Engage at an angle, wear real shooting glasses, monitor your plates for pitting. Consider having plates at different distances if possible, closer for pistol rounds and then further for hotter calibers or rifle rounds. So many different factors come into play with this scenario, just be careful. IMO steel is better for combat accuracy, paper is better for bullseye practice. I want to know instantly if I hit my target without slowing down to check the paper or having to go back later.
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