Steel bullet traps should be considered for ranges that may experience a higher volume of shooting due to increased levels of training or extremely high traffic commercial ranges (those ranges that would exceed the round count and time limits listed for rubber type bullet traps). When the volume of use creates enough lead that capturing the lead for scheduled resell is profitable enough to overcome the initial cost difference of steel over rubber and the additional costs of ventilation filters and general range cleaning.
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