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Air Venturi Airgun Slynger Metal Silhouette Targets
Official rules and match information can be found at these governing organizations: International Metallic Silhouette Shooting Union (IMSSU): www.imssu.org National Rifle Association (NRA): www.nra.org
International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association (IHMSA): www.ihmsa.org
Official Airgun Slynger web site: http://www.airgunslynger.com/
National annual Airgun Slynger competitions held at Pyramyd Air Cup
*These airgun silhouette targets are 1/10 the size of big bore silhouette targets, and are traceable to NRA's Full Scale Standards for Steel Silhouette Targets.
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Things I liked: These are Heavy Duty metal targets, and they give a pleasing 'ping' sound when hit. I used a Dremel tool to drill a small hole in each target, and with wire suspended each target from a metal bar pushed in the ground creating swinging targets.
What others should know: This allows the shooter to continue shooting, rather than having to stop and reset each target after knocking it over
Things I liked: These are pretty hefty and have added variety to my targets downrange. I don't shoot extremely powerful air rifles, so I expect these will last me a lifetime with an occasional clean up and repaint. Their construction also lends them well to being used for custom target construction.
Things I would have changed: These aren't going to magically repaint themselves, so there's really nothing you can change with these.
What others should know: Tack these on to your next big order, they are a lot of fun to shoot. I got mine for the price of shipping with the Backyard Brawl promotion and will buy more the next time I place an order.
Things I liked: Entertainment for hours. Fun and challenging to shoot.
Things I would have changed: None
What others should know: Get some!
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How far away should each target be placed? Since they are 1/10 scale does that mean 1/10 full size distance?
You can set them at whatever distances you like, but at the Pyramyd Cup Gunslynger competition, the distances are chickens at 10 yards, pigs at 25, Turkey at 40 and rams at 55.
Will these stand up to 22 Mrod?
What power level are these targets designed for?
I've seen them stand up to 45 FPE