed to any level desired by the
                  operator.



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            8)    Allow the writing of programmed scenarios to perform automatic,
                  timed target operation.
           9)     Sections of programs can be skipped, repeated, and executed
                  individually.
           10) Provide on-line help through a HELP menu.
           11) Provide dialog boxes, menus, buttons and other boxes as would
                  be normally associated with Windows-based software.
           12) Provide the following menu items as a minimum:
                  a)       Controls - selects the various target devices and target
                           control functions.
                  b)       Program - controls all program functions including buttons
                           for Run, Pause, Reset, Step, and Close. Display Status,
                           Elapsed Time, Step, Instruction, Comment, Delay, Cycle.
                  c)       Signals - controls signal light and Rangemaster call
                           functions.
                  d)       Security - controls firing line and door security functions.
                  e)       View - allows zoom in/out and simulation views.
                  f)       Help - on-line help system functions.
           13) Provide operation, control or monitoring of optional printer and
                  range support systems such as range lighting and ventilation
                  system malfunction notification.
           14) Minimum System Requirements: The master control shall consist
                  of the following as a minimum:
                  a)       IBM PC compatible Laptop computer.
                  b)       Pentium IV processor, 1.7 MHz.
                  c)       256 MB RAM.
                  d)       40 GB hard disk drive.
                  e)       CD- ROM.
                  f)       VGA Monitor, 17 inch.
                  g)       1 serial and 1 parallel port.
                  h)       Microsoft Windows XP.
                  i)       Range Interface Adaptor.
                  j)       PC to RIA serial cable.
3.   Model RM10000 Master Control: Provide complete manual and automatic
     (programmed) operation of the firing range.
     a.    General Description: Master control shall consist of the required
           hardware and software components necessary to carry out the
           functions described in this specification.
           1)     Hardware is based on an IBM PC compatible computer with
                  additional components and assemblies as necessary.
           2)     Master control software operates in the Windows XP
                  environment.
     b.    Functional Description: Master control shall provide the following
           functions:
           1)     Manually or automatically control the full potential of all target
                  types required including face-left, face-right, random face,
                  conceal, re-expose last face, pop-up, swing-up, swing-out, hit
                  fall, hit return, hit sensitivity adjust, target illumination, clear hits,
                  hit scores, and target movements such as downrange positioning
                  and return for monorail target systems and lateral direction and
                  speed control for moving target systems.
           2)     Allow entry, editing, permanent storage, retrieval, execution and
                  deletion of conventional courses of fire (one shooter/one target)
                  as well as advanced programs (one shooter/multiple targets).
           3)     Permit starting, stopping, pausing, continuing, and restarting
                  programmed courses and scenarios.



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           4)     Stop course in progress in the event of an emergency
                  determined by the operator or automatically upon an
                  encroachment into the secure area protected by the optional
                  security system.
           5)     Download stored programs to selected individual control units.
           6)     Display targets graphically on the monitor in a manner
                  representative of range layout.
           7)     Range display can be zoomed to any level desired by the
                  operator.
           8)     Allow the writing of programmed scenarios to perform automatic,
                  timed target operation.
           9)     Sections of programs can be skipped, repeated, and executed
                  individually.
           10) Provide on-line help through a HELP menu.
           11) Provide dialog boxes, menus, buttons and other boxes as would
                  be normally associated with Windows-based software.
           12) Provide the following menu items as a minimum:
                  a)     Controls - selects the various target devices and target
                         control functions.
                  b)     Program - controls all program functions including buttons
                         for Run, Pause, Reset, Step, and Close. Display Status,
                         Elapsed Time, Step, Instruction, Comment, Delay, Cycle.
                  c)     Signals - controls signal light and Rangemaster call
                         functions.
                  d)     Security - controls firing line and door security functions.
                  e)     View - allows zoom in/out and simulation views.
                  f)     Help - on-line help system functions.
     c.    Minimum System Requirements: Master control shall consist of the
           following as a minimum:
           1)     IBM PC compatible desktop computer.
           2)     Pentium IV processor, 1.7 MHz.
           3)     256 MB RAM.
           4)     40 GB hard disk drive.
           5)     CD- ROM.
           6)     VGA Monitor, Touch screen, 17 inch.
           7)     1 serial and 1 parallel port.
           8)     Microsoft Windows XP.
           9)     Range Interface Adaptor.
           10) PC to RIA serial cable.
           11) Provide with portable hand carry tablet computer with WiFi
                  interface to the RM10000 base station.
           12) Provide with portable PDA hand carry palm size controller
                  connected by WiFi to the RM10000 base station.
4.   Model ATC Controls Master Control: Master control shall be providing
     complete manual and automatic (programmed) operation of the firing range.
     a.    General Description: Master control shall consist of the required
           hardware and software components necessary to carry out the
           functions described in this specification.
           1)     Hardware is based on an IBM PC compatible computer with
                  additional components and assemblies as necessary.
           2)     Master control software operates in the Windows XP
                  environment.
     b.    Functional Description: Master control shall provide the following
           functions:
           1)     Manually or automatically control the full potential of all target
                  types required including face-left, face-right, random face,



