The Kinds of Targets to Use
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The Kinds of Targets to Use

The Kinds of Targets to Use




      

The Kinds of Targets to Use


The Kinds of Targets to Use

There are several kinds of targets, and these come under two general heads, which are (1) fixed targets and (2) moving targets. Whichever kind you use you can buy them cheaper than you can make them.

There are two kinds of fixed targets in general use, and these are (a) flat, disks of iron and (&) those made of paper, A plain, round iron target for .22-caliber cartridges can be bought for about $2.50, and a larger one having a 12-inch disk with a bell back of the bullseye and a bird on top of it, can be had for $4.00.

When you fail to make a bullseye the bullet makes a black mark on the target and these marks can be painted out with some white paint. The advantage of an iron target is that it can be used over and over and the only trouble with it is that a bullet sometimes glances off.

Paper targets are the best kind for you to use, for they are both safe and cheap. You can buy them in sizes made for ranges of various lengths from 25 yards up to 200 yards. The right kind of a target is made of heavy glazed paper, and for a 25-yard range the official size is 5 inches in diameter with a 4-inch bullseye; for 50 yards it has a diameter of 10 inches and a bullseye of 2 inches, and for 100 yards it has a diameter of 20 inches and a bullseye of 4 inches.

The targets are to be glued or tacked on to a bullet catcher and this can be done with Le Page's, or any other good glue, or by means of thumb tacks.

Collins, A. Frederick. Shooting, for Boys,. New York: Moffat, Yard and, 1917. Print.

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