In recent years, a novel mathematical framework for analyzing and designing multistatic radar systems has been proposed. It was argued through numerous simulation examples that multistatic radar system performances can be significantly improved by shaping the multistatic ambiguity function. Based on this framework, rules for waveform selection, sensor positioning and adequate weighting of different receivers have been developed. In this work, we present multistatic measurements obtained in a controlled laboratory environment to support some of these recent findings and conclusions. The experimental setup consists of a Lab-Volt radar system operating at X-band, Tektronix arbitrary waveform generator and Tektronix digital oscilloscope. Multistatic point target radar measurements for different system configurations are analyzed.