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                  conceal, re-expose last face, pop-up, swing-up, swing-out, hit
                  fall, hit return, hit sensitivity adjust, target illumination, clear hits,
                  hit scores, and target movements such as downrange positioning
                  and return for monorail target systems and lateral direction and
                  speed control for moving target systems.
            2)    Allow entry, editing, permanent storage, retrieval, execution and
                  deletion of conventional courses of fire (one shooter/one target)
                  as well as advanced programs (one shooter/multiple targets).
            3)    Permit starting, stopping, pausing, continuing, and restarting
                  programmed courses and scenarios.
            4)    Stop course in progress in the event of an emergency
                  determined by the operator or automatically upon an
                  encroachment into the secure area protected by the optional
                  security system.
            5)    Download stored programs to selected individual control units.
            6)    Display targets graphically on the monitor in a manner
                  representative of range layout.
            7)    Range display can be zoomed to any level desired by the
                  operator.
            8)    Allow the writing of programmed scenarios to perform automatic,
                  timed target operation.
            9)    Sections of programs can be skipped, repeated, and executed
                  individually.
            10) Provide on-line help through a HELP menu.
            11) Provide dialog boxes, menus, buttons and other boxes as would
                  be normally associated with Windows-based software.
            12) Provide the following menu items as a minimum:
                  a)       Controls - selects the various target devices and target
                           control functions.
                  b)       Program - controls all program functions including buttons
                           for Run, Pause, Reset, Step, and Close. Display Status,
                           Elapsed Time, Step, Instruction, Comment, Delay, Cycle.
                  c)       Signals - controls signal light and RangeMaster call
                           functions.
                  d)       Security - controls firing line and door security functions.
                  e)       View - allows zoom in/out and simulation views.
                  f)       Help - on-line help system functions.
            13) Provide operation, control or monitoring of optional printer and
                  range support systems such as range lighting and ventilation
                  system malfunction notification.
            14) Minimum System Requirements: Master control shall consist of
                  the following as a minimum:
                  a)       IBM PC compatible desktop computer.
                  b)       Pentium IV processor, 1.7 MHz.
                  c)       256 MB RAM.
                  d)       40 GB hard disk drive.
                  e)       CD- ROM.
                  f)       VGA Monitor, 17 inch.
                  g)       1 serial and 1 parallel port.
                  h)       Microsoft Windows XP.
                  i)       Range Interface Adaptor.
                  j)       PC to RIA serial cable.
5.   Model EC16, Portable/Fixed Multi-Cycle Timer Console Control: Timer
     Console is a multiple cycle device used to control up to six banks of turning
     targets. It can be installed in a fixed location, such as a control tower, or it
     can be portable and moved up and down the range plugging into downrange



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     terminals.
     a.     Controller: Controlling electronics of the multiple cycle timer allows the
            user to select the following range of times for each function:
            1)     Number of cycles: 1 - 999
            2)     Expose times: 1 - 999
            3)     Conceal times: 1 - 999
            4)     Delay in start time: 1 - 999
            5)     (Any combination of times is possible - Times are in seconds)
     b.     Times and cycles selected can control up to six individual target banks
            or individual targets. That could be (face/edge or pop-up/pop-down) as
            well as banks of turning targets connected together to face/edge the
            targets using a single drive unit.
     c.     Control console is powered by a standard electrical outlet and has a
            connector to plug into the downrange target control wiring harness data
            line.
     d.     Standard line cord is 6 feet in length and the standard data line harness
            is 66 feet.
     e.     Downrange terminal is a pair of AC and DC terminal boxes with ballistic
            protection as required based on the type and range layout. One has a
            weather-proof duplex plug and the other has a weatherproof DC line
            connector on.
     f.     Power requirement Timer Console is 117V AC, single cycle, 60HZ, 2
            Amp. An internal power supply provides 12V DC power to the
            controlling functions.
6.   Model EF 5, Individual Control Unit: Provide individual target system controls
     to permit individual shooters or instructors to operate the target system at
     each firing point with the same control functions as allowed by the Master
     control Console for the firing points. Used with CBN, RTS360 and RTS360L
     target systems.
     a.     Microprocessor based individual control is enabled for local mode
            operation by the Rangemaster from his master control. When enabled
            for local mode, the individual control operates independently of other
            shooter's controls and the Rangemaster control. Each individual
            control:
            1)     Provides two distinct modes of target operation: (1) manual
                   (direct), and (2) pre-program.
            2)     Contains 8K bytes of non-volatile internal memory for program
                   and operating status storage.
            3)     Is programmable from the Rangemaster control. Rangemaster
                   can transfer a program from his master console to the individual
                   control(s) via the interconnecting serial data cable.
            4)     Retains the pre-program in its internal memory with or without its
                   power on. Loss of power to the control does not erase or cause
                   loss of the entered program. The program can only be deleted
                   by a deliberate erase process.
            5)     Provided with a liquid crystal display (LCD), to display messages
                   to the shooter or instructor regarding target status and control
                   operation.
            6)     In union with the master control console, performs diagnostic
                   self-tests on power up which check the status of the control
                   processor, memory and input/output functions.
            7)     Permits pause and continue target system operation in addition
                   to run and stop operation. Pause temporarily, suspends target
                   activity and continues restores operation from the point at which
                   it was paused. Pause is also a selectable programmable
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     8)    Is fully programmable from the keypad. The program can be
           edited while it is being entered or after it has been stored to
           non-volatile memory.
b.   Functional Description: Control consists of a 32-character
     alphanumeric liquid crystal display, 12-key full stroke key pad for
     numeric entry and function selection.
     1)    Display will indicate the current target distance from the firing
           line, the number of seconds programmed between initiation of a
           program and the movement of the target, the direction of turn
           (face left/right), the number of seconds of face time, the number
           of seconds of edge time and the number of cycles of edge and
           face movements.
     2)    During program entry or editing, the display will show the
           program instructions as they are entered.
     3)    Key pad allows entry of all commands and numeric; stop
           position, delay time, time of expose, face left and face right, time
           of conceal, number of cycles, and also contains Rangemaster
           call.
     4)    Twelve-key pad allows the following functions to be selected:
           a)      RANDOM FACE: (# Face Right) Permits the target to
                   oscillate from conceal to face-left to face-right in a pseudo
                   random mode. Example - at end of programmed delay,
                   target may turn face-left or face-right. After expose time
                   is completed, target will edge, wait for programmed edge
                   time to expire, then turn again either face-left or face-right.
                   The Random Face key is usable in both manual and
                   program modes.
           b)      FACE LEFT: In manual mode, faces target LEFT. In
                   program mode, stores this command.
           c)      EDGE: In manual mode, EDGES (conceals) target. In
                   program mode, stores this command.
           d)      FACE RIGHT: In manual mode, faces target RIGHT. In
                   program mode, stores this command.
           e)      HOME: In manual mode, returns carrier to near stop.
                   Command is stored during program entry.
           f)      POSITION: Depressed prior to numeric selection of
                   distance stop. After desired distance is entered, carrier
                   will transport to this position. In program mode, stores
                   this command.
           g)      ENTER: Pressed to complete numeric entry or to allow
                   access to special control commands. When pressed and
                   held, causes ICU to enter learn mode.
           h)      CLEAR: Pressed to clear numeric entry. When pressed
                   and held, forces ICU into Direct (manual) mode.
           i)      TIME: Depressed prior to numeric selection of delay time
                   before start of exercise or selection of duration of
                   face-left/edge/face right in program mode.
           j)      CYCLE: In program mode, allows selection of number of
                   edge/face cycles or other repetitive event cycles.
           k)      RUN/STOP: Alternately starts and stops operation of local
                   control.
c.   Control system is modular in design with straight-line, anodized
     aluminum face plate that attaches to the shooting stall with six screws.
     1)    All keys shall be of heavy-duty full-stroke type with positive
           tactile feel. Keypad caps shall be double-shot molded, one
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                         legend. Legends on the face plate shall be anodized into the
                         finished aluminum panel to provide permanence.
                 2)      Display shall be liquid crystal (LCD) type, 16-character by
                         two-line dot matrix format.
                 3)      Remote run/stop cable receptacle is mounted at the bottom of
                         the control surface, free from interference with programming
                         keys. Remote run/stop cable assembly is optional and must be
                         specified separately.
           d.    Electrical Requirements: Control system shall be powered from five
                 VDC supply.
                 1)      Memory shall be of the non-volatile type ensuring retention of all
                         programs, should there be a loss of electrical power and during
                         normal power off of the control.
                 2)      Connect to Rangemaster control console via a seven-pin
                         connector and (3) twisted pairs of serial data cable.
                 3)      Connect to drive unit via a 25-conductor cable and RS-232 type
                         data connector.
                 4)      All control signals from individual control to target system drive
                         unit shall be low (logic level) voltage DC.
                 5)      Local control is capable of controlling the light on the target
                         carrier if so equipped. It can control it for 0-100 percent full
                         intensity.
     7.    Model E4P Local Control Unit:
           a.    Target Retrieval System Controls: Controls shall enable the target
                 retrieval systems to be operated by individual shooters. Used with CEE
                 and CEB target systems.
                 1)      Controls shall be Omicron Local Controls, Model E4P, as
                         furnished by Meggitt Training Systems, Inc. Located as shown
                         on the plans, and each control shall provide the shooter with a
                         forward/return switch.
           b.    Functional requirements: Local controls shall provide directional travel
                 and stop signals to their corresponding drive units of the target retrieval
                 systems. Switch logic shall prevent simultaneous signals.
           c.    Hardware requirements: Control components shall be selected to give
                 long life for the service intended and to provide convenient operation.
                 1)      Controls shall operate on 115 vac electrical power, be of
                         matching capacity for the target carrier drive units, and be wired
                         directly into the drive units.
                 2)      Local control panels shall be anodized aluminum with
                         flush-mounted components. They shall provide identifying
                         control function legends easily visible from a distance of 18
                         inches in normal lighting.
                 3)      Controls shall be flush mounted into the shooting stalls
                         essentially as shown on the plans.

