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My new target idea.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by hairyarms, Mar 12, 2014.

  1. hairyarms

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    Heres a picture of my new target.For most of my working life i have been a metal basher and i have made every sort of target you can think of,but this is my favourite.Its got 3 discs welded at different angles so when its shot it jumps and always lands with a disc facing you.Its great fun but you get some wicked ricochets so you have to be careful with it! SAM_1045.jpg
     
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    Have seen these before and they look great fun,just put it on grass and shoot away
     
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    ps how much would they be ?

    aye a few of them on the grass would be quite fun :D........best make sure of the "back area" tho as ya say mate
     
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    He doesn't look too happy at being your new target. Can't you wrap an old blanket around your sister instead?/:D
     
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    It's not the spaniel then!!!!
    atb Paul.
     
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    If he carries on chewing my Daughters school shoes up he might be!
     
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    Hello mate I put one on teabay just to see if anyone wants one,but I don't think I will do anymore they are great fun but a bit risky in the garden.(especially with a cocker spaniel puppy running about!) I liked the look of those duraseal ones that the Americans shoot at and thought nobody has made one for an air rifle.
     
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    Great idea Micah! Had a pop at it at the club. Keep up the good work.
     
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    Cracking idea
     
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    How did you get a spaniel to keep still long enough for a photo.
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    He is not chewing them up, he is making them nice and soft for her feet.
     
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    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    He welds things, did you not read that?
     
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    i like the look of em i,d buy at least 3 ....as long as the price didnt have me hand going "too" deep ;)...i think they,d be ace for messin about with on land you know the area of, when or if the boredom factor sets in,an you realise,b****r alls coming to play, chuck em out, and blow some air innit :cool:
     
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    Same idea as the medieval Caltrop that was used to stop cavalry charges, a 3 sided spike that always had one side sticking up!
     
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    Told him he is booked in for the vets next Tuesday for his operation...........:eek:
     
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    $T2eC16RHJIQE9qUHsjWjBRwJkGClWQ~~60_58.jpg
    You mean like this, somebody called it a caltrop I had never heard of one!
     
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    l thought they were called pellet tins. :p
     
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    thats quality shall be making some thanks for sharing
     

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