The FBI, ATF and U.S. Forest Service are raising concerns about exploding targets meant to be used by rifle shooters sold at stores across the country, including Kansas and Missouri.

Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney from RTV6 in Indianapolis reports the FBI says exploding targets are so dangerous, they issued an intelligence bulletin to law enforcement, warning that exploding targets could be used by criminals and terrorists to make improvised explosive devices (IEDs).

Exploding targets are sold under a variety of brand names, the most popular being Tannerite, and they’re supposed to be used by rifle shooters to ensure they hit their target from long range.

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