More home­made tar­gets

Air Gunner - - Airgun Guru -

air­gun com­mu­nity. I’m sure you’ll put the cam­era to good use, and the Featherstone Rovers can en­joy the sat­is­fac­tion of know­ing that they’re help­ing the red squir­rels to sur­vive in beau­ti­ful Cum­bria. Ed. Hav­ing just fin­ished read­ing last month’s Air Gun­ner magazine from cover to cover, and now hav­ing re­ceived my Air­gun World magazine through the post, I thought I would re­ply to your re­quest to send in pic­tures of the many tar­gets I’ve made from old scrap, mainly from my garage. The wife says I spend more time in that garage than I spend with her, which is non­sense - please do not ask her!. Des Fox

Hello Des, That cer­tainly packs a lot into a small space and I re­ally like the fact that it’s so eas­ily por­ta­ble. I un­der­stand why you added car­pet to the face to re­duce the noise of pel­let im­pacts, but I won­der what your neigh­bours make of the ring­ing bell? Ed.

It’s amaz­ing what you can make from scrap and some time Note the sup­port­ing leg and the bell at the top

Jerry Moss was deeply touched by this gift to sup­port his work

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