What do you shoot at?

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  1. Zigzag2

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    Ok all you AR 15 fans....When I go to the range I shoot at a few different things: Steel plates, ballons, clay pigeons, paper targets. I'M GETTING BORED!! I need to shoot at different things...Give me all your idea's on what you shoot at. (no living things please!) Have fun!!!

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    I find shooting paper targets to be most rewarding.

    I find it's all about bullet placement.

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    1952Sniper
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    Well, I'm not an AR-15 fan, but I do love a warm semi-auto.

    I like to shoot at bricks. They make a nice "poof" when you hit them.
    Macht kaputt, was euch kaputt macht!

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    Binary targets make a huge boom when they are hit. I love to feel the shock wave

    Otherwise I just shoot at paper.




    Ignorance is a crime in 49 states. In the other one it is bliss.




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    Thanks Warpig883---Macht Kaputt, was euch kaputt macht!!
    translation: Breaks what Breaks you!!!
    Keep'em com'in guys!!

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    Here is the link to the binary targets. A freind of mine buys them by the case They are mailed by regular USPS as they are inert until mixed together.

    Believe me when I tell you they are they most fun you can have while shooting with your clothes on.

    Takes a high powered rifle to set them off. A 22 or .22 mag won't do it. A 223 will do it fine .





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    ok piggy, you can post that link now.
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    Sorry

    www.tannerite.com/

    Also found this on the web. It is not on the above website so I don't know if it is true or not. I would contact Tannerite and see. These things are truly a thing of wonder.



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    Crpdeth
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    lol...too rich for my blood.

    20 targets just under a hundred bucks...whew!
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    I know it. I bought one from my freind for $8.00. It is worth it to do once. The concussion has been known to flip a cat over on its back about 30 yards away.




    Ignorance is a crime in 49 states. In the other one it is bliss.




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    I like to shoot raw eggs. Cheaper by the dozen and they explode real nice. Hang from wood with tape. Happy shooting!

    Hey Piggy,
    Better not let LTS hear ya about flippin' cats on their backs. He'll likely corner the market
    Improvise...Adapt...Overcome

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    Yep eggs are a blast.
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    Tennis balls are not bad. I live near a court and a large number of them find their way over my fence every day. Easy to clean up after a day of shooting too!
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    Coffee cans are cool too! Take the labels off so they glint in the sun and watch 'em fly 20 feet in the air!:cool:
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    Aerosol cans of any kind are always fun and maka big boom!!
    wifes old hairspray, spray paint...etc..

    and for you accuracy buffs, try a bic lighter at 100yrds + .

    If you want to see damage results from diff calibers try using a milk jug filled with water frozen solid. that's also fun!
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    Raw eggs! What a blast and cheap!
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    Liberals!!!!

    Not much fun though...no fight in 'em....:mad: :D
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    Liberals are few and far between out here in West Texas..so they have added a bag limit. Next Fall I'm afraid that they will make you purchase a 'liberal tag'. Maybe some other states would be willing to tranfer some of theirs down this way so that we won't run out.:D
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    islenos, they're in season all year here in Austin and they're breeding like rabbits too. Some of us need help thinning the herd. :p
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    I thought that Austin was a wildlife refuge for liberals and other endangered game
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    well, as of lately I know the Warbler is protected, since I can't hike on the 50 bajillion acres of land designated as a Warbler refuge. I found one designated spot and after 2 dozen trips there, I've yet to see the stupid bird.

    Liberals are protected during the majority of the year, but occasionally go on season with the Democrat representatives ditch their job responsibilities for their New Mexico hideouts when they don't get what they want. Nobody around to protect the Austin liberals then.. :D
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    Great....I''ve been eager to get a head mounted in my gun room of a liberal UT post doctoral student. :D
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    We shoot at old lawnmowers when they are available and occassionally a car or at least its brake rotors :cool:
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    My old car has been sitting at an apartment complex I lived at previously for 3 years now. The engine is trashed and I've had no inkling to fix the bugger. I would love to talk my buddy into hauling it to his farm for target practice.. :cool:
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    A friend of mine had purchased 500 acres north of Austin (around Marble Falls), and was in the process of clearing out the cedar so he could run cattle on it. The ranch was adjacent to a State natural area where there are bird watching stations, etc.

    The State made him stop clearing cedar because it was endangering the golden cheek warblers. He fought it as best he could, but he lost. Ended up having to sell the 500 acres at a loss.

    Damn liberals!
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