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  1. #1
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    Default Steel Target Is Finished

    Finished up last night and here is the result.
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    Default more photos

    here are the rest of the photos
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    Default

    I want to shoot it, I want to shoot it, I want to shoot it

    That's awesome.

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    Cool

    looks great, but i think i would have angeled the front plate so any rounds hitting it would be deflected down to the dirt. with a flat front you risk a rebounding round striking the shooter or spectator.
    have you taken any steps to prevent a return round i don't see ??

    just a thought for safety sake.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Default Bullet Bounce Back

    When shooting 22 rimfire most bullets are just lead and when they strike a flat surface they splatter.

    Frank aka The Weekend Welder

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    Thumbs up

    COOL, JUST THINKING SAFTY FIRST.
    looks like great fun.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Default Nice

    Is that a spring loaded bar to reset the targets?

    All in all a very nice target. Have fun!


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    Default Targets

    Really like the set up for the resetable targets,,well done

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    Default

    When do we get to shoot it?

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    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by fun4now View Post
    looks great, but i think i would have angeled the front plate so any rounds hitting it would be deflected down to the dirt. with a flat front you risk a rebounding round striking the shooter or spectator.
    have you taken any steps to prevent a return round i don't see ??

    just a thought for safety sake.
    I think they tie a chicken to each target.....or maybe not
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