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Old 12-30-2011, 07:49 AM   #1
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Default .22 swinger plates.

Know it isn't for just .22 but any rim fires. But was wondering what your guys' thought on them are.

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Old 12-30-2011, 08:07 AM   #2
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I've used those duraseal targets, which are a BLAST and I think I've used the metal ones too. For you and your girl you might want to look into the "tree's" so you two can have some friendly competition

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I've used those duraseal targets, which are a BLAST and I think I've used the metal ones too. For you and your girl you might want to look into the "tree's" so you two can have some friendly competition
Haha that's actually the type I was looking at too.
Just out of curiosity, what do you think would be a decent price range for one?
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Haha that's actually the type I was looking at too.
Just out of curiosity, what do you think would be a decent price range for one?
For the dueling tree? I have no clue. The duraseal spinners go for 12-17 dollars down in California. That means a quarter million in Crazy Canuck Cash
Actually, i believe you guys have a higher value dollar now
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For the dueling tree? I have no clue. The duraseal spinners go for 12-17 dollars down in California. That means a quarter million in Crazy Canuck Cash
Actually, i believe you guys have a higher value dollar now
Haha Nahh.....just add like 50bucks to the price. Unless its a firearm, then I swear they add a extra 100.00$ just to be dillholes.

But I'm no to sure about our dollar value.
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Craziest thing, I found on of those duraseal spinners not to far from me and it's only 19.99 before tax and shipping.
Might grab it next pay or the pay after pending on what happens.

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That's not bad.
Btw, I used to work at Wal-Mart, many moons ago. Up until we had an arse of an assistant manager, i rather enjoyed working with the company.

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Btw, I used to work at Wal-Mart, many moons ago. Up until we had an arse of an assistant manager, i rather enjoyed working with the company.
Woah....thought you'd of been asleep haha
Bu no, it's really not to bad at all. Just might grab that after getting a second (possible third if the crossman doesn't work out) for my rifle or my girls. Not sure wich the crossman is going with yet.

But Walmart isn't that bad of a ace to work, just wishing they hasn't chopped my hours so bad. I really enjoy the people I work with, also like the 10% off anything in the store factor too.
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I recently picked up a target with two round metal plates mounted to swing around a frame and was quite disappointed when i read on the package (after getting home ) that it was not for .22's or BB's or Pellets or other light ammo. It works fine with the .357 & .38spl and the .45 and the 9mm. I think it was about $30 at Gander Mountain. edit: http://www.gandermountain.com/modperl/product/details.cgi?i=402871&pdesc=Birchwood_Casey_Double_ Mag_Spinner_Target&str=targets&merchID=4005

They had some others for the rimfire fun.

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