L.   MOBILE RANGES
     1.   Road RangeIII-53: Fully equipped firearms training facility in a trailer. Trailer
          contains all the desirable features of an indoor range and is easily transported
          for use at dispersed sites or parked in a convenient location. Road Range is
          provided as follows:
          a.     53 foot (16.15 m) long by 8.5 feet (2.59 m) wide over the road trailer
                 conforming to all DOT regulations for use on unrestricted roads.
          b.     Handgun ballistics on floor, ceiling and walls.
          c.     Rubber granular bullet trap, Model LE7500.
          d.     General and target lighting system.
          e.     HEPA filtered exhaust system.



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                 f.     Laminar flow air wall supply system.
                 g.     Separate Rangemaster's room with ballistic view window and entrance
                        door. Viewing window allows the Rangemaster an extended line of
                        sight to the firing line.
                 h.     Thermal insulation on walls and ceiling, 1 inch (25 mm) thick.
                 i.     Sound absorbent foam on walls and ceiling, 2 inches (51 mm) thick.
                 j.     Bullet absorbent rubber flooring, 1.75 inches (44 mm) thick.
                 k.     OSHA approved removable stairs.
                 l.     100 amp master power panel, 208 volt three phase.
                 m.     100 amp master power panel, 220 volt single phase.
                 n.     10,000 BTU heater/cooling unit in Rangemaster's room.
                 o.     Bi-directional monorail target systems, Model RTS-10M.
                 p.     Laptop computer controlled console, Model RM9000LT with individual
                        control units, EF5, in each shooting lane.
                 q.     Clear-view shooting stalls with dividers for three defined positions,
                        Model BV10B.
                 r.     Range communication system, Model EG58/66.
                 s.     Visual communications system with F/L security, Model EM15/30.
                 t.     Provide rifle ballistics on walls, ceiling and floor, protection up to (3500
                        FPS/3000 Ft-Lb). Suitable for handguns and all rifles up to and
                        including 5.56 and 7.62 cal.
                 u.     Storage box under trailer, 36 inches by 30 inches by 100 inches (914
                        mm by 762 mm by 2540 mm) storage box with lockable doors on both
                        sides.
                 v.     Trailer-Vac system: Built-in HEPA range cleanup vacuum system.
                        System is built into the floor and the vacuum unit is located under the
                        trailer in a locked box. The vacuum hose is provided that connects
                        through the floor.
                 w.     Fuel Generator 20 KW: Power source sized to meet the needs of the
                        systems selected and mounted on the front of the trailer. Included with
                        a 100 gallon fuel tank and remote starting controls in the range area.
                 x.     Gun safe built into Rangemaster's room. Unit is an approved safe that
                        can hold up to four rifles and six handguns with ammunition.
                 y.     Two infrared heaters over the firing line as an added comfort.
                 z.     Split-level front jacks for range leveling this option splits the standard
                        front jack stands and adds two independent units at the rear area of the
                        trailer. These can be used to level the Road Range or to simply take
                        the weight off the tires when parked for an extended time period.
                 aa.    Spare tire and rack for trailer with a mounting rack under the trailer unit.
                 bb.    Red light and siren package built into the range portion of the system.
                 cc.    Road Range configured into a double long unit which allows 25 meter
                        of target distance.
                 dd.    Road Range configured into a double wide unit which allows six lanes
                        of targets to be used at the same time or they can be run as two
                        independent ranges side by side.

