Author Topic: Field Targets  (Read 992 times)

d_boom

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Re: Field Targets
« Reply #15 on: September 14, 2018, 06:27:13 AM »
Thanks everyone for your help and advise.  I had purchased an inexpensive field target, but it is too light duty.
I will buy one of the heavy duty field target to use as a pattern.  A small group of us have been shooting steel
knockdown squirrels placed on a 2x4 at 100 yds.  Squirrels weigh 8 oz. when hit with a .177 they don't always
fall off the two by four, but hit by a .22 Condor or one of the .25 cal. airguns they fly off!  Fun, we have 30, but
a lot of walking to reset!  Like the idea of the bell, sounds like fun with no walking down range to reset.  Our
group wants to get into field target shooting, but for now we are having fun.
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Frank in Fairfield

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Re: Field Targets
« Reply #16 on: September 17, 2018, 03:00:23 PM »
A nice Bell Target.
And a video:

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AA TX200 MKIII, .177
Baikal IZH46M w/Steve Corcoran Furniture
Beeman R1, San Rafael, .177
Benjamin Sheridan Blue Streak, Williams Peep
Benjamin Marauder Gen I, .177 w/Boyd's Stock
Benjamin Marauder Gen I, .22   w/Boyd’s Stock
Benjamin Marauder Gen I, .25   w/TEREX Stock
Crosman 1720T, Alchemy AirWerks Grips & Forearm
Crosman 2300S
Daisy Model 25, Variant #7
Daisy Red Ryder
FWB300S
HW35E, .177, Beeman/Williams Peep/12fpe VORTEK
RWS Diana 52, .177
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d_boom

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Re: Field Targets
« Reply #17 on: September 19, 2018, 05:51:00 AM »
Like these bell targets, great idea!  The guys with the .25 cal. who shoot with us would not be left out. 
However I would need at larger center hole! - Thanks Danny
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