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Daisy Shoot-N-C Self-Adhesive Airgun Targets

Daisy Shoot-N-C Self-Adhesive Airgun Targets

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PY-A-314

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Each hit on your Shoot-N-C target explodes in bright color, so you know exactly where you hit! And the adhesive backing lets you quickly and easily place targets over existing targets or on any penetrable backdrop. Use indoors or out! Shoot-N-C targets make airgun shooting fun and exciting.

Pack includes 60 1" targets, 30 2" targets and 20 3" targets.


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Item Code: DY-5835 [PY-A-314]

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By Jim from USA on 2016-01-01
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Things I liked: size...good to use with copied targets.

Things I would have changed: ///????

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By Michael from USA on 2015-10-13
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Things I liked: Great stick up targets for all your air gun pleasure.

Things I would have changed: Good to go as is.

What others should know: You can never have too many targets. Let your inner kid out to enjoy.

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By Jared from USA on 2015-10-06
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Things I liked: Flexibility in target arrangement and location, and visibility of shots taken.

Things I would have changed: I guess, dropping the price would be the only thing I can think of to change. Not that they are overly pricey.

What others should know: Stick great to cardboard as target "inserts" in my pellet trap. Don't recommend sticking on paper. Have not tried using on wood, but have found it's easier to cover existing "stick-ons" than to remove them.

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