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      Well read the title. What are yours? Mine is a tie between spinning steel targets or exploding targets such as tannerite or tetryl. Spinning targets are so fun when you are shooting with friends because you can see who keeps their targets spinning faster. Exploding targets are cool too, but are very expensive. I make them myself because it's so much cheaper to buy the chemicals and mix them yourself.

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      Pepper poppers!

      (Especially the self-resetting kind.)
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      +1 on the pepper poppers!!! Bang and clang baby!!!

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      Exploding targets are cool too................... I make them myself

      Hummmmmm...........

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      +1 JW. Hummmmm!!

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      Weeeellll ,were back to blowing up the house again..........

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      Quote Originally Posted by Maser View Post
      Exploding targets are cool too, but are very expensive. I make them myself because it's so much cheaper to buy the chemicals and mix them yourself.
      Hmmmm indeed. Care to share the recipe for those of us who haven't outgrown our childhood fascination with blowing stuff up? How powerful are we talking here? This doesn't involve peroxide and acetone does it? Would the range officer call the FBI and ATF on me :smt103 :smt103

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      I have several different reactive steel targets I've made. Clay targets work well too, and so do AOL Cd's.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 2400 View Post
      IClay targets work well too, and so do AOL Cd's.
      Man, I've been wondering what to do with those things. If I'd kept all of them, I'd have a whole closet full.

      :smt072 :smt072 :smt072

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
      Man, I've been wondering what to do with those things. If I'd kept all of them, I'd have a whole closet full.

      :smt072 :smt072 :smt072

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      You would have a closet full of clay pigeons?

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      rap and hiphop cd's work great also again it is the only thing they are good for

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      Quote Originally Posted by 2400 View Post
      You would have a closet full of clay pigeons?
      No, we'd eat the pidgeons

      AOL likes to bombard us with their wonderful CD's

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man
      No, we'd eat the pidgeons

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      Got any good recipe's? I've tried broiled, boiled, fried,
      BBQ and they're still tough and chewy.

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      Quote Originally Posted by 2400 View Post
      Got any good recipe's? I've tried broiled, boiled, fried,
      BBQ and they're still tough and chewy.
      Grind 'em with the butt of a 12 ga. Then let 'em soak overnight in your bbq sauce. Spread liberally on mourning dove. Pick the pieces out of your teeth with toothpicks.



      See the dentist the next day.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
      Grind 'em with the butt of a 12 ga. Then let 'em soak overnight in your bbq sauce. Spread liberally on mourning dove. Pick the pieces out of your teeth with toothpicks.



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      Steel toothpicks?

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      Quote Originally Posted by 2400 View Post
      Steel toothpicks?
      Natch!

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      Quote Originally Posted by 2400 View Post
      Steel toothpicks?
      I keep a sharpened ar15 firing pin for just such occassions

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      Quote Originally Posted by tony pasley View Post
      rap and hiphop cd's work great also again it is the only thing they are good for


      +1 on that!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by tony pasley View Post
      rap and hiphop cd's work great also again it is the only thing they are good for
      ~ PLUS TWO on that... !!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
      AOL likes to bombard us with their wonderful CD's

      LOL those are fun to shoot too.

      Oh yeah as far as my recipe for exploding targets goes, I will never tell you my recipe because it's custom and secret, but I will tell you the basic tannerite formula.
      1 part aluminum powder + 9 parts ammonium nitrate.

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