The Wisconsin Trigger Company introduces its newest product: the HoldZall Target Holding System.

This product will hold most any items you want to be used as a a target.

If you can fit a rubber band around the target item, the HoldZall will hold it. With the included couplers and straight rods, the HoldZall can be adjusted to the height you want the target to be. Just push the straight rod in the ground using the included installing tool. Select the coupler to be used and install it on to the straight rod in the ground, half-way down. Then install the Target holder in to the coupler. To adjust the height simply pull the Target holder out of the coupler to the desired height.

The more you separate the straight rod from the target holder, the more movement the target will have. On a windy day and using balloons as your target, with 3 or 4 inches of separation you will have a very challenging target. Do you get a little complacent punching tiny bug holes in paper? Do you have your Rifle or Pistol dialed in how you like it? Then it may be time to step up your game to some different challenging targets.

You can use almost any rubber band. If you are trying to hold large beach ball type targets you can use extra large rubber bands. Use your imagination to hold the target of your choice.

How many shots fired from your .22 caliber or trusty 1911 .45 to light a strike anywhere match stick? Is that challenging enough? No? Then step back or move the target farther away. How about some balloons that are moving around in the wind? Spring time is close, cabin fever anyone? I know you are ready to get out there and have some fun.

 Get this Kit if you want a product that conveniently holds items to be used as targets, this may be just what you were looking for. I like the idea of this holding the clay pigeons to put anywhere I want them.

The HoldZall target holding systems and replacement parts are available at . The link to the listing is

Introductory Sale Price Just $29.95

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  1. I would like to see it done also. It may take some shots and misses. Some people are shooting 1/4 MOA then it could be done.

  2. It’s an idea but the price is a bit much. I mean you have to buy the gun, buy the ammo, buy targets and now buy damn stand to hold the targets? Every target you have for this holder is a one time hit. I hardly miss my target and it would mean that after each mag I would need to go and place new targets. I would recommend just getting a normal steel target to shoot at. Shit man I would have to find 50+ items to carry with me to the range. Not saying it’s a bad idea just placing my 2 cents.

  3. Matt, I didn’t think about it like that. Good point the rubber bands would lose its grip after one hit. Does anyone have a YouTube review on this product?

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