2.4   MILITARY COMBINED ARMS TRAINING EQUIPMENT

      A.   Infantry Target Systems
           1.     SIT (Stationary Infantry Target):
                  a.    Model AA8, Pop-Up Target Mechanism, Radio Control, Portable:
                        Target Mechanism is capable of raising and lowering (pop-up)
                        silhouette targets, and shall be battery powered and remotely radio
                        controlled. The Target System included under this specification shall be
                        presently in use by the DoD and must be currently in production.
                        Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable. The target mechanism shall



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     have the following characteristics:
     1)     Target mechanism shall be an electro-mechanical actuator,
            which exposes and conceals a silhouette target on command.
            No hydraulics or pneumatics shall be used.
     2)     Remotely radio controlled from a hand held or computer
            controller.
     3)     Man-portable and suited for permanent or temporary installation
            in a sheltered emplacement.
     4)     Total weight (less battery and target) shall be less than 50
            pounds (22.68 Kg).
     5)     Power shall be provided from a sealed, external 12 volt DC
            rechargeable battery.
     6)     Hit sensor for the target mechanism shall be an integral part of
            the target holder.
     7)     Transmit status and hit count data to the controller via two-way
            radio.
     8)     To accommodate various ammunition types and avoid the need
            for personnel to go down range, hit sensitivity adjustments shall
            be carried out remotely from the PC controller.
     9)     Changing the number of hits required to cause the target to
            conceal shall be remotely selected from the controller and
            executed from the target mechanism.
     10) Target mechanism shall be capable of operating in a
            temperature range of minus 25 degrees F to 110 degrees F
            (minus 32 degrees C to 43 degrees C).
     11) Two-way radio used by the target mechanism shall be built-in.
            Externally connected radios are not permitted.
     12) Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
            a)     5-unit battery charging system.
            b)     12-unit battery charging system.
            c)     30-unit battery charging system.
            d)     60-unit battery charging system.
            e)     Solar charging kit.
            f)     Muzzle flash simulator.
            g)     Double target arm.
            h)     Sound effects simulator.
b.   Model AA9, Pop-Up Target Mechanism, Radio Control, AC Power:
     Target Mechanism is capable of raising and lowering (pop-up)
     silhouette targets, and shall be AC powered and remotely radio
     controlled. The Target System included under this specification shall be
     presently in use by the US Marine Corps and US Army and must be
     currently in production. Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable. The
     target mechanism shall have the following characteristics:
     1)     Target mechanism shall be an electro-mechanical actuator,
            which exposes and conceals a silhouette target on command.
            No hydraulics or pneumatics shall be used.
     2)     Remotely radio controlled from a hand held or computer
            controller.
     3)     Man-portable and suited for permanent or temporary installation
            in a sheltered emplacement.
     4)     Total weight (less target) shall be less than 50 pounds (22.68
            Kg).
     5)     Power shall be provided from AC mains, at 115/230VAC, 50/60
            Hz, single phase electrical power.
     6)     Hit sensor for the target mechanism shall be an integral part of
            the target holder.



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           7)     Transmit status and hit count data to the controller via two-way
                  radio.
           8)     To accommodate various ammunition types and avoid the need
                  for personnel to go down range, hit sensitivity adjustments shall
                  be carried out remotely from the PC controller.
           9)     Changing the number of hits required to cause the target to
                  conceal shall be remotely selected from the controller and
                  executed from the target mechanism.
           10) Target mechanism shall be capable of operating in a
                  temperature range of minus 25 degrees F to 110 degrees F
                  (minus 32 degrees C to 43 degrees C).
           11) Two-way radio used by the target mechanism shall be built-in.
                  Externally connected radios are not permitted.
           12) Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
                  a)     Muzzle flash simulator.
                  b)     Double target arm.
                  c)     Sound effects simulator.
     c.    Model AA10, Pop-Up Target Mechanism, Cable Control, AC Power:
           Target Mechanism is capable of raising and lowering (pop-up)
           silhouette targets, and shall be AC powered and cable controlled. The
           Target System included under this specification shall be presently in
           use by the US Army and must be currently in production. Unfielded
           prototypes are not acceptable. The target mechanism shall have the
           following characteristics:
           1)     Target mechanism shall be an electro-mechanical actuator,
                  which exposes and conceals a silhouette target on command.
                  No hydraulics or pneumatics shall be used.
           2)     Remotely radio controlled from a hand held or computer
                  controller.
           3)     Man-portable and suited for permanent or temporary installation
                  in a sheltered emplacement.
           4)     Total weight (less target) shall be less than 60 pounds (27.22
                  Kg).
           5)     Power shall be provided from AC mains, at 115/230VAC, 50/60
                  Hz, single phase electrical power.
           6)     Hit sensor for the target mechanism shall be an integral part of
                  the target holder.
           7)     Transmit status and hit count data to the controller via two-way
                  data cable.
           8)     To accommodate various ammunition types and avoid the need
                  for personnel to go down range, hit sensitivity adjustments shall
                  be carried out remotely from the PC controller.
           9)     Changing the number of hits required to cause the target to
                  conceal shall be remotely selected from the controller and
                  executed from the target mechanism.
           10) Target mechanism shall be capable of operating in a
                  temperature range of minus 25 degrees F to 110 degrees F
                  (minus 32 degrees C to 43 degrees C).
           11) Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
                  a)     Muzzle flash simulator.
                  b)     Double target arm.
                  c)     Sound effects simulator.
2.   MIT (Moving Infantry Target):
     a.    Model DP26, Moving Infantry Target, Cable-Driven: Equipment shall
           simulate one or more enemy infantrymen moving with evasive deftness
           by traveling from left to right, right to left, changing speed, stopping,



