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So I was walking around the NWTF Sport Show on Saturday.  A company called Challenge Targets had a booth set up with a lot of their products.  They had these 8" auto-reset round plates that mount onto a 4x4.  You can either use the spring with them, so they auto reset, or take it out and they become just a knock over plate.  They were selling a kit so you got three 8" plates with a hanging gong and brackets so you can make a saw horse to hold everything up.  Seemed kinda cool so I ordered a kit.  Now I just have to wait for them to come in so I can go shoot some steel instead of paper.

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1 hour ago, Omega said:

I like those, let us know how the attaching points hold up.  I just ordered some hangers to hang plates between t-posts, they are fairly easy to setup except the t-posts which will stay put.  

https://shootingtargets7.com/accessories/target-stands/st7-t-post-hooks.html

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I like those t-post hangers. 

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I hung mine on a old metal clothesline T post...I cut up some pieces of old dog chain I had laying around for the hangers.. :)

Excuse the pic, just walked out back and snapped it with my pistol light for the light lol :devil:

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Finally found time to try out my new steel targets after a little turkey hunting. 

Hearing the ding is a lot more satisfying than punching holes in paper. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, KahrMan said:

Finally found time to try out my new steel targets after a little turkey hunting. 

Hearing the ding is a lot more satisfying than punching holes in paper.

I like the reset speed of the target. I thought they would snap back up, but it almost makes it look like a machine is pushing them back up. How much were they?

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1 hour ago, macville said:

I like the reset speed of the target. I thought they would snap back up, but it almost makes it look like a machine is pushing them back up. How much were they?

The set of three auto reset gongs runs $200.  I bought them at the NWTF convention when they were running a special.  If you look closely you can see two straps hanging down from he 4x4.  There is another gong that hangs there but I have not put it on yet.

 

https://www.challengetargets.com/product/ARP-80055-H-3PK.html

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