A couple weeks ago, I was shooting a row of clay pigeons off of my back deck at 40 yards with a buckmark. That was fun, but I have no pics of that setup (they were in the snow after I stomped down a bunch of it so they would sit up on it).
I mostly shoot at paper targets at my range. Because my land is mostly forested and a bit hilly, I am limited to about 200m as far as range distance goes - which is okay I guess. I still have to wait until after the timber sale before I am able to shoot that far because some of the trees are in the way between the 200y and 200m distance.
A pic of my old 25, 50 and 100 yard range:
The great thing about that old range is that it was essentially right off of my back porch, but I have sense changed the range location when I surveyed a better area "out back" that only required the removal of a few trees - The timber sale will create a road right to the range, so when friends come over, there will be easy access - and it won't be bothering their wives which some of them will likely be having coffee with my wife...Cool!
The new range (at the 100 yard line - a sight in and scope/ammo testing bench helps speed things up):
At the 200y line:
At the 50y line: (common comp. distances from 20'+ have been marked).
Other things I shoot at are: bald face hornets (when I happen to see them land on a plant, etc. - I don't shoot the nests), Necco wafers, I have purchased some racketballs and hung them on some strings and tied the strings to tree branches and shot them - but sometimes they don't swing much when there is a "hit" - but they do leave a mark on the surface.
I was thinking about building some targets, but not set on a design yet. I've got all kinds of steel and a welder at hand - just haven't come up with what I want yet. I'd like to have a pair of targets at say 20 and 40 yards so I can shoot them right off of the porch.
My favorite thing however is to shoot at however are these:
Because of this:
Best food in the woods if you ask me! :-)
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