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instantly changing direction, and dropping from sight on command or
when hit. The Target System included under this specification shall be
presently in production. Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable.
System consists of various assemblies and related hardware as
follows:
1)     Winch Drive with Motor Control. Winch drive consists of the
       drive unit, cable turnaround assembly and motor control with the
       following characteristics:
       a)     Winch drive shall be a bi-directional unit that pulls a cable
              attached to the target carrier(s). The winch drive receives
              direction and speed commands from the motor control.
       b)     Cable turnaround assembly shall be located at the
              opposite end of the track from the drive unit. Turnaround
              assembly shall have an adjustable device to properly
              tension the drive cable.
       c)     Motor control shall be powered from either 12 or 24 VDC;
              120/240 VAC, 60 Hz; or 240 VAC, 50 Hz single phase
              power.
       d)     Motor control shall receive control signals via buried cable
              or by two-way data radio signals from a hand-held
              controller or range control station.
       e)     Motor control speed shall be remotely selectable from the
              control station in the approximate range of 2 (3.2 km/hr) to
              9 MPH (14.5 km/hr) in 1 MPH (1.6 km/hr) increments.
              Motor control shall allow the target carrier to reach the
              selected speed within 2 meters of travel and stop within 2
              meters when signaled by the control station or track limit
              indicator. Control station shall increase or decrease
              movement speed at will, change travel direction at any
              time, and stop the target carrier at any place
              independently of the track limit indicator.
2)     Track Assembly: Track consists of prefabricated, light-weight
       metal sections for ease of handling and assembly. Individual
       track sections shall be 10 feet (3 m) long. New emplacements
       require minimal earthwork for the track right-of-way.
       a)     Track shall be attached to vertical stanchions
              approximately 22.5 inches (572 mm) in height. Stanchions
              shall be placed directly on the ground at ten-foot intervals
              as shown on the Drawings. Stanchions can be set directly
              in soil or anchored to concrete pads depending on
              permanency of the installation.
       b)     Join track sections with rust-resistant fasteners tightened
              with hand tools. Cutting, drilling or welding in the field is
              not required.
       c)     A mechanical travel limit indicator near each end of the
              track shall automatically signal the target to stop before it
              reaches the end of track. Tracks ends shall be equipped
              with resilient bumpers to cushion the target if it overruns
              the limit.
3)     Target Carrier: Target carrier shall carry the Target Mechanism
       and the battery for the target mechanism. Target carrier is
       attached to the drive unit with a flexible steel cable.
4)     Target Mechanism: Target mechanism shall be carried on the
       target carrier and be an electromechanical actuator capable of
       raising and lowering an Army E, F, or 3D personnel-style target
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           a)      Target shall be elevated from a horizontal-concealed
                   position to a vertical-exposed position in 3/4 second in still
                   air and in less than 1-1/2 seconds in a 35 MPH (56 km)
                   headwind.
            b)     Equipment shall be capable of presenting the personnel
                   target above a 26-inch (66 cm) high berm.
            c)     Target mechanism shall be remotely preset to one of 3 hit
                   responses (fall when hit 'N' times, bob when hit, remain
                   exposed when hit) and cause the target to respond
                   accordingly.
            d)     The target mechanism carried on the target carrier while
                   moving or still, shall perform all of the functions of the
                   stationary infantry target mechanism. The mechanism
                   shall be a separable unit fastened to the target carrier and
                   can be removed as a complete assembly if necessary.
     5)     Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
            a)     Solar charging kit.
            b)     Muzzle flash simulator.
            c)     Interface to GFM MILES detector/LTDS.
            d)     Double target arm.
            e)     Sound effects simulator.
b.   Model DP28, Moving Infantry Target System, Self Powered: Equipment
     shall simulate one or more enemy infantrymen moving with evasive
     deftness by traveling from left to right, right to left, changing speed,
     stopping, instantly changing direction, and dropping from sight on
     command or when hit. System consists of various assemblies and
     related hardware as follows:
     1)     Track Subsystem: Track shall be prefabricated, lightweight
            metal sections for ease of handling and assembly. Individual
            track sections shall be 20 feet (6 m) long. New emplacements
            shall require minimal earthwork for the track right-of-way.
            a)     Installed track shall be secured to wood ties.
            b)     Track sections shall be joined with rust-resistant fasteners,
                   which are tightened with hand tools. Cutting, drilling or
                   welding in the field is not be required.
            c)     A mechanical travel limit indicator near each end of the
                   track shall automatically signal the carrier to stop before it
                   reaches the end of track.
     2)     Target Carrier. Target carrier shall be self-powered and carry
            the target mechanism. Batteries shall be regenerated from a
            regulated, solar charging assembly provided and shall be
            adequate to assure target operation under normal conditions.
            The carrier is provided with a variable-speed DC traction motor.
            a)     Carrier speed shall be remotely selectable from the control
                   system in the approximate range of 2 (3.2 km/hr) to 9
                   MPH (14.5 km/hr) in 1 MPH (1.6 km/hr) increments.
            b)     The carrier shall reach the selected speed within 2 meters
                   of travel and stop within 2 meters when signaled by the
                   control station or track limit indicator.
            c)     Control station shall increase or decrease movement
                   speed at will, change travel direction at any time, and stop
                   the target carrier at any place independently of the track
                   limit indicator.
            d)     Carrier shall be fabricated from lightweight structural
                   shapes arranged to minimize the overall height and
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                               provide improved traction on wet and dry track.
                 3)     Target Mechanism: Target mechanism shall be carried on the
                        target carrier and be an electromechanical actuator capable of
                        raising and lowering an Army E, F, or 3D personnel-style target
                        in the pop-up mode of actuation.
                        a)     Target shall be elevated from a horizontal-concealed
                               position to a vertical-exposed position in 3/4 second in still
                               air and in less than 1-1/2 seconds in a 35 MPH (56 km)
                               headwind.
                        b)     Equipment shall be capable of presenting the personnel
                               target above a 26-inch (66 cm) high berm.
                        c)     Target mechanism shall be remotely preset to one of 3 hit
                               responses (fall when hit 'N' times, bob when hit, remain
                               exposed when hit) and cause the target to respond
                               accordingly.
                        d)     The target mechanism carried on the target carrier while
                               moving or still, shall perform all of the functions of the
                               stationary infantry target mechanism. The mechanism
                               shall be a separable unit fastened to the target carrier and
                               can be removed as a complete assembly if necessary.
                 4)     Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
                        a)     Solar charging kit.
                        b)     AC charging kit.

