dealsbirchwood casey: super mag & double mag spinner…

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Not everyone can have a backyard range like Hickok45. But, now you can step up your plinking game with these spinning targets. (Tennessee Titans t-shirt, southern drawl, and Glock cap not included)

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No centerfire rifle or .22 rimfire?

- Can someone clarify why no .22 rimfire? Those things might not even move this target.

- Also, no centerfire rifles? Is this a safety thing or a "just because you'll put a hole in it" type of thing? Is there a huge difference in muzzle velocity from rifle to handgun?

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@britt726: I am guessing that the prohibited ammo will either ricochet or puncture the target. Either way, not a good thing. They do specify 'softnosed' bullets on the website.

My backyard range is national forest, so no need for this, but a good deal nonetheless.

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@britt726: We believe that what zippy the pinhead said is correct; the .22 probably has a chance of ricochet because it will not spin the target and the higher powered rifles would damage the target (rifle rounds travel at a much higher velocity).