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    Email confirmation.... Pop-N-Glo's were just delivered!

    Just a few days ago I ordered the 200 pack of Pop-N-Glo's and they were delivered to my house already.
    I am looking forward to hitting the range this weekend and giving them a try.
    I will report back with my findings.
    Thanks for the fast service.

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    Thats a lot of targets for closeup i just use printer paper but at 25yards or more they cam make it easier to see hits
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    I guess I'm pretty cheap. 9 inch paper plates are .02 each. Get 'em 1000 at a time.

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    Maybe you guys have better vision than I do but I find these types of targets much more enjoyable to shoot and add to the range experience no matter the distance that I am shooting.
    I hope I purchased enough to get me through the weekend. :)

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    Xmeter, I'm not sure how far you're shooting, but if you staple a white paper plate to a piece of cardboard and shoot it you get distinct black-on-white, high contrast feedback. I don't want to sound condescending, but if you can't see the holes you make at 21 feet (typical defensive shooting range) on such a target, your eyesight must be pretty severely impared.

    If that's the case, I'm truly sorry for you, and hope these work out to enable you to shoot.

    If it's just a case of "I like dayglo splashes", more power to ya! I hope you enjoy it. I don't think they'll be any easier to see than my option, but sometimes you can't put a price tag on enjoyment!

    For me, the extra cash spent on the target would quickly rob me of the fun of pretty colors. I told ya...I'm cheap.

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    Just got back from the range and trying out my new targets.
    I ended up taping the entire 12'' target to the cardboard and sending it down range. When the target had seen enough action I then peeled one of the 8'' off it's backer and centered it back on the 12'' and continued. It worked out very well. It didn't matter what caliber I was shooting as they worked just as well with my .22 as they did with my .45.
    I taped the 12'' to the target instead of peeling it off and sticking it on because that way I had the black circles in the corners as targets also.
    I do wear glasses but my eyesight with them is quite good and I would still rather shoot at something like this rather than the ones that I was just printing off myself. Like I stated earlier, I believe it adds to the range experience for me. Everybody is different.
    I am fortunate enough to be at the point in my life that I have enough discretionary income to splurge a bit on myself..... and I seem to like the ''dayglo splashes''

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