Our newest color in the Steel Target Paint line up – “Target Tan”! This color was designed for USPSA and IPSC competitors who want to practice on steel targets, but want the familiar sight contrast of a cardboard colored target.
Formulated for steel targets. Covers quickly. Fast drying. Protects from rust. Environmentally compliant.
Steel Target Paint comes in a 16 ounce aerosol can with over a full pound of paint in the can. Use our magnetic target templates to create bright, colorful and contrasting target zones on steel plates, gongs, etc. The colors also allow match directors to color-code scenarios during competition stages. For long-distance shooting, these colors can be combined for optimum visibility. Other custom colors are available.
The perfect paint for steel targets. Steel Target Paint covers surfaces quickly and dries fast! This unique, water-based formula protects steel targets from rust and oxidation. Steel Target Paint was designed for shooting ranges, shooting clubs, parks and private ranges and for match competition. Common enamel paints dry slow and have typically 40% less paint in the can than Steel Target Paint. Steel Target Paint lays down a matte finish which diffuses sunlight and mirage. We also have Target Stencils available. To protect steel targets and stands from rust, use Red Oxide Primer Paint as a base coat before painting with Steel Target Paint.
Steel Target Paint has the following benefits over other paints found on hardware store shelves:
- 16 oz of paint fill vs 10-12 oz found in hardware store paint.
- Very high resin/solids content for maximum coverage and visibility.
- High flow button sprays out fast for quick coverage.
- Water-based formula for environmental concerns.
NOTE: Due to the high resin/solids content, it is important to invert the can after spraying and give it two or three quick shots to clear the valve button to keep from clogging.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.