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Brand: Zombie Industries 10-016
Check out our new Zombie bust! At almost 1/2 the price you can either mount this Zombie to the ground or you can mount it on top of the box to get a full torso effect! When using the Zombie on the box, you also have the option to try out our Outbreak concept and insert 3 standard skeet into the 3 perforated holes, allowing for even more target to shoot!
Zombie Industries’ Patent Pending Tactical Bleeding Zombie Targets are designed to help you prepare for the next Zombie outbreak that our World’s leaders, even to this very day, are keeping top-secret! Our Zombie targets are life-sized; three-dimensional tactical mannequins that “bleed” when you shoot them, using Zombie Industries’ Patent Pending proprietary technology.
Each Patent-Pending Grave Digger Zombie Target is cloned in our San Diego, California facility and is hand painted to accurately resemble an infected human that just finished gnawing your neighbor Zed’s leg, to give you that realistic look so you really feel the hate. What makes our Zombie’s so special? They’re filled with biodegradable matter, which makes clean up a wee-bit easier…(are you happy, mom?) …and oh yah, let’s not forget, they bleed and burst into little pieces of blood soaked, Zombie matter when you shoot them!
Specifications and Features:
Perfect for a group outing, split with your friends, and Destroy the Undead
Life-sized Zombie target bleeds when you shoot it
Zombies can be shot more than 1000+ rounds of assorted calibers
Biodegradable Zombie matter keeps tree huggers off your back
Zombie can be reused to finish off another day
Includes wood stake to mount the Zombie in the ground, or you can use a
longer stake to mount on top of the box to create a full sized Zombie torso
Printed Box with a standard shaded scoring line target on the front, and a mini version of our Outbreak target on the back
Made in the USA by non-infected workers