I set them up on end and they go flying when hit. A old friend of mine use to shoot 410 shells with a 22.You got me. I've only used them on the giving end, not the receiving end.
What do you do, stand them up on a board or bounce them along the ground?
LOL, yeah, get that disclaimer in there :wink:I set them up on end and they go flying when hit. A old friend of mine use to shoot 410 shells with a 22.
But he couldn't hit a **** in a tree to save his life.
I guess i should add they are already SHOT from a shot gun.
My first .22.I shoot them regularly enough at 25 yrds with the Marlin 39a when I'm at the public range where I can bench the gun.
I'd give up the Browning takedown and 10-22 before I ever let loose of my 39A.My first .22.
I still remember standing at the gravel pit with my father and him tossing those glass cigar tubes that El Producto Queens came in into the water and me shooting them. It was more like a huge puddle I guess and the angle down was steep, so no worries that way if anyone was wondering. Just littering I guess :redface:
Hey, it was the seventies.