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    1. thescoutranch

      WTS Stainless Steel Metal Targets (Georgetown)

      Perfect for your range or target shooting. I have some extra SS doors from some safe Deposit boxes. These have 2-3 drilled and tapped holes for hanging or you can use the 2 lock holes for a hanging strap. (Broken locks and vault #’s are removed) 10.5”x10.5” - 3/8” thick doors (3) available...
    2. rednekked


      I think I might like a bipod to mount on my .22s. They have sling studs on the forearm – so mounting should be easy. I looked on EBay, Amazon and Midway USA. The prices are all over the place! What Id like to know – is a $100 bipod 5 times better than a $20 bipod? I’ll only use it to shoot at...
    3. R

      Steel targets

      Been wanting to pick up some steel targets for a while now but never got a chance to doing so. These are the two that I have narrowed it down to. From Chris Costa's facebook I got this link STEEL TARGETS Info: The AR 500 (brinell hardness of at least 495) plate floats inside of the carrier...
    4. Fortitude88

      Using Blemished Bullets for Range Practice - Safe, Accurate?

      Looking to buy some ammunition from but the product is listed as 'blemished'. I did some reading online - and for gun ranges (up to 500 yards), blemished ammunition seems to be OK to use. Can anyone weigh in on this? Are they safe to fire, moderately accurate? Thanks.
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