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Old 02-13-2013, 12:11 AM   #1
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Mine are 2 liters. Because that's what I have on hand. What's yours?

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Old 02-13-2013, 12:13 AM   #2
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Aluminum cans first, clay pigeons next, and finally Necco Wafers.

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Paper, coffee cans (frozen water) and steel plate.

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Anything from plastic water bottles to coke cans. Sometimes golf balls.

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I need some ideas on swinging targets. Other than steel plates. I don't have any steel nor do I want to pay for it. I need easy stuff.

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Living in the communist state of Northern Virginia, mostly paper...

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My favorite.

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Ice, really let's you know when you hit and you don't have to clean it up

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I'll shoot at about anything. Mints, Necko's put on a board. Saltines are pretty cool and it's the mosit fun way to feed birds I"ve ever seen. WE've even done asprins but those tihngs arwe pretty hard to hit. I got on a kick some years back with hitting golf balls at 50 yds with a 9mm. Man those things will really take off when you hit them good. The small 22 ammo boxes work pretty good. I bought a dozen bowling pins years ago that I still have some left to shoot at.

I got a couple of the Do-All self sealing targets that have been a real blast to shoot at. Just don't use HPs on them. I hang them on strings or just let them skip around on the ground making for a target that moves around so you have to reacquire every shot.

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One year in Kentucky we were shooting at gallon milk jugs filled with water. When they were emptied of water, those things went flying, too.

I mostly shoot paper but I like the challenge of anything. I had great fun shooting a watermelon, milk jugs, balloons. I want to try eggs and grapes.

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