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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2008 7:28 am 
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Thanks rvd..... I must have at least 30 on hand...LOL.... :lol:

Here's one more that got finished yesterday.....

KZ 1-1/2" that will accept reducers.....
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These targets are becoming works of art. Simply amazing!

The reducer could be the scale size for a hockey puck.

Some evil thoughts went into the placement of that kill zone as well. :twisted:

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Mac wrote:
These targets are becoming works of art. Simply amazing!

The reducer could be the scale size for a hockey puck.

Some evil thoughts went into the placement of that kill zone as well. :twisted:

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Thanks!....
Yes, there were some twisted thoughts crossing my mind when setting that KZ off to the side....LOL.... :twisted: :lol:


Here's another FT that just got painted.....

The FT Dino....
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Where can I buy or learn to build these field targets? How much do they cost and how available are they?


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Parker_101_ wrote:
Thanks rvd..... I must have at least 30 on hand...LOL.... :lol:

Here's one more that got finished yesterday.....

KZ 1-1/2" that will accept reducers.....
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awesome :supz:

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Thanks RedHornet.....
The fellow who got this target requested the stripes on his shirt be painted white and a crest be added to the jersey.....
Forgot to get pics before sending that FT off... :oops:

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Parker_101_ wrote:
Thanks sniper....

Here's the latest targets finished up....
Kill Zones are 1-1/2" to accept reducers if needed....
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Brilliant!
Even better than how I imagined they might look


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Thanks for sharing your ideas tootall...
It was months after I had cut out those profiles for the monkeys that Keyrigger drew up the paint scheme....
These targets have been tested, but have yet to see the light of day out on a course of fire....
Hope Spring arrives early this year....

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Love to shoot the energizer bunny,but how about Barnie.That I would pay for in a heartbeat.You do some great work,how much to make.Drop me a line I'd love to get one if you can.Topher

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I never did get a shot off at the Energetic rabbit....LOL

Here are a couple more FT's added to the collection....
FTfieldmouse001
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The woodpecker was made to function side mounted ... example would be mounted to the side of a tree, log or post...
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Nice job on the woodpecker....I'm gonna have to get me one of those this spring!


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Wow, those are too nice for my shakey self to shoot at. :)

Where can a guy find dimensions/plans for the business end of those targets?


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Wow, those are too nice for my shakey self to shoot at. :)

Where can a guy find dimensions/plans for the business end of those targets?


I'm lucky enough to have one of those woodpecker targets, it's a hoot to use, as is all of their other targets.

I know Keyrigger and Parker have spent a tonne of time developing these targets, it's not as simple as following plans, each one must be 'tuned' so it works consistently across the range of power settings used in FT.

If it was as simple as following a plan, there would be a heck of a lot more than the small handful who sell FT targets in North America!

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rick'o'shea wrote:
Wow, those are too nice for my shakey self to shoot at. :)

Where can a guy find dimensions/plans for the business end of those targets?


I'm lucky enough to have one of those woodpecker targets, it's a hoot to use, as is all of their other targets.

I know Keyrigger and Parker have spent a tonne of time developing these targets, it's not as simple as following plans, each one must be 'tuned' so it works consistently across the range of power settings used in FT.

If it was as simple as following a plan, there would be a heck of a lot more than the small handful who sell FT targets in North America!


As mentioned by pirellip ,individual FT's do get tuned to work as they should...
Here's a link for the DIY's that are looking for simple to make knockdown target....
Make Your Own Field Target

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theres only a few manufacturers that make FT targets cause there isn't much demand for it.. It's not that big of a sport.. It's not because the targets are that complicated..

rick o shea, check your pm's..


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