B.   Armor Target Systems
     1.    SAT (Stationary Armor Target):
           a.    Model AA25, Tank Target Mechanism, Stationary, Frontal: Capable of
                 raising and lowering (pop-up) full-scale, standard NATO front view tank
                 and other vehicle targets, and shall be remotely controlled. This Model
                 shall be in regular use by components of the U.S. Army and currently in
                 production. Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable. Equipment
                 consists of various assemblies and related hardware as follows:
                 1)     Mechanism shall raise and lower the target using an electric
                        motor turning a jackscrew assembly. No hydraulics or cable
                        winching mechanisms shall be used.
                 2)     Control: Provide with a "Universal" control scheme which allows
                        cable control from supplier-furnished Computer Control Station
                        or an existing RETS Range Control Station computer through a
                        Cable Junction Box (CJB) without modification. Also provide for
                        control as follows:
                        a)     Control through a supplier furnished Computer Control
                               System
                        b)     Control using hand-held programmable Range Controller.
                        c)     Radio control from an existing RETS Range Control
                               Station.
                        d)     Control as indicated on the Drawings.
                 3)     Equipment shall be portable and suited for permanent or
                        temporary installation in a ballistically secure emplacement.
                 4)     Power:
                        a)     Powered from an external 12 volt DC rechargeable
                               battery.
                        b)     Provide with a built-in battery charger for emplacements
                               that have 120 VAC or 240 VAC power available.
                 5)     Hit sensor shall attach to the target support member, and not to
                        the target. Sensor shall detect hits ranging from .50 cal. (12.7
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            via the active cable or radio control link.
     6)     Provide with a local test switch on the mechanism to allow
            raising and lowering the target for testing, maintenance and
            target changing.
     7)     Hit sensitivity adjustments shall be carried out remotely from the
            PC or optional hand held controller.
     8)     Changing the number of hits required to cause the target to
            conceal shall be remotely selected at the remote control point via
            radio or cable.
     9)     Capable of operating in a temperature range of -25 degrees F to
            110 degrees F (-32 degrees C to 43 degrees C).
     10) Two-way radio and controlling logic shall be attached to the
            mechanism. Unmounted control boxes connected by cable are
            not permitted.
     11) Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
            a)     Internal Battery Charger
            b)     Battery Eliminator
            c)     Interface to GFM MILES detector/LTDS
            d)     Solar Charging Kit
            e)     Stacking/Carrying Handles
            f)     Telescoping Stabilizers
b.   Model AA28, Tank Target Mechanism, Stationary, Flank: Capable of
     raising and lowering (pop-up) full-scale, standard NATO front or flank
     view tank and other vehicle targets, and shall be remotely controlled.
     This Model shall be in regular use by components of the DoD and
     currently in production. Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable.
     Equipment consists of various assemblies and related hardware as
     follows:
     1)     Mechanism shall raise and lower the target using an electric
            motor turning a jackscrew assembly. No hydraulics or cable
            winching mechanisms shall be used.
     2)     Control: Provide with a "Universal" control scheme which allows
            cable control from supplier-furnished Computer Control Station
            or an existing RETS Range Control Station computer through a
            Cable Junction Box (CJB) without modification. Also provide for
            control as follows:
            a)     Control through a supplier furnished Computer Control
                   System
            b)     Control using hand-held programmable Range Controller.
            c)     Radio control from an existing RETS Range Control
                   Station.
            d)     Control as indicated on the Drawings.
     3)     Equipment shall be portable and suited for permanent or
            temporary installation in a ballistically secure emplacement.
     4)     Power:
            a)     Powered from two external 12 volt DC rechargeable
                   batteries.
            b)     Provide with a built-in battery charger for emplacements
                   that have 120 VAC or 240 VAC power available.
     5)     Hit sensor shall attach to the target support member, and not to
            the target. Sensor shall detect hits ranging from .50 cal. (12.7
            mm) to 120 mm rounds and transmit status and hit count data
            via the active cable or radio control link.
     6)     Provide with a local test switch on the mechanism to allow
            raising and lowering the target for testing, maintenance and
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     7)     Hit sensitivity adjustments shall be carried out remotely from the
            PC or optional hand held controller.
     8)     Changing the number of hits required to cause the target to
            conceal shall be remotely selected at the remote control point via
            radio or cable.
     9)     Capable of operating in a temperature range of -25 degrees F to
            110 degrees F (-32 degrees C to 43 degrees C).
     10) Two-way radio and controlling logic shall be attached to the
            mechanism. Unmounted control boxes connected by cable are
            not permitted.
     11) Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
            a)     Internal Battery Charger.
            b)     Interface to GFM MILES detector/LTDS.
            c)     Solar Charging Kit.
            d)     Telescoping Stabilizers.
c.   Armored Moving Target System (AMTS) self-propelled: Capable of
     raising and lowering (pop-up), as well as moving, any of the full-scale,
     Standard NATO, flank-view tank targets, and shall be remotely
     controlled using Meggitt Model DP62 or equal. The model shall be
     presently in use by the DoD and currently in production. Unfielded
     prototypes are not acceptable.
     1)     Carrier shall be self-propelled and travel on standard gauge,
            56-1/2 inch (143.5 cm) railroad rails provided by others.
     2)     Equip carrier with integral lifting eyes on the vehicle frame.
            Carrier, without target, shall be capable of being easily lifted by
            crane or other suitable lifting device for transport.
     3)     Carrier vehicle and target lifter shall be electrically powered from
            on-board batteries. Hydraulics are not permitted.
     4)     Carrier shall move in either direction and raise/lower a full-scale,
            Standard NATO, flank-view target under full operator control.
     5)     Carrier speed shall be operator selectable from the control point
            over the range of 0 to 20 MPH (0 to 32 kpH). Speed shall be
            capable of being changed while the carrier is in motion.
     6)     Carrier vehicle wheels shall have a rubberized tread to improve
            traction under most rail conditions.
     7)     Carrier shall be slowed or stopped by dynamic braking through
            the motor controller.
     8)     Equip carrier with an automatic parking brake to hold the carrier
            in place when stopped. Provide with a manual override to permit
            the carrier to be moved manually.
     9)     Provide carrier with on-board travel limit switches to detect plates
            placed between the rails at either end of the track. To minimize
            carrier overrun potential at the track ends, the carrier shall have
            a distance encoder to supplement the normal travel limit
            switches. Encoder shall signal the carrier to stop if the carrier
            travels further than the programmed travel distance. Encoder
            shall be programmable for various track lengths.
     10) To minimize damage and speed target changing, the hit sensors
            shall attach to the target support members and not to the target.
     11) Carrier shall be capable of providing power to both "low" and
            "high" voltage thermal targets and shall be furnished with a
            MILES interface adapter that allows MILES to be used with the
            AMTS.
     12) Fabricate carrier vehicle framework of structural steel shapes
            and plates and shall be suitably primed and finished to withstand
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                  13)    Accessories. Provide with the following accessories.
                         a)   Moonlight simulator that can be remotely controlled by the
                              operator.
                         b)   On-board generator and battery charger to assure
                              continuous range operation.
                         c)   Computer control system, a hand held controller and an
                              optional interface device to allow control by an existing
                              ERETS computer system.
                         d)   Electrification kit to allow the on-board battery charger to
                              be powered from the existing RETS AMTC bus bars.

