Home-made reactive target
Here’s an idea to make shooting spinner targets a bit more fun and challenging.
I bought a tin of .22 short blanks, drilled a 5.5 millimetre hole in my spinner target and then pushed the blank into the hole. A bit of Sellotape over the top to stop the blank from dropping out, and there you have it –a homemade reactive target. ANDY WALKER Hello Andy What a very simple idea, well done! It seems noisy targets are all the rage today as you’ll see if you turn to page 50 where I write a review of the new Barrage Boards from Armex. I have a question. Do the blanks fly out as they explode? I friend was telling me the other day that he and a friend made exploding targets years ago and they ended up with bits of shrapnel flying past their ears so they stopped doing it. I trust you’re wearing proper eye protection and are not too close to the target so that you’re safe while having fun. Ed.
You can’t beat a bit of DIY fun!