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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 11:48 pm 
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i use this one alot when I warmup befre i go hunting but i have a really big folder so of targets so i will post alot anothertime

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Here is a good target:
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Or this one:
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http://www.crowbusters.com/images/crowtarget.bmp


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...i really hope you guys have a sense of humor.

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Anyone tried using paintballs for targets?


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Yes I have they make a great target to work at hitting. Marshmellows work well in the winter stuck on tree branches at whatever yardage you choose.

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 Post subject: Re paintballs
PostPosted: Sun Mar 19, 2006 4:30 pm 
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Well I tried shooting some paintballs. I had them all lined up and stuck on toothpicks in a small box with a piece of saran wrap over it just to keep the mess in ( too chilly to shoot outdoors). It was quite satisfying to watch them explode but the smell was not what I had expected. Did I get a bad batch or do they all stink? I have a whole bottle of these things and I think they will be put away untill I can use them outside.


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Tihs was all i had time to build.
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DAMAGE I like your setup.
It's given me an idea for my own indoor targets.


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Glad to here Jester let me know how it comes out

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 Post subject: Crome'll getcha Home!
PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2006 1:37 pm 
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Here is my pellet trap and my gun.

6" exhaust pipe stuffed into a coffee can and filled with sand, works like a darn and got the bling bling too...

The setup I have in the pics is 3/4" holes in cardboard wrapped in aluminum foil. Aim for the air means I don't have to change the target so often ( only if I miss too much).

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nice trap, and nice gun :D


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Ardneh....dude! Your target is simple, and sweet!


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Thanks guys. It was fun to think of. I had a dillema till I noticed a coffee tin lying around...


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Some of my targets, I especially enjoy shooting all those aol cds & other useless cd's companies keep sending me. 8)

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