Tri-City Gun Club

Targets And Barriers for PP/3G Update

  • 04/23/2019 11:38 AM
    Reply # 7299974 on 6096952
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  • 04/12/2018 2:36 PM
    Message # 6096952

    Tanner scored us 15 of the plastic blue barrels at $10.00 each...which is about half of what they run on Craigslist..and without scary people showing up at your house.

    We used them at the last PP match, and Shawn has determined they're not bullet proof.  :)

    At this time, we're looking into self-healing "rubber" targets to use on Bay #1, as Pistol on Steel is not permitted there.

    We've experimented with a 6" target mounted onto a section of 2x4 and it worked quite well, though somewhat prone to blow over if very windy. We can't make the block any bigger as then we'd have an issue of the target not wanting to fall over.

    We may purchase an 8" target and experiment on it as well.

    We realize that hollow point and semi-wadcutters are harder on this type of target than round nose, but we'll still get a lot of use out of one before having to replace.

    We're getting ready to make three more barriers to use as "hard cover," and those should be ready by May's PP match.

    We're also repairing/building more stands for the cardboard targets so we can have more paper to shoot at with both matches.


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