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Old February 19th, 2020, 11:50 AM #11
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Ritz crackers also biodegradable.
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Old February 19th, 2020, 11:56 AM #12
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Man, I need to find some property to shoot on. I’m stuck with paper when I go with my dad. Steel is fun when I go to peacemaker. All these games sound fun tho.
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my one bil has a 375 h&h magnum. so, we went water buffalo hunting! set up a series of milk jugs filled with water, from 100yds all the way to 15yds or so. we shoot from far to near to simulate the buffalo charging.
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Like the eggs...golf balls or tennis balls hanging from strings is a fun shoot. Hit one dead on and it winds around the board it's tied to, hit it again and sometimes it unwinds.
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My sons and I finish up range trips with the 5 shot $5 challenge. The best 5 shot group from 25 yards with a 22 wins $5. Sometimes they let me win.
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There are two sides of the shooting equation. Have you thought about what position you are shooting from. Practice your positional shooting skills at these targets (Off hand, sitting, kneeling, etc.) Try shooting off different barricades or objects like a ladder, a bucket, or build yourself a tank trap. Get yourself off the bench.

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Man, I need to find some property to shoot on. Iím stuck with paper when I go with my dad. Steel is fun when I go to peacemaker. All these games sound fun tho.
Plenty of shooting target games out there. I've seen battleship, darts, etc at different retailers over the years.
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how do you tell the nail is all the way into the wood?
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Man, I need to find some property to shoot on. Iím stuck with paper when I go with my dad. Steel is fun when I go to peacemaker. All these games sound fun tho.


Depends upon where you shoot. Youíre allowed to shoot fruit/eggs/milk jugs with water, etc. at AGC as long as you clean up your stuff afterwords.
I shoot Necco wafers all of the time there with a .22


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Melnic when head of nail is flush with board,consider it driven.😊
I like the game of shooting coins, that will definetlly be part of our April trip. I can see us trying to hit them at 200í with our ar 10ís.
Animal cracker safari, now that sounds challangeing and can see us taking it to a new level with our 308ís at 2-300 yards.

Keep the games coming. Love to hear what others do for fun at the range👍
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