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Old 02-24-2009, 05:43 AM   #1
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I love going for old light bulbs from a few hundred yards. Once I was lucky enough to get my boss to let me "dispose" of an old Dell PowerEdge that had been giving me headaches for years. What do you guys like to shoot for jollies?



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Old 02-24-2009, 05:48 AM   #2
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Old tin cans, big brush piles, soon to my xbox.

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This is my neighbor, you can only guess what I like to shoot. (man, I love Pleasant hill Oregon)

Tannerite Exploding Targets from Tannerite Explosives Corporation - Manufacturer of High Explosives, Low Explosives and Fireworks

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LOL I was wondering how long it would take for the Tannerite guys to come out...

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Well, since I can walk over to his house the target of choice is obvious.

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DO small furry cute Disney creatures count. If not, I like shooting clays (with my rifle) and steel gongs. Neither of which I can do at the rage I belong to now.

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Old Bowling Pins... a friend of mine own a Bowling Center and he keep some old pins, when we shoot in another friend's farm use the pins as targets. We hang them of a tree, and shoot from 25mts (82ft) with handguns, with rifle 100mts (328ft) They will take abuse for long time... well, with handguns... with a .308 only resist 2 or 3 shoots...

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Old cans of black powder get me pretty excited. Kaboom, take that Billy Mays.

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I took an old 25" TV out once and used my 12 gauge on it. Wish I could have had it hooked to a generator, but it was still fun. Also used the 12G on a five gallon sparklets bottle full of water. That was back when the bottles were glass. Very satisfying.
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Those strike-anywhere matches. Set one up, done correctly, you can light it.



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