Ballistic Rubber Tiles are suitable for use on walls, ceilings, baffles, and floors.

Ballistic Rubber Tile cannot stop rounds on its own; it must be used in conjunction with Ar500 steel plate backing.

Ballistic rubber tiles can be installed on walls in a variety of ways during the construction of private or commercial shooting ranges.

It is dependent on the shooting range and space utilisation scenario.

According to our research, we are installing the best design engineering.

Before you begin installation, please ensure that the concrete surface is suitable for indoor shooting ranges.

Prior to installation, new concrete must be thoroughly cured (30 days).

Old concrete must be repaired, and joint sealants and fillers must be installed as needed. Before covering with rubber products, all cracks and flaws should be filled in or repaired.

Many tactical shooting ranges have used our products. We have selected some of the finest designs based on our previous rich experience, as shown in the attached pictures below.


AR500 steel is the most prominent material that can be used to support the bullet. Hardox is a hard-wearing sheet steel.

Check the Brinell hardness of steel before purchasing AR500 steel. It should be in the 500BHN-600BHN range at the very least.

Steps must be taken in accordance with the standards.

  • Drill and screw the AR500 steel into the cement wall structure.
  • Create vertical hardox square steel pipes with 2x2 inch or other dimensions based on your needs.
  • The steel and tiles must have a 20mm/25mm gap to collect bullet anti-ricochet leads on the floor, which aids in cleaning the range.
  • Begin by screwing the ballistic rubber tiles into hardox square steel pipes.
  • It is preferable to begin affixing the rubber tiles from the ground level, so that they can form supports for one another.

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