C.   Control Systems
     1.    Tower Controls
           a.     Model RM9000 Master Control: Provide complete manual and
                  automatic (programmed) operation of the firing range. This Model shall
                  be in regular use by components of the DoD and currently in
                  production. Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable.
                  1)     General Description: Master control shall consist of the required
                         hardware and software components necessary to carry out the
                         functions described in this specification.
                         a)     Hardware is based on an IBM PC compatible computer
                                with additional components and assemblies as necessary.
                         b)     Master control software operates in the Windows XP
                                environment.
                  2)     Functional Description: The master control shall provide the
                         following functions:
                         a)     Manually or automatically control the full potential of all
                                target types required including face-left, face-right, random
                                face, conceal, re-expose last face, pop-up, swing-up,
                                swing-out, hit fall, hit return, hit sensitivity adjust, target
                                illumination, clear hits, hit scores, and target movements
                                such as downrange positioning and return for monorail
                                target systems and lateral direction and speed control for
                                moving target systems.
                         b)     Allow entry, editing, permanent storage, retrieval,
                                execution and deletion of conventional courses of fire (one
                                shooter/one target) as well as advanced programs (one
                                shooter/multiple targets).
                         c)     Permit starting, stopping, pausing, continuing, and
                                restarting programmed courses and scenarios.
                         d)     Stop course in progress in the event of an emergency
                                determined by the operator or automatically upon an
                                encroachment into the secure area protected by the
                                optional security system.
                         e)     Download stored programs to selected individual control
                                units.
                         f)     Display targets graphically on the monitor in a manner
                                representative of range layout.
                         g)     Range display can be zoomed to any level desired by the
                                operator.
                         h)     Allow the writing of programmed scenarios to perform
                                automatic, timed target operation.
                         i)     Sections of programs can be skipped, repeated, and
                                executed individually.
                         j)     Provide on-line help through a HELP menu.
                         k)     Provide dialog boxes, menus, buttons and other boxes as



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     would be normally associated with Windows-based
     software.
l)   Provide the following menu items as a minimum:
     1)     Controls - selects the various target devices and
            target control functions.
     2)     Program - controls all program functions including
            buttons for Run, Pause, Reset, Step, and Close.
            Display Status, Elapsed Time, Step, Instruction,
            Comment, Delay, Cycle.
     3)     Signals - controls signal light and rangemaster call
            functions.
     4)     Security - controls firing line and door security
            functions.
     5)     View - allows zoom in/out and simulation views.
     6)     Help - on-line help system functions.
m)   Minimum System Requirements: The master control shall
     consist of the following as a minimum:
     1)     IBM PC compatible desktop computer.
     2)     Pentium IV processor, 1.7 MHz.
     3)     256 MB RAM.
     4)     40 GB hard disk drive.
     5)     CD- ROM.
     6)     VGA Monitor, 17 inch.
     7)     1 serial and 1 parallel port.
     8)     Microsoft Windows XP.
     9)     Range Interface Adaptor.
     10) PC to RIA serial cable.
n)   Range Computer Control System, Cable: Provide control
     system with Range Interface Adapter to permit manual
     and automatic (programmed) operation of the targets
     through the Range Computer Controller using two-way
     cable link:
     1)     Range Interface Adapter shall be a stand-alone,
            microprocessor device which allows the Range
            Computer Controller to remotely command target
            mechanisms and shall provide two way data
            communication between the targets and the
            Computer Controller.
     2)     Range Interface Adapter shall mount in the tower
            and be connected to the Range Computer
            Controller using RS-232 cable.
     3)     Adapter shall encode received information from the
            targets, such as status and hit count, and return this
            data to the Range Computer Controller for
            processing and display.
     4)     Adapter shall communicate with the targets using
            serial data cables.
     5)     Provide with any necessary cables to complete the
            installation.
o)   Range Computer Control System, Radio: Provide control
     system with a Target Radio Interface to permit manual
     and automatic (programmed) operation of the targets
     through the Range Computer Controller two-way radio link
     1)     Target Radio Interface shall be a stand-alone,
            microprocessor device which allows the Range
            Computer Controller to remotely command target



