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Old 02-11-2010, 05:49 AM   #1
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Guys...title says it all. I'm looking foward to buy some used, inexpensive mannequins to use for realistic training. Anybody happens to know where I can get them? I look online but they are spendy$$. LINKS will be awesome. Price range no more than $50.

Hope you can help me brothers.
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Old 02-11-2010, 11:22 AM   #2
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Christian ministries down the road has some but I don't want to know what it costs to ship them. They're really heavy. If you find one under $50 you better jump on it.

My mother in law was shopping for one for a while which is how I know this.

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An affordable, lightweight, and multiuse alternative.....

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See, there is an economical solution. I was gonna suggest the Real Doll, but I hear she is a tad pricey.

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An affordable, lightweight, and multiuse alternative.....
argh you beat me to it
not as many "options" as I would like but it should suffice
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Benny could sell you a few of his "USED" ones cheap.
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An affordable, lightweight, and multiuse alternative.....
Well the OP never did say what kind of training he needed it for.
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Guys...titlle says it all. I'm looking foward to buy some used, inexpensive mannequins to use for realistic training. Anybody happens to know where I can get them? I look online but they are spendy$$. LINKS will be awesome. Price range no more than $50.

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Try this. Don't know if you'll get the right effect as they will most likely shatter when you shoot them. Ballistic gel formed to represent a torso would be more realistic but a lot of work to mix and mold.

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Try a store that is going out of business or your local "used junk" dealer.

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Ok. Im gonna start running indoor pistol matches on my local community and possibly 3 gun matches on a monthly basis. I want mannequins for a more realistic scenarios. Not to be shot at but for victim simulation. I want to incorporate defensive shooting and first responder emergency rescue for civilians. Just basic stuff. I want to encourage my community to seek knowledge and to learn other things other than shooting a gun. Targets will be standard IDPA.
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