Shooting steel

Shooting steel

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    Shooting steel

    I am a big fan of steel targets. I came across a relatively new target company that has some interesting targets that are reasonably priced. I've been shooting Action Targets for a few years, but these Challenge Targets are a great value and have the capability of being reactive.

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    What distance were you shooting at? Didn't see on a quick scan of their website what the minimum recommended range was.

    Thanks for the review! Looks very interesting.
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    Those targets look really cool. They might be something we can use at our club. Where can you get them and of course how much are they. I also see you are in Indiana. What part. Im in the northern part of the state. I like your vids on youtube also good stuff.

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    I've been using the steel targets from Academy but they don't last very long against 5.56. (Yes, I KNOW they aren't designed to be shot with 5.56) it would be nice to get some targets that can stand up to that abuse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NC Bullseye View Post
    What distance were you shooting at? Didn't see on a quick scan of their website what the minimum recommended range was.

    Thanks for the review! Looks very interesting.
    I was at 7 yards to 10 yards. I don't usually get much closer than 7 yards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sixgun View Post
    Those targets look really cool. They might be something we can use at our club. Where can you get them and of course how much are they. I also see you are in Indiana. What part. Im in the northern part of the state. I like your vids on youtube also good stuff.
    Pricing info is in the video, $194. The URL is in the video too, but it's Challenge Targets | Home Page.

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