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                               mechanisms and shall provide two way data
                               communication between the targets and the Range
                               Computer Controller.
                        2)     Target Radio Interface shall mount in the tower and
                               be connected to the Range Computer Controller
                               using an RS-232 cable.
                        3)     Target Radio Interface shall monitor commands
                               from the Range Computer Controller and actuate
                               radio controlled targets.
                        4)     Interface shall encode received information from the
                               targets, such as status and hit count, and return this
                               data to the Range Computer Controller for
                               processing and display.
                        5)     Radio Interface shall communicate with the targets
                               via an RF telemetry link on a frequency to be
                               selected.
                        6)     Provide with an appropriate antenna and any
                               necessary cables to complete the installation.
2.   Portable Controllers
     a.    Model RZ4, Portable, Programmable Hand Held Target Controller: A
           portable, hand held programmable Range Controller shall be provided
           which allows the operator to command direction of travel, target
           expose/conceal, number of hits required to "kill" the target, and hit
           attributes. The model of the Hand Held Target Controller under this
           specification shall be presently in use by the DoD and must be
           currently in production. Unfielded prototypes are not acceptable. Hand
           Held Target Controller shall consist of the required hardware and
           software components necessary to carry out the functions described in
           this specification.
           1)     Controller shall allow remote hit sensitivity adjustment to allow
                  for various types of ammunition to be fired at the target.
           2)     Controller shall communicate with the target mechanisms using
                  a two-way radio link. Controller shall send various commands to
                  the targets and receive status and hit count for display.
           3)     Controller shall be capable of remotely operating the optional
                  simulators.
           4)     Controller shall operate from its own rechargeable battery pack.
                  Provide battery pack with its own charger.
           5)     Controller shall be capable of storing 100 scenarios and allow
                  the operator to enter, edit, store to memory, recall from memory,
                  delete from memory and execute (run) programs.
           6)     Previously stored scenarios shall be retained in memory in the
                  event of loss of power or by turning off the Hand Held Target
                  Controller.
           7)     Hand Held Target Controller shall be capable of controlling 200
                  individual targets, minimum.
           8)     Keys and display shall be back lighted for night time operation.
     b.    Model RZ15, Tank Target Interface Devices for Radio Remote Control
           Operation: Provide Tank Target Interface Devices for Radio Remote
           Control Operation of Tank Target Mechanisms. The equipment shall be
           presently in use by DoD and must be currently in production. Unfielded
           prototypes are not acceptable. Tank Target Interface Devices shall
           consist of the required hardware and software components necessary
           to carry out the functions described in this specification.
           1)     Tank Target Interface. Tank Target Interface is used to operate
                  Tank Target Mechanisms by remote radio control.



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                        2)     Interface shall mount inside the Tank Target Mechanism and
                               connect through a standard W107 interface cable.
                        3)     Interface shall be an addressable unit which receives and
                               interprets commands from the Hand Held Controller to operate
                               its host mechanism.
                        4)     Hits and status for the controlled Tank Target Mechanisms shall
                               be collected by the Tank Target Interface and transmitted back
                               to the Hand Held Controller using the two-way radio telemetry
                               link. Tank Target Interface shall be furnished with an appropriate
                               antenna.
                        5)     Tank Target Interface shall mount in the Tank Target Mechanism
                               in the space normally occupied by the Tank Target Mechanism's
                               receiver without the need for special tools or modification.
                        6)     Commands. The following commands shall be performed by the
                               Tank Target Interface:
                               a)     Select (enable) Unit.
                               b)     Deselect (disable) Unit.
                               c)     Down (conceal).
                               d)     Up (expose).
                               e)     Hit Fall (down when hit).
                               f)     Hit Bob (down/up when hit).
                               g)     Set Number of Hits to Kill.
                               h)     Hit Hold (remain up when hit).
                               i)     Hostile Fire.
                               j)     Battle Effects (ATKS).
                               k)     Return Status/Hits.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.1   EXAMINATION

      A.   Do not begin installation until exterior locations, structure and installing surfaces
           have been properly prepared.

      B.   Verify that all supports and other adjoining conditions have been installed and
           prepared in accordance with the Drawings.

      C.   If structure and installing surfaces preparation is the responsibility of another
           installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.

3.2   PREPARATION

      A.   Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.

      B.   Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for
           achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.

3.3   INSTALLATION

      A.   Install all equipment in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.

      B.   Equipment shall be assembled entirely by mechanical fasteners. No on-the-job
           cutting or welding is permitted.

      C.   Equipment shall be mounted to the floor or suitable concrete surfaces as shown on
           the Drawings.

      D.   Other than screw heads holding belts and patches, there shall be no other bolts or


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           fasteners exposed to direct hits from properly directed or misdirected shots from the
           firing line.

      E.   All metal parts not otherwise finished shall be primed or painted

3.4   PROTECTION

      A.   Protect installed products until completion of project.

      B.   Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.

3.5   ADJUSTING

      A.   Test the functionality of all control systems, safety systems, target systems and
           control systems.

      B.   Correct any deficiencies and replace any equipment not operating as required.

                                      END OF SECTION




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