You’ll shoot your eye out!

Maybe if Ralphie had ballistic rubber, his parents wouldn’t be worried about him shooting his eye out. Maybe if his dad set up a backstop with some ballistic curtains, he would have a safe live fire training facility.

CRS Ballistic Rubber is a necessity in gun ranges to combat ricochet. Avoid accidental back splatter by upgrading your range with high-density ballistic rubber.
Ricochet without proper safety protocol is a widespread occurrence in shooting ranges and can be caused by any firearm.

However, understanding how ricochets happen will keep you safe! Surface, angle of incidence, velocity/energy are all factors that must be considered to design an adequate range for eliminating or avoiding the risk of ricochet.

Covering surfaces with ballistic rubber that are highly likely to ricochet back at the shooter will make your shooting range safer. All ranges are designed differently, and CRS makes size parts for different surfaces.

Ricochet is a widespread occurrence in shooting ranges and can be caused by any firearm. To avoid accidental back splatter, it’s important to upgrade your range with high-density ballistic rubber which will significantly reduce the risk of ricochets occurring during live fire training exercises.