Thread: steel plates
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Old October 4, 2012, 04:30 PM   #18
rclark
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There is always those plastic reseal targets. Shaped like gophers and such. For target shooting I wouldn't use .357mag anyway. Load down to .38s would be much better. BTW we practice hip shooting at around 10-25 yards on steel no problem. The steel is leaning forward however so lead is send to ground (if you hit the plate that is ) . Another type of target is barbeque briquets which fly apart when hit....
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