Re: Target view at long distances
A suspended steel target painted white seems to be the prefered meathod.
You can spot hits by seeing movement upon impact
by seeing impact zone-bullet splatter on white painted steel is way easier to see than a small hole in plywood.
and finally, depending on hearing protection, theres the audible ''clank'' sound.
Plus the suspended taeget tends to gobble up alot of bullet energy vs. a ridged steel target, so (depending on shot placement) translates into a more effective way of deflecting bullets-whats left of them- downward in a more predictable safe direction.
Thats my thoughts annyway.
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