Thu, Jun 21, 2007, 8:11pm (EDT+4) email@example.com
(badger.badger) doth sayeth:
Actually a lot of English field target is shot on very PC spinner discs,
animal outlines being considered unacceptable, human, even cartoon,
outlines being banned by law for 'civilian' shooters!
My my, ten I guess the English bloke who made the Yosemite Sam
field target was a naughty bugger, wasn't he? LMAO More likely some US
Air Force type stationed over there, because the club was definitely in
Yeah, I did see some of those non-animal type field targets on he
U.K. sites, but also saw plenty of bird and anmal field targets too -
rat, starlin, etc.
I have no knowledge of the U.K. rules on what type of figures are,
or are not, allowed. The nice thing about the feld target plans is, you
can make any type of figure you want. I do know there is a very
long-time British presence in Thailand, so if you want to see pictures
of some of their targets, just scrol down to fild target and click, then
scroll down to the pictures.
Me, I've got a whole load of target links saved, bullseye targets,
animals, birds, Clinton. LMAO
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